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Ethiopiques Volume 15 – Jump To Addis
CD (Item 618728) Buda (France), 2003 — Condition: Used
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A wonderful testament to the strength of Ethiopian music in the face of hardship – most recently, that of war, economic collapse, AIDS, and other factors that have all impinged upon the forces that help foster the nation's music scene. Swinging Addis may be no more, but the work on this CD ... CD
One of the rootsier CDs in the Ethiopiques series – a set of work from the Konso subculture, mostly spare numbers performed on the kihayta, a really haunting stringed instrument that's vaguely like the lyre. Most of the tracks feature the kihayta, along with vocal and percussive ... CD
The 9th volume in this incredible series – and they're still going strong! The groove here is a mixture of funky tunes and more jazz-driven numbers – wonderful work from Ethiopia in the early 70s, with a range of influences that's incredibly hard to describe. There's bits of James ... CD
An amazingly great set from Either/Orchestra – easily their finest album ever, and a wicked batch of Ethiopian funk! The set's a very faithful homage to the best Ethiopian styles of the 70s – with lots of echoes of the generation of Mulatu, who also makes a guest appearance himself on ... CD
An awe-inspiring mother lode of classic Guinean grooves from one of Africa's greatest bands! Senegal's Orchestra Baobab have become the media favorite of Africa's golden era, but it only takes one spin of this fabulous anthology to realize that Bembeya Jazz National were as good as any band the ... CD
One of the coolest Afro Funk groups of the 70s – and an outfit who definitely earn the "poly rhythmic" in their name! TP Orchestre have a jagged, jaunty sound that's totally great – really playfully rhythmic, in a way that breaks from the mold of most of their 70s ... CD
One of the most wonderful collaborations we've heard in the Ethiopiques series so far – a set that mixes instrumentation from a cool French combo with vocals from Ethiopian singer Etenesh Wassie! Le Tigre have a groove that's rooted in jazz, driven by some rockish energy, and focused into ... CD
2 of Fela's rarest from the 70's, out now on one Japanese CD! Tight funky African grooves, spread out over 4 long classics – "Zombie", "Mr. Follow Follow", "Na Poi", and "You No Go Die Unless You Want Die". "Na Poi" is one of the sexiest ... CD
Great stuff! This killer set pairs I.T.T., one of Fela's most memorable 70's albums, with the harder to find Opposite People set. Both albums are great, and they've got prime choppy Afro-funk grooves from the master of the genre! We almost never see these on vinyl, and although the CD's a bit ... CD