Next Stop ... Soweto Vol. 3 Giants, Ministers and Makers Jazz in South Africa 1963-1984.
Next Stop Soweto Vol. 3 is the story of the music that survived in South Africa during this mid-‘60s to mid-‘80s era. The album features many of the recognised South African jazz greats like saxophonist Dudu Pukwana and drummer Early Mabuza, the potent soul jazz grooves of The Heshoo Beshoo Group and The Drive and some of the many artists creating unique fusions like Philip Tabane’s Malombo mixing African drums and hand percussion with guitar, vocal and flute. This is important music, a defiant statement in the face of unimaginable cultural repression.
01. MALOMBO JAZZ MAKERS – SIBATHATHU 02. ALLEN KWELA OCTET - QUESTION MARK 03. SPIRITS REJOICE – JOY 04. BATSUMI – ITUMELENG 05. MANKUNKU QUARTET – DEDICATION (TO DADDY TRANE AND BROTHER SHORTER) 06. DENNIS MPALE – ORLANDO 07. EARLY MABUZA QUARTET – LITTLE OLD MAN (MAXHEGWANA) 08. MALOMBO – SANGOMA 09. CHRIS SCHILDER QUARTET feat. MANKUNKU – SPRING 10. THE SOUL GIANTS – PINESE'S DANCE 11. THE HESHOO BESHOO GROUP – EMAKHAYA 12. THE DRIVE - HOWL 13. CHRIS McGREGOR & THE CASTLE LAGER BIG BAND – SWITCH
Firesign Theatre - Dear Friends (1972)
This set is a distillation of the Firesign Theater's 21 hour-long weekly
radio programs conceived and produced live on the air at KPFK in Los
4 years ago
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