The night is like a lovely tune Beware my foolish heart How white the ever constant moon Take care my foolish heart There's a line between love and fascination That's hard to see, how many names such as this For they both have the very same sensation When you're locked in the magic of a kiss Her lips are much too close to mine Beware my foolish heart But should our eager lips combine Then let the fire start For this time it isn't fascination Or a dream that will fade and fall apart
Staff Benda Bilili are a group of Congolese street musicians. They live around the grounds of the zoo in Kinshasa, and play music which is rooted in rumba, with elements of old-school rhythm'n'blues and reggae. The core of the band consists of four senior singers/guitarist, who all disabled (they suffered from poliomyelitis when they were young) and move around in spectacularly customized tricycles. They are backed by a younger rhythm section consisting of ex-sheges, abandoned street kids who were taken under the protection of the older members of the band. The soloist is an 18 year-old boy who plays astounding electric guitar-like solos on a one-stringed lute he designed and built himself out of a tin can. at's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.
Full marks to Wally Badarou, rarely have Egypt 80 sounded as good as they do here. The complexities of late-period Fela are handled beautifully and the sound has a striking clarity and sheen to it, with all the many elements perfectly balanced. Fela's little spoken intro (after the solos) gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. The songs themselves are growers rather than grabbers, but amply reward careful listening. Just Like That (from the same sessions?) is equally good. Give customers a reason to do business with you.
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Mr. Scruff began selling tea from a small room at the Manchester club, the Music Box, where he was resident DJ in around 2000, with the proceeds going to charity. When he started touring, Scruff took the enterprise with him and gained a reputation for being the DJ with the teashop.
Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (Drums Of Passion)(1959), often shortened toJingois a song by Babatunde Olatunji.
Planet Drum is the Grammy award winning world music album by Grateful Dead member, Mickey Hart. The concept was to play drum music with percussionists from around the world, melding their ideas and styles into a new global sound.
Abraxas is the second studio album by Latin rock band Santana. It was released on September 23, 1970 by Columbia Records and became the band's first album to reach number one in the United States
With a thick and rootsy sound, but an edge that suggests she's a Burning Spear or Mutabaruka for the 21st century, Jamaican singer and songwriter Jah9 combines reggae, dub, dancehall, jazz, and R&B with a strong sense of mysticism and spiritual awareness.
Sona Jobarteh is a unique and pioneering musical icon of her time whose renown has been rapidly flourishing globally. Born into a Griot family from the Gambia, a tradition that dates back 7 centuries, she is the first female within this tradition to become a professional virtuoso on the Kora.
Manu Dibango was an African Afrojazz musician. In the eighties he met a Western musician/producer/world enthusiest Bill Laswell. Together they put together one great global album, "Electric Africa". eresting about your business here.
Salif Keita (b. 25 August 1949), is an internationally recognized afro-pop singer and songwriter from Djoliba, Mali. He has a reputation as the "Golden Voice of Africa", he is also a descendant of the Mali Empire's founder, Sundiata Keita.
GRAMMY-winner Dobet Gnahoré is one of Africa's hottest and most beloved talents. With her amazing voice, incredible dance moves, powerful presence, and colorful style sense .