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Friday, 23 September 2011

The 1960s Sound of Tanzania أصــوات تـنـزانـيـا في الـسـتـيـنـات ♪ Various Artists ♪ Vol. 3

Album :
Zanzibara, Vol. 3 زنـجـبــار، الجــزء الـتـالـث
Ujamaa (1968-1973)
The 1960s Sound of Tanzania أصــوات تـنـزانـيـا في الـسـتـيـنـات
Le son des années 60 en Tanzanie

Artists :
•» Bar Jazz (Dar es-Salaam Jazz Band) •» Morogoro Jazz Band (Wana Likembe) •» Atomic Jazz Band, Jamhuri Jazz Band (Wanyama Wakali) •» Nuta Jazz band (Msondo Ngoma)

Note :
The craze for dance music – muziki wa dansi – began in Tanzania in the early 1930s. Cuban rumba records were all the rage and the urban youth organized themselves into 'dance clubs' like the Dar Es-Salaam Jazz Band founded in 1932. A legacy of the earlier brass band fashion, the earliest instrumentation added brass instruments to a layer of local drums. Strings followed —violins, banjos, mandolins and guitars. – Compared to dance music from neighboring Kenya or Congo, muziki wa dansi sounds sweeter and more laid-back, possibly an extension of the smoother Tanzanian life back in the 1960s/70s. It is generally built on a bed of two to three guitars and bass guitar, with drums, congas and other percussion having just basing time keeping and coloring functions. The lyrics are usually sung by a chorus rather than a single lead voice, horn sections of trumpets and saxophones punctuate the vocals

Language : Instrumental - Kiswahili

Country : Tanzania

Melodies :
[.01.] Shangazi Naomba Taiti • [.02.] Mpenzi Nakukanya • [.03.] Maneno Niliyokwambia • [.04.] Usijipendekeze • [.05.] Asili Ya Mahaba • [.06.] Nimechoka • [.07.] Likembe Ya Moro • [.08.] Mpenzi Usemayo • [.09.] Nipekele Kwa Baba • [.10.] Dada Nihurumie • [.11.] Instrumental 1 • [.12.] Salamu Zako Nimezipata • [.13.] Mpenzi Ya Kijinga • [.14.] Utaniangamiza • [.15.] Livu Morogoro • [.16.] Kaka Umenishinda • [.17.] Isuwaamini Shemeji
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