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9 thoughts on “ Jive Mabone 800 - Various - Township (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Mar 21,  · There were loads of Mabone titles ‘3 Mabone’, ‘4 Mabone’ etc. But jive music had not made much progress since it originated and consequently the newer sounding disco took over as a popular form in the mid’s. Jive as a music form was put into the shade by disco for some time, but Noise remained optimistic about its survival.
  2. Dec 30,  · Christmas Jive has been handpicked from several 78s and 45s originally released between 19on the various Gallo-Mavuthela record labels: Motella, Gallo New Sound, Gumba Gumba, C.T.C. Star Record, Gallotone, Gallo-USA, Inkonkoni, FGB Producers, and Up Mavuthela. Out of the 35 tracks contained in this collection, 6 numbers were kindly.
  3. Search × Store. Menu Various Artists on Vinyl LP! Strut follow their recent forays into Nigerian and Ethio grooves with a brand new wide-ranging three-party series exlploring underground South African music during the late '60s and '70s, Next Stop Soweto explores the vibrant energy of the township jive sound. Strut traces.
  4. Township Jive & Kwela Jazz: Volume 3 () Various Artists. Country: South Africa Label: Ubuntu Publishing Cat#: UP LP Format: Vinyl, LP Compilation Year: Language.
  5. ①Manyatela ②Mangena Special ③Freeway To Natal ④Silandela ⑤Phata Phata No.2 ⑥Jive Mabone ⑦47 Zone 4 ⑧Steven Mabone ⑨Woza American Jive No.2 ⑩Obholkweni ⑪Badilize ⑫Chilies No ⑬Phata Phata ⑭Faraday Job: a compilation of south african township music from the s to .
  6. Jan 19,  · Sometimes called “township jive”, mbaqanga is a South African dance music which evolved in the townships and became broadly popular in the s and '70s. It .
  7. The homogenisation of Township Jive with US and UK culture, due to globalisation, is viewed by African artists as a threat to the preservation of their local tradition and credibility. Thus, artists focus on maintaining an emotional link between customer and brand.
  8. Of the many compilations of township jive (or mbaqanga) recordings that hit the American and European marketplace in the late '80s following Paul Simon's blockbuster Graceland album, this is surely one of the best. Subtitled "Modern Roots of the Indestructible Beat of Soweto," it rides the coattails of that very successful album but also stands well on its own.
  9. Soul Safari started as a blog to showcase the music of Africa with a strong emphasis on South Africa. Now in its 6th year, Soul Safari is proud to present the third volume of the compilation ‘Township Jive & Kwela Jazz’, a collection of rare gems originally released .

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