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Africa On The Move Various artists play horns, talking drums, guitar, marimba, percussion ensemble and voice. RCD003   $10.00  

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Chaminuka: Music From Zimbabwe Features the rhythms and melodies of Zimbabwe on voice, mbira, and a powerful marimba and percussion ensemble. RCD007   $10.00  

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The Igede Of Nigeria Drumming, Chanting and Exotic Percussion including talking drums, clay pots and calabash trumpets. Powerful recording! RCD020   $10.00  

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I Remember I.K. Dairo and His Blue Spots. Modern Nigerian music played on diatonic accordion. RCD421   $10.00  

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Siya Hamba Two faces of 1950s Azanian music, from recordings by Hugh Tracey of the International Library of African Music. Side 1 covers a wide range of rural sounds, including amazing harmonica (dances with vocals and strange hyperventilations, bluesy solos); concertina; autoharp; and country guitar styles. Side 2 is a session of smalltown kwela (influenced by jazz and jump-blues) with terrific women singers. RCD458   $10.00  

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Nursery Boys Go Ahead! Incredible music from Kenya, recorded in London, with contributions from Irish musicians and from members of Three Mustaphas Three and The Oyster Band. Abana Ba Nasery (The Nursery Boys) are the guitar and soda bottle kings of Kenya. Bright upbeat dance music, with guitars, vocals, and the rasp and ring of the Fanta bottle. (Fanta bottles alone have the ridges which chirp like a cicada when stroked with a metal rod.). RCD496   $10.00  

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Mbuti Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest Polyphonic Singing, ritual music and nature sounds from Zaire. Documents the music discussed in the book, "The Forest People". Mbuti vocal music features beautiful songs about their life and the forest, from which their lives and those of the animal kingdom are sustained. RCD572   $14.99  

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Master Drummers of Dagbon, Vol. 1 Drumming of the Dagbamba people of West Africa. RCD575   $10.00  

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Kikwabanga - Songs and Dances from the Land of Ngaali Music from Uganda. RCD745   $10.00  

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African Rhythms and Instruments Vol. 1 Recorded at the Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algiers, 1969. RCD799   $10.00  

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African Rhythms and Instruments Vol. 2 Congo Brazaville, Chad, Cameroon, Sudan, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Zimbabwe. Xylophone, ziterharp, giant horns, percussion, voices. RCD804   $10.00  

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Feasts of the Savanna : A Musical Journey Through East and West Africa This collection dances from East to West Africa offering work, narrative, children's, festival, and ceremonial music from Uganda, Mali, Togo, and Cameroon. The musical journey showcases an impressive range of material played on such traditional African instruments as the kora, sansa, hand flute, xylophone and many other stringed instruments and drums. 58 minutes, 16 page booklet. RCE126   $10.00  

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Zambia : The Songs of Mukanda Music of the Secret Society of the Luvale People of Central Africa. From Chavuma, the Zambezi District of the Northwestern Provence of Zambia, this release focuses on the Luvale people and the Mukanda, a series of ceremonies, festivals, and events all accompanied by music, song, and dance that serve as the rites of passage and traditional education that transforms immature boys into young men. The field-worker has captured the essence of the ceremony and excellent examples of the call and response form along with musical accompaniment. 61 minutes, 20 page booklet. RCE128   $10.00  

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Tunisia and North Africa Musical Arabesque: An Andalusian Pilgrimage. The classical music of the Maghreb - Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria - remains a vibrant part of this region's musical culture. Traditional ensembles perform seven variations on the nubah, a suite-like set of songs and instrumental pieces that comprise the bulk of the Andalusian music repertoire. Instrumentation includes the ud, tar, mandle, qanun and even a saxophone, among others. 68 minutes. 16 page booklet. RCE137   $10.00  

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Ancient Wisdom Songs and Fables from Zimbabwe. For many centuries, the mbira has been used by the Shona people to maintain contact with the spirit world and to recount fables. Ephat Mujuru is one of the world's most accomplished players of the mbira, or African thumb piano, and this recording presents a beautiful blend of spiritual and contemporary songs. RCE165   $10.00  

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Ravi - The African Kora -Journeys of the Sunwalker Showcasing one of the most expressive of the traditional African stringed instruments, this excellent CD featuring the West African kora, a harp/lute, with djembe and balafon. RCE545   $10.00  

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Masters of the African Mbira Also called thumb piano or kalimba; instrumental and vocal pieces by renown masters Dumisani Maraire and Ephat Mujuru. RCE546   $10.00  

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Morikeba Kouyate - Music of Senegal Virtuoso performance on the kora, the African harp-lute; Kouyate is from one of the most prominent jaliyaa, or musical families that pass their art down from generation to generation, providing oral history, musical diplomacy and entertainment. RCE640   $10.00  

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