Vinyl LP pressing. These are the historical recordings by the great ethnomusicologist Hugh Tracey. The fruit of his researches in southern Congo and in northern Zambia between 1957 and 1958. That was the time when the guitar became a popular instrument and slowly achieved the status of cultural symbol. This collection stands as an important document of the emergence of a totally new sound in African music. A unique blend of African roots and pop music imported from the west. A must for all guitar music fans around the globe. Features Ilunga Patrice & Misomba Victor, Ngoi Nono & Kabongo Anastase, Kaseba Anatole, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali Ematambo, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali, T. Muntali & M. Sapao Mayo, The Four Pals, John Lushi, Isaac Matafwana & Sunkutu, Luson Mwape Muchalo, Willem Sivale, and F. Musonda.
Vinyl LP pressing. These are the historical recordings by the great ethnomusicologist Hugh Tracey. The fruit of his researches in southern Congo and in northern Zambia between 1957 and 1958. That was the time when the guitar became a popular instrument and slowly achieved the status of cultural symbol. This collection stands as an important document of the emergence of a totally new sound in African music. A unique blend of African roots and pop music imported from the west. A must for all guitar music fans around the globe. Features Ilunga Patrice & Misomba Victor, Ngoi Nono & Kabongo Anastase, Kaseba Anatole, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali Ematambo, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali, T. Muntali & M. Sapao Mayo, The Four Pals, John Lushi, Isaac Matafwana & Sunkutu, Luson Mwape Muchalo, Willem Sivale, and F. Musonda.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: NAKED LUNCH
Rel. Date: 06/04/2021
UPC: 7427116347516

Origins Of Congo & Zambia Guitar 1957-1958 / Var
Artist: Origins Of Congo & Zambia Guitar 1957-1958 / Var
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. These are the historical recordings by the great ethnomusicologist Hugh Tracey. The fruit of his researches in southern Congo and in northern Zambia between 1957 and 1958. That was the time when the guitar became a popular instrument and slowly achieved the status of cultural symbol. This collection stands as an important document of the emergence of a totally new sound in African music. A unique blend of African roots and pop music imported from the west. A must for all guitar music fans around the globe. Features Ilunga Patrice & Misomba Victor, Ngoi Nono & Kabongo Anastase, Kaseba Anatole, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali Ematambo, Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali, T. Muntali & M. Sapao Mayo, The Four Pals, John Lushi, Isaac Matafwana & Sunkutu, Luson Mwape Muchalo, Willem Sivale, and F. Musonda.

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