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Dit Moninga - African Jazz* - African Jazz 1960

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  1. After his earlier label African Jazz, Joseph Kabasele (aka "Le Grand Kalle") found in this label with the help of the Belgian company Fonior. Kabasele marketed his label exclusively in Congo (Léopoldville) while Fonior received the distribution rights for Europe and the rest of Africa. Do not confuse with the series Surboum.
  2. Aug 05,  · May 1, May 9, Soul Safari All Things African, Congo, Folk music, Hugh Tracey, Kwela, Live Performances, Mbaqanga, music for restaurant, nightclubs and lounges, Nigeria, record collecting, SA Jazz, Sam Sklair, Sotho Vocal, South African Beat & Garage, South African Disco, South African Jazz & Jive 's, South African Jazz & Jive
  3. One unique aspect of the South African jazz scene was the appearance of individuals imitating popular artists as closely as possible because the real musician wasn't there to perform in the area. For instance, one could find a "Cape Town Dizzy Gillespie" who would imitate not only the music, but the look and style of .
  4. Apr 19,  · South African Jazz: Start Here. By AAJ STAFF April 19, Sign in to view read count. This special section is devoted to South African jazz, which has prospered for several decades and developed a distinctive character all its own. AAJ: SA was created in and has since been updated with a continual stream of new material.
  5. Aug 09,  · Vicky Longomba (who would also sing Lumumba, Héros National with O.K. Jazz 7 years later) sang here with Joseph Kabasselé, aka Le Grand Kalé. (Vicky Longomba) - African Jazz

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