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Night Force & The Tom Cats - Dance
Night Force & The Tom Cats
Dance
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Afrosynth)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
South African disco release. The title track ‘Dance’, written by Belgian composer Frank Degrijse, was released by Night Force and became a hit throughout Europe in 1980. .In South Africa the song was released with permission at a slower tempo (the original 45rpm was ‘officially’ slowed down to 33rpm). Added to this are four tracks by Music Team’s in-house production team the Tom Cats - including dub reworkings of recent Afrosynth releases ‘Burnin Beat’ and ‘Searchin’, here released as ‘Hot Stuff’ and ‘Search For Love’ respectively. Synth-heavy oddities ‘You Are My Fire’ and ‘Shake Shake’ make up the rest of the tracklist.
Mabuta - Welcome To This World
Mabuta
Welcome To This World
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Afrosynth)
17,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
"Shane Cooper is a bassist, composer and producer from Cape Town, SouthAfrica. He is part of the new wave of young voices in the South African jazzscene. A prolific sideman and award-winning acoustic jazz artist, he alsoinvolved in South Africa’s leftfield electronic dance scene under the alias CardOn Spokes.in 2017 Shane wanted to start a new project that would be a platform for himto consolidate ideas from his jazz and electronic pursuits under one umbrella.This project is MABUTA. The name is the Japanese world for ‘eyelid’ and playson the power of the eyelid as the doorway between the dream world and thereal world. He recruited some of South Africa’s most exciting young artists forthe group: Bokani Dyer (piano, Rhodes and synths), Sisonke Xonti (tenor sax),Marion Witbooi (drums) and Robin Fassie-Kock (trumpet). He then ran asuccessful crowdfunding campaign to raise the money to record their debutalbum Welcome To This World. The 8-track album is energetic and wide,fusing acoustic and electronic elements while venturing into various cornersof Africa, including Mali, Nigeria and Ethiopia. It features several guest artistsincluding tenor saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings (Shabaka & The Ancestors,Sons of Kemet) from London."
Sea Bea - I Wanda Why?
Sea Bea
I Wanda Why?
12" | 1984 | EU | Reissue (Afrosynth)
13,99 €*
Release:1984 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
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Originally released in South Africa in 1994 on the Mighty Good Sounds imprint, Sea Bee’s debut album was a hit in the earliest days of kwaito, the house-infused soundtrack of a newly democratic nation. While it may have been Sea Bee’s release, key to the album’s success was the magic touch of Spokes H, who composed, produced and arranged all the tracks. Sea Bee would soon disappear off the radar, while Spokes remained an influential and popular figure in SA until his untimely death in 2013.The latest release on DJ Okapi’s Afrosynth Records removes two tracks from the original six-track album, keeping four of the choicest downtempo dancefloor bombs – ‘Home Boy’, ‘I Wanda Why’, ‘Thiba’ and ‘Stoppa - all heavy on the bass, with uplifting vocals and unique lyrics guaranteed to not let any discerning (or aspiring) DJ down – ever!
Ntombi Ndaba & Survival - Tomorrow
Ntombi Ndaba & Survival
Tomorrow
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Afrosynth)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Incl. her in demand tune "Tomorrow" . Six-track anthology of South African singer Ntombi Ndaba, featuring 2 songs from 3 of her solo albums, Mina Ngiljaji (1988), Mama Nature (1989) and Why Me (1991). Ntombi Ndaba first rose to fame in 1985 with Ntombi & Survival, becoming one of the most popular singers of the bubblegum era. After setting up the independent label Anneko with her producer A.T. ‘Rubber’ Khoza in 1988, she went solo. Following Khoza’s death in the early 1990s, Ndaba never recorded again.
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