Kokuleeba Lwanga and the Bacaro Percussion “Sounds of Africa”

Kokuleeba Lwanga and the Bacaro Percussion “Sounds of Africa”

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Kokuleeba Lwanga and the Bacaro Percussion
Sounds of Africa
Sphere The Betty Crocker Magazine (US) 1972
B-03-72-1/2 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(wear on edge and corner, many small spots.)
media : VG+/VG+(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear and hairlines. some light click noises caused by very small pressing-error.)

This record was produced in 1972 for Sphere The Betty Crocker Magazine, which was published in the United States in the 1970s. Under the theme of "Sounds of Africa," it features chants by Tanzanian singer/narrator Kokuleeba Lwanga and a performance by The Bacaro Percussion. Opening with the super-fast African percussion A1, the nine songs are very well performed, with Lwanga's heartwarming simple songs, children's choruses, and birdsongs. The sound quality is very good and modern in taste, as it seems to have been recorded in a studio by musicians and not by local recordings, so it will be useful for various purposes other than listening. Highly recommended.

A3: The Cat’s Way
B2: I Love You

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