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Various - Bringing It Down - South African Sax Jive (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The extended play became as popular as the “bump jive” dance itself and with the introduction of disco, dominated South African jazz and soul music well into the early 80s. Bump Jive was first issued in on Teal’s City Special label (CYL ). The issue shown here is the US edition on the Generation label (GEN ).
  2. Oct 19,  · Astoundingly rare, this is! Even Chris McGregor's brother Tony does not have the original of this LP. WOW! Thanks so so so so much for sharing. Now, you don't happen to have the Cold Castle Jazz compilation album by any chance (not the Castle Lager Big Band LP, but the previous year's festival release featuring various acts inc McGregor et.
  3. Apr 16,  · The recordings here were released on various labels, the most notable being: Disco Soul, MSE, One Way, Soul Jazz Pop, Majavajava, Soul Soul, Hit Special, and Music Machine. This isn’t often a period of South African music that we focus on here at EJ. It is also something of a departure from the mbaqanga sounds that I proffer your way.
  4. Apparently #15 in an already-established (UK) series and the second-ever music video I bought, this first South African edition was a welcome addition to a sadly-absent supply of affordable international (read: foreign) music videos down south of the Limpopo - certainly from the buying public's perspective.
  5. Encompassing the marabi, kwela and jive styles of mid-twentieth century urban South African music, this compilation covers the sounds, styles, assemblages and musicians that reside under the umbrella of South African jazz - from the golden age of s and s to the new wave of musicians in the twenty years of post-apartheid democracy.. Recently re-issued releases from musician-in-exile.
  6. Right - I think it's about time Electric Jive delved deep into the mbaqanga archives for some more special compilations! Over the next two weeks, we will present a number of township jive anthologies. Today we draw our attention to an infectious dancefloor music of choice for many of South Africa's township-dwelling population of the s.
  7. Vinyl and CD 1 – 6 of 6. Genre Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; TWCD Bringing It Down - South African Sax Jive Various: Transkei Special ‎ (LP, Comp) Trojan World: TWLP UK: Sell This Version: TWLP Various: Township ‎ (LP, Comp) Trojan World: TWLP UK: Sell This Version: TWLP.
  8. L. Pelo: Permit (v/a album - Bringing It Down - South African Sax Jive) Trojan World Shaba Kahamba Et Les Esprits Saints: Naweyi (album - Shaba Kahamba Et Les Esprits Saints) Saxone-Music 10 March ; Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited: Hwahwa (LP - .

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