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Various - The Empresses Of Africa Album
Various - The Empresses Of Africa Album
Performer: Various
Title: The Empresses Of Africa
Label: Wrasse Records
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Style: African
Cat: WRASS 025
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2965 mb | MP3 size: 1715 mb | WMA size: 2297 mb
Genre: Folk

1Oumou SangareLove Is So Strong (Saa Magni)
Written-By – Oumou Sangare
2Angelique KidjoVoodoo Child
3Dolly RathebeTihapi Ke Noga
Composed By – Sam Maile
4The Young StarsUlova
Written-By – I. Mawela
5Mahotella QueensStop Crime
Composed By – Ruphas Mbatha
6Aster AwekeLove That Grows (Wolela)
Written-By – Aster Aweke
7Cesaria EvoraSodade
Written-By – A Cabral, Cabral, L. Morais
8Sister PhumiIthemba
Composed By – Eugene Mthethwa
9(Miriam Makeba) & The Skylarks Holilili
Composed By – Allan Silinga
10Miriam MakebaSophiatown Is Gone
Composed By – Gibson Kente
11Toko Tomo And The Batchelors Zulu Boy Kwela
Written-By – Dan Hill
12Margaret SinganaThe Warrior
Written-By – B Egnos, G Lakier
13Masai WomenMasai Womans Song
Arranged By – Felicity FoxWritten-By – Trad.
14Nothembi MkhwebaneKhalimani
Composed By – M Mthimunye, N Mkhwebane
15Vicky SampsonAfrican Dream
Composed By – Allan Silinga
16Busi MhlongoFather Of My Children (Yise Wabant'a Bami)
Written-By – Busi Mhlongo, Lokua Kanza
17Dorothy MasukaHamba Notsokolo
Composed By – D. Masuka
18Rokia TraoreKanan Neni
Executive-Producer – Thomas WeillProducer – Label Bleu


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Various Artists. The Empresses of Africa. Your Rating. Disc IDs 1. Cover Art 0. Additional details. Type: Album Compilation. Status: Official. Script: Latin. Data Quality: Normal. The Empresses Of Africa. Album Tracks. Tracks In This Album. Voodoo Child - Angélique Kidjo. Love Is So Strong Saa Magni - Oumou Sangare. Kanan Neni - Rokia Traoré, Label Bleu, Thomas Weill. Father Of My Children Yise Wabant'a Bami - Busi Mhlongo. Ulova - The Young Stars. Ithemba - Sister Phumi, Eugene Mthethwa. Love That Grows Wolela - Aster Aweke. African Dream - Vicky Sampson, Alan Salinga. Masai Womans Song - Maasai, Felicity Fox. Zulu Boy Kwela - Toko Tomo, The Batchelors. Holilili - Miriam Makeba, Alan Salinga, The Skylarks. ITEM DETAILS VA THE EMPRESSES OF AFRICA UK CD on WRASSE label in 2000 CD: VG to EX cover: EX record GRADING I used this grade: M- A near perfect, probably unplayed record EX Close to like new with only a couple superficial signs of use VG Used, There will be obvious signs of wear and THE possibility of light surface Noise VG . Album 2000 15 Songs. Impressions of Africa, Vol. World Edge Of Africa, Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Pieces of Africa is a 1992 studio album by the Kronos Quartet, containing works commissioned by the quartet, written by seven African composers. A review in Gramophone argues that only Escalay and White Man Sleeps are successful compositions for string quartet. Performer: Various Artists Album: Africa & : Azzurra Music srl Released: 2003. Putumayo Presents - Asian is a list of empresses organized alphabetically by empire or country and chronologically by years of. List of empresses. WRITTEN BY. See Article History. This is a list of empresses organized alphabetically by empire or country and chronologically by years of reign. Elizabeth 185498. by Various. supported by. Like every other Analog Africa release, African Scream Contest II is illuminated by meticulously researched text and effortlessly fashion-forward photography supplied by the artists themselves. Looming large - alongside Lokonon André - in the cast of biopic-worthy characters to emerge from this seductive tropical miasma is visionary space-nerd Bernard Dohounso, who laid the foundations for Benins vinyl predominance by importing and assembling the turntables that would play the products of his Bond villain-acronymed pressing plant SATEL, a factory that would revolutionise the music industry in