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quinta-feira, 18 de fevereiro de 2016

Bhundu Boys - Live @ Glastonbury Festival, England, 17-06-1989

NOTE: The Bhundu Boys were a Zimbabwean band that played a mixture of chimurenga music with American rock and roll, disco, country, and pop influences. Their style became known as jit, and is quite popular across Africa, with some international success, and has influenced later groups like Nehoreka and Mokoomba. British world music DJ Andy Kershaw said that at the height of their powers they were "...the single most natural, effortless, catchy pop band I've ever heard"; the BBC'sJohn Peel famously broke down in tears the first time he saw the band perform live. (from Wikipedia)

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

1.     Jekesa (Come On Let's Join Hands)
2.     Simbimbino
3.     Jit Jive
4.     Chemedzevana
5.     Chithaunhike
6.     Manhenga
7.     (Unknown)
8.     (Unknown)
9.     Chimbira
10.  My Foolish Heart
11.  Ndoitasei

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