A LA RECHERCHE DU GROOVE PERDU (71) AFRICAN JAZZ : l’influence du jazz en Afrique

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1) Thomas Mabiletsa – [1944] zulu piano medley
2) Nancy Jacobs and her sisters – [1955] Meadowlands
3) Dolly Rathebe and his African Inkspots – [1954] Unomewa
4) Dorothy Masuka – [1956] Ufikizolo
5) Miriam Makeba and the Skylarks – [1959] Vile Ngoan’a Batho
6) The Jazz Epistles – [1961] Vary-oo-Vum
7) Reggie Msomi’s Hollywood Jazz band – [1965] Midnight Ska
8) John Ramotsie – [1967] Mkatakata
9) Ginger Johnson – [African Party, 1967] Talking Drum
10) Ray Stephen oche (1970) – Odeiyolaoo
13) Uhuru_dance_band – [Uhuru_dance_band, 1970] betu me O Awow
14) E.T. Mensah – Weeya Weya
15) Saka acquaye and his African ensemble- [Muzzical tripps selection] congo beat
16) Clarence Willimans & His Orchestra – [Congo Jazz by blue flamingo] Jungle Crawl
17) Philips’ Louisville Jug Band – [Congo Jazz by blue flamingo] Tiger Rag
18) Kaba Joseph & Le Groupe Rythmique Ngoma – [Congo Jazz by Blue flamingo] Bana T’Atomic Jazz
18) Salah Ragab and the Cairo Jazz Band – [Egyptian Jazz] Dawn
19) Salah Ragab and the Cairo Jazz Band – [Egyptian Jazz] Mervat
20) Mulatu Astatke – [New York, Addis, London: The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975] Dèwèl
21) Mulatu Astatke – [New York, Addis, London: The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975] Emnete
22) Mulatu Astatke – [New York, Addis, London: The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975] Nètsanèt