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K.O.G & THE ZONGO BRIGADE - WAHALA WAHALA

K.O.G & THE ZONGO BRIGADE - WAHALA WAHALA

K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade merge African rhythms with beats, elements of reggae, jazz and funk, and more. 'Wahala Wahala' is a meeting of cultures and spirits.

 

K.O.G & THE ZONGO BRIGADE - WAHALA WAHALA (2LP)

K.O.G & THE ZONGO BRIGADE - WAHALA WAHALA (2LP)

K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade merge African rhythms with beats, elements of reggae, jazz and funk, and more. 'Wahala Wahala' is a meeting of cultures and spirits.

 

KABAKO, SOLO DJA - SOLO DJA KABAKO

To anyone who loves African music this is a hidden gem. This CD was recorded by Assif Tshar in Solo Dja's home which they turned into an improvisatory studio. He is joined by a djembe player and another percussionist playing dundun (a big bass horizontal drum).

 

KABALLA, MUITO - EVERYTHING IS BROKE

KABALLA, MUITO - EVERYTHING IS BROKE

'Everything Is Broke' is the infectious debut-album by German artist Muito Kaballa. His music is an intriguing mixture of Afrobeat, street funk, jazz and hip-hop. And one can even detect traces of Afro influenced post-punk acts s.a. The Pop Group and Maximum Joy.

 

KABASA - KABASA

The 1980 debut of South Africa's Kabasa was an evocation of ancestral spirit and a call for cultural unity, wrapped in the infectious veneer of boisterous bass pops, thick power chords and dreamy Roland synthesizers. The album channeled the great musical movements of the ... read more »

 

KABASELE, JOSEPH -A.K.A. LE GRAND KALLE- - LE GRAND KALLE-HIS LIFE, HIS MUSIC (2CD)

Joseph Athanase Tchamala Kabaselleh, popularly known as Le Grand Kalle, was a Congolese singer and bandleader, considered the father of modern Congolese music. This is an essential double disc career overview.

 

KAK, ATA - DAA NYINAA/BOME NNWOM

One of the greatest left-field dance floor jammers of all time, now available on 12-inch single for the first time. A joyously idiosyncratic balancing act of highlife, R&B, rap and house music, quietly released in 1994. The B-side features a minimalist electronic ... read more »

 

KAK, ATA - OBAA SIMA

Reissue of a 1994 album. The music is a noteworthy amalgam of highlife, Twi-language rap, funk, hip-hop and electronica, presented with the passion of a Prince record and the DIY-bedroom-recording lo-fi charm of early Chicago house music. Vinyl version.

 

KAK, ATA - OBAA SIMA/ADAGYA

Single #2 from now-legendary 1993 solo cassette. These two Ghana-by-way-of-Toronto dance tracks whip themselves into an unabashed frenzy, and sound like nothing else.

 

KAKRABA, SK - SONGS OF PAAPIEYE

SK Kakraba is a master of the gyil, a Ghanaian xylophone made of 14 wooden slats strung across calabash gourd resonators. The buzzy rattle emitted with each note comes from the silk walls of spiders' egg sacs stretched across holes in the gourds..

 

KAKRABA, SK - SONGS OF PAAPIEYE

SK Kakraba is a master of the gyil, a Ghanaian xylophone made of 14 wooden slats strung across calabash gourd resonators. The buzzy rattle emitted with each note comes from the silk walls of spiders' egg sacs stretched across holes in the gourds..

 

KAKRABA, SK - YONYE

Based in LA (since recently), SK Kakraba Lobi is a master xylophonist from Ghana. He also is a master of the Gyil, meaning he is both an instrument maker and virtuoso performer. The Gyil is the primary instrument of the Lobi, Sisala and Dagara people of Northern Ghana, ... read more »

 

KALBATA - VANROCK

KALBATA - VANROCK

Fortuna boss Kalbata joins forces with five-piece band Tigris, creating a mesmerizing percussion-led album inspired by African and Caribbean traditions. Repetitive guitars, blissful synthesizers, and roaring voodoo drums set the tone across this extra-trippy, six-track ... read more »

 

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND - MEDAHO

'Mèdaho' is the debut album from Brooklyn based Afro-funksters Kaleta & Super Yamba Band. Fronted by Afrobeat and Juju veteran Leon Ligan-Majek a.k.a. Kaleta, a native of Benin Republic, 'Mèdaho' draws on the group's shared reverence for the raw, ... read more »

 

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND - MEDAHO

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND - MEDAHO

'Mèdaho' is the debut album from Brooklyn based Afro-funksters Kaleta & Super Yamba Band. Fronted by Afrobeat and Juju veteran Leon Ligan-Majek a.k.a. Kaleta, a native of Benin Republic, 'Mèdaho' draws on the group's shared reverence for the raw, ... read more »

 

KALKABA, HAMAD -& THE GOLDEN SOUNDS- - HAMAD KALKABA & THE GOLDEN SOUNDS 1974-1975

KALKABA, HAMAD -& THE GOLDEN SOUNDS- - HAMAD KALKABA & THE GOLDEN SOUNDS 1974-1975

Neglected for decades by all but the most devoted collectors of Afro music, 'Hamad Kalkaba And The Golden Sounds' at long last gathers together the complete body of work of one of Cameroon's forgotten geniuses, which consists of 6 tracks on 3 7-inches only. These are raw ... read more »

 

KALLA, PAT -& LE SUPER MOJO- - JONGLER

KALLA, PAT -& LE SUPER MOJO- - JONGLER

Pat Kalla is a musician, singer and storyteller. After years of touring, a first acclaimed EP revealing some hot singles, he comes back with this project to put a bit of primordial lightness in a rainy world: A tribute to the African culture in honor of a father with ... read more »

 

KALLA, PAT -& LE SUPER MOJO- - JONGLER

KALLA, PAT -& LE SUPER MOJO- - JONGLER

Pat Kalla is a musician, singer and storyteller. After years of touring, a first acclaimed EP revealing some hot singles, he comes back with this project to put a bit of primordial lightness in a rainy world: A tribute to the African culture in honor of a father with ... read more »

 

KANONU, ALEKE - ALEKE

KANONU, ALEKE - ALEKE

After spending much of the '70s humping his congos around New York as a session musician, Nigerian Aleke Kanonu pulled in some favours to record an album of his own. The result was 'Aleke' (1980), a criminally obscure Afrobeat/funk/jazz masterpiece featuring Buddy Williams ... read more »

 

KANONU, ALEKE - ALEKE

KANONU, ALEKE - ALEKE

After spending much of the '70s humping his congos around New York as a session musician, Nigerian Aleke Kanonu pulled in some favours to record an album of his own. The result was 'Aleke' (1980), a criminally obscure Afrobeat/funk/jazz masterpiece featuring Buddy Williams ... read more »

 

KANONU, ALEKE -MEETS TOLBERT, THE MIRACLE MAN- - HAPPINESS/NWANNE, NWANNE

KANONU, ALEKE -MEETS TOLBERT, THE MIRACLE MAN- - HAPPINESS/NWANNE, NWANNE

Bringing together the undisputed talents of Nigerian percussionist Aleke Kanonu and Alabama soul legend O.C. Tolbert, this 12-inch created quite the buzz when it was released in New York in 1982. Shops and leading DJ's were clamouring for it, but short supply saw it ... read more »

 

KANTE, DJESSOU MORY - RIVER STRINGS

Djessou Mory Kante, the younger brother of Les Ambassadeurs' guitarist Kante Manfila, is a regular guitarist for such renowned singers as Salif Keita and Sekouba Bambino. Djessou Mory Kante's gentle, understated musicanship is beyond compare. Rooted in the Maninka ... read more »

 

KAPINGBDI - TAKE A LOOK OUTSIDE

KAPINGBDI - TAKE A LOOK OUTSIDE

This is the fourth and previously unreleased album by Kapingbdi, a six-piece band from West Africa, which billed itself as "African Jazz-Funk-Rock From Liberia". It is a skilful mix of African and Western elements, with a spiritual heart and dynamic grooves. In ... read more »

 

KEILA, KAMAL - MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

KEILA, KAMAL - MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

Kamal Keila is one of the key figures of the Sudanese jazz scene that was a vital part of the musical culture in Sudan from the mid 1960s until the islamist revolution in the late 1980s. Musically you can hear the influence of neighboring Ethiopia much more than on other ... read more »

 

KEILA, KAMAL - MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS (2LP)

KEILA, KAMAL - MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS (2LP)

Kamal Keila is one of the key figures of the Sudanese jazz scene that was a vital part of the musical culture in Sudan from the mid 1960s until the islamist revolution in the late 1980s. Musically you can hear the influence of neighboring Ethiopia much more than on other ... read more »

 


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