STRUTCD 001. Various. Club Africa (CD, Comp, Promo). STRUTCD 001. UK. 1999. STRUTLP 001. Club Africa (2xLP, Comp).
Various Artists - Club Africa VA - Club Africa 1 (1999) 01 - River Luv Rite. flac 02 - Shakalaode. 15 - Letta Mbulu - Mahlalela. 01 - Max B - Bananaticocó. 14 - Ginger Johnson & His Africa Messengers - Talking Drum. 13 - Hugh Masekela & The Union of South Africa - Dyambo. 03 - Exile One - Funky Crookie. 12 - Antonio Carlos E Jocafi - Simbareré. 04 - Hugh Masekela - A Long Ways from Home. Various - Club Africa . pg. og. 3u.
One of a handful of Afro beat/Afro jazz compilations put out by British promoter and DJ Ross Dewbury, Club Africa features an infectious blend of '70s cuts informed by Fela's groundbreaking Afro roots and jazz blend. High profile moments come courtesy of Mandingo, Peter King, and Miriam Makeba, revealing the collection's cross-cultural bent in the process. And, yes, there is plenty of Africa here too, not only in all the music of course, but more directly in the Fela-meets-Sunny Ade side "Jungle Funk" by Nigeria's Nkengas and the Afro-Cuban cut "Kenia" by Kenya's Mombasa.
No Categories 2 (A Ubiquity Compilation).
Album · 2006 · 14 Songs. This Is Africa, Vol. 2 Pt. 1. Various Artists. Les deux grands numéros. Josky Kiambukuta & Madilu System.
South African Melody Various Artists – Africa To The World, Pt. 2. Various Artists – Africa To The World, Pt. Fakaza. Check out the part two of Africa To The World Compilation Project from Kanzen Records acts. Akhai – Feeling Roll Deep (Soul Deep) Akhai – Lose Control (Main Mix) Audio Arque – Do Tell (Main Mix) Charlie Kay – Dance (Main Mix) Deep Rebel – Purple (Main Mix) Dvine Brothers – Back & Forth (Original Mix) . V – Flight 4427 (Original Mix) Kelso Jones, Arnaud D – Indian Soprano (Arnaud D Momba Mix) Realpurple Deep, Bruno Soares Sax – Rise & Shine (Original Mix) Saxture, Andre.
The Rough Guide to the Music of South Africa is a world music compilation album originally released in 1998. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album spotlights the music of South Africa. Liner notes were written by Tom Andrews and Rob Allingham, a discographer and music historian specializing in South Africa. Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer