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"Why Africa?" A SAVVY Contemporary non-response (part two)

Following the June issue, here is the second part of the special contribution by Savvy Contemporary that engages with the question Why Africa? They do it through “some of the sounds that could embody, encompass and reveal some form and meaning of Africa” –writes Savvy’s founder and director Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung- “For it is through sound that the ancestors are kept alive and through rhythm that their pulses keep the beat.” Enjoy the tunes and the summer!

 

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Italian Version

 

Savvy contemporary team, ph. Luise Volkmann

 

Francis Bebey - The Coffee Cola Son

 

Tshala Muana- Kapinga

 

Rachid Taha- ya rayeh

 

Brice Wassy Kù Jazz Groove

 

Busi Mhlongo - Oxamu

 

Hafusa Abasi & Slim Ali & The Kikulacho Yahoo Band – Sina Raha

 

Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Aykèdashem lebé

 

Zoundegnon Bernard (T P Orchestre Poly Rythmo de Cotonou) - Mille Fois Merci

 

T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou - Angelina II

 

Magambeu

 

Lapiro De Mbanga - No make erreur

 

Fela Kuti - O.D.O.O. (Overtake Don Overtake Overtake)

 

Wendo Kolosoy- Namoni pasi mingi

 

Franco & le T.P. O.K. Jazz 1984 - Très Impoli

 

Mbilia Bel - Nakei Nairobi

 

Pepe Kalle - Pon moun paka bouger

 

Papa Wemba - Kaokoko Korobo

 

Les Wanyika - Afro

 

Getatchew Mekuria

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