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Various - African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 album

Various - African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 album
Performer: Various
Title: African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957
Released: 1989
Country: US
Style: African
Genre: Country - World
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 737
MP3 size: 1926 mb
FLAC size: 1797 mb


A1 Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends* Konta Iya Iya Konta
A2 Isaac Matafwani & Sunkutu Eko Bali Mukanina Bamayo
A3 Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends* Kazembe Mayo
A4 Mbasela Kunda & William Munyanda* Nina Namusonda Sanguweji
A5 Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali Kabula Nina Kamushalila
A6 Isaac Matafwani & Sunkutu Banakashi Tabalila
A7 Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends* Marita Ku Mampampa
A8 William Mapulanga Mukashi Wamunobe
B1 John Lushi Bamgufya Ba Kwoti Banapengili Amapa
B2 William Siwale & Friends Mayo Mayo
B3 Cisenga, Cungu & Musonda Tubamu Tumo Tulawamisha
B4 Kabushi & Mwenga Mwe Baiyashi Centeleni
B5 William Siwale & Friends Nashe 'Nsapato Nashiseka Nsuno Chalo?
B6 Cisenga, Cungu & Musonda Castle Beer
B7 Luson Mwape Muchalo Chilumendo Chakumona
B8 The Four Pals Maselino Yayayuyayu
B9 The Four Pals Nifwe Ba Four Pals


  • Artwork [Cover Concept] – Dale Moyer
  • Design – Anne Needham
  • Producer, Compiled By, Liner Notes – John Storm Roberts
  • Recorded By – Hugh Tracey
  • Remastered By – Richard Henderson


©® ILAM 1989.
Back sleeve has blue tinted background.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OMA 112C Various African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 ‎(Cass, Comp) Original Music OMA 112C US 1989
OMCD 004 Various African Acoustic From The Copperbelt... Zambian Miners' Songs ‎(CD, Comp) Original Music OMCD 004 US 1989

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. Zambian Miners' Songs 1957. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Zambian Miners' Songs ‎(CD, Comp). Original Music (2). OMCD 004. US. 1989.

There's an enormous variety here, from rugged, rootsy stuff to the beginnings of an urban-influenced sound with . and South African as well as Congolese elements.

Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt. A1 –Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends Konta Iya Iya Konta. A2 –Isaac Matafwani & Sunkutu. Eko Bali Mukanina Bamayo. A3 –Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends Kazembe Mayo. A4 –Mbasela Kunda & William Munyanda Nina Namusonda Sanguweji.

Zambian Miners’ Songs. Various Artists, 1957. When the tracks are by the same recording artist, the album may be referred to as a retrospective album. Compilation albums may employ traditional product bundling strategies.

African Music (Reference). The reference list includes records that have been obtained and/or rated (in blue) as well as many other records that have been recommended from various sources. Abana Ba Nasery Electric and Acoustic Mali. Electric Highlife: Sessions From the Bokoor Studios, A. Éthiopiques, Vol. 1: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music From the Copperbelt: Zambian Miners' Songs. Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk and Fusion in the 70's, A–. Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds and Ghanaian Blues 1968–81.

Play African Acoustic album songs MP3 by Losta Abelo and download African Acoustic songs on Gaana. Released by Eben Entertainment Feb 2014 14 Tracks. PLAY ALL. African Acoustic.

The Zambian rural centers studied by this author (Siegel, 1979) strayed some from this general pattern. Nearly all were relatively recent extensions of the national and provincial governmental agencies. And given Zambia's foreign exchange crisis at that time, and the consequent shortage of goods and services of every kind, the influence of these peripheral centers was far more ineffectual than exploitative. The notion that urban centers are oppressive and exploitative of their hinterlands has a history of its own, as reflected in the various theories concerning the origin of the state (Service 1978). Export citation Request permission.

Lusaka - Zambia: Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo has assured the nation that the Copperbelt Province is now ready for an economic rebound following the steady rise i. Mr Lusambo said the decision by the mining firms to start re-employing the miners is an indication that the Copperbelt is now on the path to recovery. The Copperbelt Minister who is part of a high powered government delegation led by Mines Minister Christopher Yaluma said the Mining Indaba has provided a good platform to market the Zambian mining story to the investor community. He said the presence of the Zambian delegation at the Indaba has reignited interest into the Zambian mining sector by a broad range of mining investors

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