Mulatu Astatke: Ethiopean Modern Instrumental Hits [Vinyl 1LP 180g]

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Ethno Jazz/World Jazz/Modern Jazz
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kontynent: Afryka
kraj: Ethiopia
opakowanie: Singlefoldowe etui

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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Ethiopians' deep-seated ethiocentrism, the legacy of a thousand years of history, has contributed in no small way to their music's strong national identity, particularly impervious to any African influences. Latin influences, so pervasive in the great musical centers of West Africa and the Congo, have been similarly rebuffed, despite the brilliant attempts of a musician like Mulatu Astatke. He was the first and for a long time the only Ethiopian to have studied music abroad. In the late '60s, he brought back 'ethio-jazz', as well as a passion for Latin rhythms that was not readily shared by the Ethiopian audience. As early as 1966, he released a single and two LPs in the US entitled Afro-Latin Soul (and a third LP, Mulatu of Ethiopia in 1972), with his Ethiopian Quintet composed of American and Latin-American musicians. All this goes to show how much the history of the African continent's musical modernity should be reconsidered in light of the Ethiopian adventure, even though this lone spark bore little relation, musically or ideologically to the musical revolutions initiated most notably by Ghanian highlife, South African jazz, Congolese rumba or, much later on, by Fela.

A1. Mulatu Astatke – Munaye 4:58
A2. Mulatu Astatke – Meche Dereshe 3:56
A3. Tesfa Mariam Kidane – Yetesfa Tezeta 2:36
A4. Mulatu Astatke – Kasalefkut Hulu 2:43
A5. Mulatu Astatke – Tezeta 6:14
B1. Bahta G. Hiwot – Ewnet Yet Lagegnesh 2:44
B2. Mulatu Astatke – Yegele Tezeta 3:17
B3. Bahta G. Hiwot – Bmgnot Alnorm 2:37
B4. Mulatu Astatke – Yekermo Saw 4:12
B5. Tesfa Mariam Kidan – Heiwote 5:03

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