Brother Of Reality - African Head Charge versus Professor Stretch - Drums Of Defiance (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. African and Afro-American Drums is an examination of African drumming and its influence on the music of the Americas. Representing eight countries in the American continents, Harold Courlander has compiled an anthology of drum music from three continents and explores its various uses as well as chronicles the evolution of drum music.
  2. Usually classified under "ska", like many original and excellent groups, African Head Charge in reality defies classification. Not really African, certainly not ska. Very strange. "Songs of Praise" is somewhat more mainstream than their other work, with a primitive-but-not-ethnic, loosely spiritual quality/5(6).
  3. African Head Charge – Breeding Space (from Environmental Studies, ) Their Second album from saw African Head Charge working manipulated and vari-speeded 1/4 inch tape loops which were re-recorded by Sherwood back to the multi-track, soaked in reverb and delay, and then applied to the performances of the musicians.
  4. Muzilkree | 19.08.2019 at 18:31 | Reply
    African Head Charge, is a British psychedelic dub reggae band, founded in by percussionist Bonjo I (Bonjo Iyanbinghi Noah). The group released most of its albums on Adrian Sherwood's label, On-U Sound, and the music has been named Sherwoods vision of a psychedelic Africa. Their debute studio album My Life in a Hole in the Ground was released and their latest, Voodoo of The Godsent
  5. Not very many reggae albums acknowledge Alan Lomax in the credits. But then, African Head Charge (a band with a constantly changing membership led by percussionist Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah) doesn't really make typical reggae spidinlarecmyocou.swapmealsblanerdabquiroysabrockbanpdisde.infoinfogh the one-drop beat (provided on this album by Lincoln "Style" Scott) influences everything and the basslines have a typical tidal undertow, the stuff that Noah.
  6. May 02,  · The Djembe drum is possibly the most influential and basic of all the African drums, originally. It dates back to A.D. It dates back to A.D. The Djembe was originally created as a sacred drum to be used in healing ceremonies, rites of passage, ancestral worship, warrior rituals, as well as social dances.
  7. ON-U LP, LP African Head Charge Versus Professor Stretch: African Head Charge Versus Professor Stretch - Drums Of Defiance ‎ (2xLP, Album) On-U Sound, EFA: ON-U LP, LP Germany: Sell This Version/5(17).
  8. Kazrajar | 18.08.2019 at 00:53 | Reply
    Drums of Defiance: African Head Charge vs. Professor Stretch: 3: Vision of a Psychedelic Africa: African Head Charge: 1: African Head Charge: 2: Album + Compilation. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Great Vintage, Volume 1: African Head Charge: 1: Great Vintage, Volume 2: African Head Charge: 1: Unspecified type.
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