Ramadu, former lead singer of the Zimbabwean group Insingizi Emnyama presents a varied album from traditional a cappella songs with excellent harmony singing and accompanied songs with traditional drums and percussion to modern African music. “The mixture of background music and voices create a wonderful sound of “isicathamiya”!
Uniquely beautiful and terrificly arranged Music from Zimbabwe. Indigenous percussion, uptempo, with strings, horns and male vocals. If you like Al Stewart's Year Of The Cat or the Beatles Abbey Road albums, or Paul Simon's African influenced Grammy award winning LP Graceland, you'll like this track, Male Vocals, African Music, Zimbabwean Music
Music from Zimbabwe. Male vocals, regal sounding, reflective, echo like, open this track. Slow tempo at first picks up to dancing mood quickly with the addition of indigenous Percussion and woodwinds. Similar to some of the music found on Paul Simon's Grammy award winning Graceland album. Male Vocals, African Music, Zimbabwean Music
Music from Zimbabwe. Male vocals, mysterious mood. Indigenous Percussion, humming background vocals, similar to some of the tracks on Paul Simon's Graceland LP in some ways. Male Vocals, African Music, Zimbabwean Music