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Kabasa - Kabasa album

Kabasa - Kabasa album

  • Performer: Kabasa
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Soulful music
  • Title: Kabasa
  • Released: 1980
  • Style: Fusion
  • MP3 version size: 1624 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1362 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 845


excited to present the brilliant and ultra-rare album ‘African Sunset’ by South African band Kabasa.

Label:Atlantic ‎ Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:South Africa Released:1981 Tracklist A1 Pickin' Up The Pieces 00:00 Written-By – M. Malotana, T. Sibeko A. .

Label: Atlantic ‎– ATH 4042. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: South Africa. Praise the Lord for all the guidance and inspiration during the recording of this album.

This new podcast tells the story of the band’s soulful LP African Sunset. Originally released in on Lyncell Records, African Sunset was the third and final album by shape-shifting outfit Kabasa. Formed in Soweto by vocalist and bassist Tata TNT Sibeko, guitarist Robert Doc Mthalane and percussionist Oupa Segwai, the group were joined by percussionist and flautist Mabote Kelly Petlane for the session

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KABASA! added 23 new photos to the album: Birthday party gig - with Greg Dyer and 3 others in Mullion, Cornwall. March 25 at 7:56am ·. Birthday party gig. 23 Photos. TONIGHT - 10th Anniversary gig at the Acorn Theatre - 'KABASA!' with guest Afro Cuban drummer AND 'Juan Graterol y su Conjunto Gozón'. Advance ticket sales stand at 60+ and counting.

Kabasa’s self-titled first album marks the beginning of an archival reissue series from South African label SHARP-FLAT. Kabasa - Kabasa LP. Show all ItemsShow all. Vinyl, CD & Tape from Label.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. From the album KABASA - Kabasa (1980, Reissue 2017). Kabasa - Burning Splinters. Dope, Zulu Rock track from this under-appreciated, brilliant group. Both dancy and moody at the same time.