8th track from Sipho Gumede's '20 Years of life Live @ The Bassline' album.
Spotlight On. African Cream Music 035. CD.
Listen to music from Sipho Gumede like Alone in a Strange Place, Stokvel Gumba & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sipho Gumede. A true icon, the late Sipho Gumede was an innovative and diverse performer. Winning acclaim for marrying jazz with traditional rhythms, he always defied categorisation.
Artist: Sipho Gumede Title: Spotlight On Sipho Gumede Year Of Release: 2005 Label: African Cream Music Genre: Jazz, Fusion, African Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracks 2,.,6 and 11 were originally released on the album Ubuntu - Humanity in 1996. Recorded at the SABC studios in Durban by Peter Thwaites. Mixed by Chris Lewis at Ronnie Scotts studios in London.
The Roots Of. Sipho Gumede. The Best of, Pt. 2 : Gone But Not Forgotten. From Me To You. Village Dance & More. 1. New Era. 20 Years Of Life: Live @ The Bassline. Jazz Heritage: A tribute Album.
Sipho Gumede: Sixolele Baba, We Know Who We Are, Uthando Noxolo и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Sipho Gumede Top Tracks: - When Days Are Dark, Friends Are Few, Township Jive, Gumba In Durban, Alone in a Strange Place, Godfather Special, Blues for My Mother, Woza Mama, Abantabami, Jacquelyne, Mamaye. Gumede also mixed rich musical colours into the music he made with Sakhile, a band he formed in 1981. Gumede’s 1992 album, Thank You for Listening, received an OKTV award as the Best African Fusion Album, confirming his status as one of the premier musicians on the continent. Other career highlights include work with Dollar Brand, Timmy Thomas, Winston Mankunku Harare, Kippie Moeketsie, Mango Groove and Vicky Sampson.
Ubuntu-Humanity, Sipho Gumede's second solo album for . 2000 is a predominantly instrumental album featuring the cream of South African musicians and many other artists from the Outernational Meltdown, including Pops Mohamed, Madala Kunene, the late Moses Molelekwa, Mabi Thobejane, Barney Bophela and Zim Ncqawane. Ubuntu, an inherently African concept, encapsulates the values of being honest, sharing with those in need, passing on what you know to the young, respecting everyone, saving life at all costs and criticizing constructively
|1||Please Don't Dance Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||4:32|
|2||Tugela River Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:30|
|3||Township Jive Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:06|
|4||Hammersdale Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:42|
|5||Song for Johnny Dyani Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||6:31|
|6||Faces and Places||Sipho Gumede||6:31|
|7||Down Freedom Avenue Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||6:40|
|8||Godfather Special Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:44|
|9||Ngiyabonga (Thanking You) Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:47|
|10||Village Lullaby Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:54|
|11||Isomiso (Drought) Sipho Gumede||Sipho Gumede||5:47|
Credits:Barney Bophela - Keyboards, Piano, Synthesizer
Sipho Gumede - Bass, Composer, Primary Artist
Beulah Hashe - Vocals (Background)
John Hassan - Congas, Shaker
Faca Kulu - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Prince Lengoasa - Trumpet
Kenny Mathaba - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic)
Bheki Mbatha - Trombone
Chris Merz - Saxophone
Mandla Mgabhi - Percussion
Themba Mkhize - Strings
Pops Mohamed - Maracas Mbira
José Neto - Guitar
Lindiwe Ngwane - Vocals
Tu Nokwe - Vocals (Background)
Phumzile Ntuli - Vocals (Background)
S'thembiso Ntuli - Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Shaluza Max - Vocals
Mabi Thobejane - African Drums, Congas, Percussion
Byron Wallen - Trumpet