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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: The Rough Guide To South African Gospel
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Various - The Rough Guide To South African Gospel download album

Americans might be quite familiar with American gospel music, but gospel from South Africa as featured on The Rough Guide to South African Gospel refracts the same ideas through a prism that makes them completely different.

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Rebecca Malope (born 30 June 1968) is a South African gospel singer. She hosts the TV show It's Gospel Time. Malope was born in Kanyamazane, South Africa. Her musical story started in 1986. Rebecca has released 32 albums in a music career spanning more than 27 years to date. In 2009 she released her 30th album, entitled My Hero, containing double CDs. In April 2010 she released her 31st album. On 14 March 2011, Malope released her 32nd album, Ukuthula (which translates as "Peace"). She was quoted in a local newspaper saying: In Ukuthula people must expect rejuvenating sounds and I love the whole album. I decided on that name after thinking about the state the world is in today. People have no peace. There is war everywhere, even in churches.

The Rough Guide to South African Gospel. The first five entries on this list are from individual artists and choirs; the rest (including this one) are multi-artist compilations. The excellent Rough Guide to South African Gospel is a great place to start if you're looking for a smooth introduction to the genre, and it comes with well-written and very complete liner notes. God Bless Africa also covers a good range of well-known to completely obscure artists and really does make for a nice introduction to the genre and the wide range of sounds that it covers.

This Rough Guide celebrates the legacy of many of the great players and showcases the wealth of burgeoning jazz talent emerging from the Rainbow Nation  . One of the most prominent figures of the South African jazz movement is the composer and pianist Abdullah Ibrahim, whose career spans over 50 years, including a performance at Nelson Mandela’s 1994 Presidential inauguration.

The Rough Guide to the Music of South Africa is a world music compilation album originally released in 1998. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album spotlights the music of South Africa. Liner notes were written by Tom Andrews and Rob Allingham, a discographer and music historian specializing in South Africa. Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer

No South African compilation can do everything. There are too many musicians, too many niche markets, too many different groups inside the one country, and not enough time to cover them all. The major black genres are covered (except gospel, which has its own Rough Guide), yet there's nothing here from the white South Africans. That wouldn't seem strange if Phil Stanton hadn't included a jokey Afrikaans number from Lucky Dube going under his Oom Hansie pseudonym. The song, "Waar's My Pyp?" first came out on a 1986 cassette album called Help My Krap, and it's.

Its widespread popularity within South Africa has spilled over to the international stage, with groups and artists such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Rebecca Malope. The Rough Guide To South African Gospel brings together twenty-two performances recorded over the last forty years, to cover the entire range of local styles, from apostolic choirs to pop-influenced gospel divas, and features the most famous artists in the field. Author: Angel Romero. Angel Romero y Ruiz has been writing about world music music for many years.

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