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Tag(s): African Traditions South Africa. 01. Cup And Saucer - Hamba Ntombi (Go, Girl) 02. Cup And Saucer - Uhlekani Emzini (Why Are You Happy!)
So that leaves B3 & B4, one of which must be Sebotimo. Vakari doesn't play on any other track on the album so I can't match it that way. Where's Dr. Frank? 9 July 2009 at 14:43 Iscathamiya - Zulu Worker Choirs in South Africa. Kris Okotie - I Need Somebody.
ISCATHAMIYA: ZULU WORKER CHOIRS IN SOUTH AFRICA (Heritage) Put off by its ethnographic audio, I shelved this as a field reference until my boundless thirst for knowledge induced me to take it out and turn it up. Whereupon it exploded. SOUTH AFRICAN TRADE UNION WORKER CHOIRS (Rounder) These groups have an aura of officialdom, as if organized at the workplace by wily fomenters of solidarity. Women make themselves heard in a traditionally male domain; the style is relatively declamatory, confident of its platform and its captive audience; American jubilee and mass-choir voicings abound; the acronym for "Federation of South African Trade Unions" bedecks six of the twenty-five titles.
In European understanding, a cappella is also used to describe this form of singing. The word itself does not have a literal translation; it is derived from the Zulu verb -cathama, which means walking softly, or tread carefully. Isicathamiya contrasts with an earlier name for Zulu a cappella singing, mbube, meaning "lion"
|–Cup And Saucer||Hamba Ntombi (Go, Girl)||1:44|
|–Cup And Saucer||Uhlekani Emzini (Why Are You Happy?)||6:47|
|–Cup And Saucer||Akasangibhaleli (She No Longer Writes To Me)||2:41|
|–Jabula Home Defenders||Where You Come From?||6:18|
|–Jabula Home Defenders||Ngithole Indaba (I Have Discovered Wonders)||3:54|
|–Jabula Home Defenders||Ngifuna Imali (I Want Money)||2:25|
|–Xolo Home Boys||Buya Afrika (Come Back Africa!)||2:08|
|–Kings Boys||Sawubona Ntombazane (Greetings, Girl)||5:12|
|–Kings Boys||Just A Closer Walk With Thee||1:45|
|–Kings Boys||Thula Sthandwa Sami (Be Quiet My Love)||1:32|
|–GMC Good Boys||Walala Uphenduka Njengesangoma (You Are Inconsistent Like A Witchdoctor)||2:50|
|–Durban High Stars||Lapha eSandlwana (Here At iSandlwana)||2:47|
|–Durban High Stars||Siyolila Sonke (We Shall See)||4:26|
|–SABC Easy Walkers||Imbube (Lion)||2:05|
|–SABC Easy Walkers||Sawubona Baba (Greetings To You, Father)||2:48|
|HT 313||Various||Iscathamiya: Zulu Worker Choirs In South Africa (LP, Comp)||Heritage||HT 313||UK||1986|
|HT CD 43||Various||Iscathamiya: Zulu Worker Choirs In South Africa (CD, Comp, RE)||Heritage||HT CD 43||UK||1999|