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African psychedelic-rock was particularly significant in Zambia, whose Hendrix-influenced “Zam-rock” scene produced: Chrissy Zebby Tembo’s My Ancestors (1974), Witch’s Introduction (1973) and Lazy Bones (1975), Musi-Tunya’s Wings Of Africa (1975), fronted by guitarist Rikki Ililonga, Amanaz’s Africa (1975), Ngozi Family’s 45,000 Volts (1977), led by guitarist Paul “Ngozi” Nyirongo and working mostly as Tembo’s backing band, plus Nigeria’s Tirogo Float (1977).

As is typical of Cuban jazz musicians who defect to the U.S., Ray Ban Sunglasses Price Outlet, their jazz playing fully matured when they moved to the country where jazz was born. ‘San Song’ features South Africans Zim Ngqawana, Andile Yenana and Norwegians Bjorn Ole Solberg, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and Paal Nilssen-Love.

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