|2||Usiji Gambe (Don't Boast Yourself)|
Lead Vocals – Mohammed Ilyas
|3||Masikini Roho Yako|
Lead Vocals – Aziza Abdullah
|4||Nipepee (Cool Me With Your Fan)|
Lead Vocals – Seif Salim
Lead Vocals – Sihaba Juma
|6||Pendo La Wasikitisha (Love Regrets Them)|
Lead Vocals – Mohammed Ilyas
|7||Nna Zama (I'm Drowning In The Sea And I Need Help)|
Lead Vocals – Rukhia Ramadan
|8||Waridi Lisilo Miba (A Rose Without A Thorn)|
Lead Vocals – Awadh Salim
Lead Vocals – Maulidi Mohammed
|CDORB 033||Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club||Taarab 2 / Music Of Zanzibar (CD, Album)||Globe Style||CDORB 033||UK||1988|
- Compiled By – Ben Mandelson
- Design [Sleeve] – David Farrow
- Photography By – Roger Armstrong
- Photography By [60's Malindi Club] – Seif Salim Saleh
- Producer – Humid Beinz
- Recorded By, Producer [Post Production], Photography By – Adam Skeaping
"Taraab" is referred to on the sleeve as "the urban sound of Zanzibar".
"Taraab Music" is linked to the concept of profane trance in performance as well as music itself. In KiSwahili meaning a group of musicians getting together to entertain themselves and others, describing the event as well as the music performed.
Made in West Germany
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- Barcode: 029667303316
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout Stamped): DMC-3294 A-1/7-88
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout Stamped): DMC-3294 B-1/7-88
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Published By – Copyright Control
This album, from the Ikhwani Safaa club, shows off the basic sounds of the genre. The club is a musical institution on the small island, founded by the sultan of Zanzibar in 1905. Women were allowed to join after the revolution of 1964. Now the sound is full and definitely shows its influences from the rest of the African coast, the gulf, and the far-off subcontinental styles, though the language is still largely Swahili in origin. The Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club of Zanzibar: Scheherezade L'Andalous, Extended Version, Violin Taksim, Bolero, Extended Version и другие песни. The Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club of Zanzibar - Kanun Taksim, Oud Taksim, Dance Bacchanale, Violin Taksim, Carmen in Africa, Bolero, Extended Version, Scheherezade L' Andalous, Scheherezade L'Andalous, Extended Version и. Listen free to Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club Taarab 2, Music of Zanzibar Afkari Thoughts, Usiji Gambe Don't Boast Yourself and more. 9 tracks 51:29. Taarab 2, Music of Zanzibar. Play album. Get album. The Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club was founded in 1905 following the Sultan's intention to create recreational associations on the island. The name itself means brothers who love one another and reflects the egalitarian an read more. Album 2008 10 Songs. Taarab 2. Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club. World , : The Music Of Zanzibar Series Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Customers who bought this item also bought these digital items. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Taarab 4. Culture Musical Club. One of the first Taarab orchestras formed in 1905. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Don't Boast Yourself. Taarab 2, 2008. Afkari, 05:45. Kanilemaza, 05:58. Topic Topic, A7S - Breaking Me ft. A7S. Radio Free Music. Robbie Williams Feel. Mabel Don't Call Me Up. Радио Рекорд - Big Hits. Corona The Rythm of the Night. BROKEN RADIO CHANNEL. Justin Bieber Stuck with U. 프로필: The Nadi Ikhwan Safaa also known as Malindi is a Zanzibarian Taraab orchestra. It was founded in 1905 and Zanzibars oldest orchestra. Nadi Ikhwan Safaa Malindi Musical Club, was founded following the Sultans intention to create recreational associations on the island. The name itself means brothers who love one another , and reflects the egalitarian and supportive aims of the club. Taarab 2, Music Of Zanzibar Comp, Album. 2 버전. Globe Style. Formed in 1905, this was one of the very first taraab orchestras and has endured throughout this century with obviously a revolving membership. They Safaa and Culture Musical Club founded in 1958 remain the leading Zanzibar taarab orchestras. Taarabs first modern superstar ascended in 1928 with the Swahili singer Siti bint Saad who appeared on hundreds of 78s, many of them recorded in India. Unlike the majority of taarab which was sung in Arabic, Saad sang in Swahili and presaged a change in the direction of the music. Some taarab clubs switched from Arabic to Swahili names, although many have reverted back, and musical societies were fully opened to women members. Quick Links