Tags ethiopian, world, timeless
Artists Seyfu Yohannes, Dub Colossus, Alèmayèhu Eshèté
January 16, 2012
You never forget your first Ethiopian record. Thank you budamusique.com for all those coffins full of treasures.
I grew up listening to Tezeta by Seyfu Yohannes and this reminds me of my childhood :)
Thank you for sharing cannot stop listening!!
You're welcome. I'll make a Volume 2 somewhere in the future.
I love it! Do you understand Amharic?
No, I don't understand Amharic, but I suppose the lyrics are as touching as the music?
1000x times better ..
F***ING AWESOME. I've always been curious about that "Ethiopiques" series, and now I'm kicking myself for never checking one out!
I picked up Vol. 8 "Swinging Addis" and am really diggin it. I think I'll go for a more jazz oriented one next time. I AM hooked. Thanks again! I also pushed your mix on some friends, and that's going over well.
Vol. 4 is the most jazz oriented I think. It features Duke Ellington on the cover, and the tracks are by Mulate Astatke, who is still touring! Enjoy!
Oh neat. I have a recent album by Mulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics (which I really like), so it'll be cool to hear where it started.
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