Madala Kunene & Themba Mokoena
feat Ali Faque(South Africa)
"Durban Poison At Last!"
Madalaline Records - 2019

Madala Kunene & Themba Mokoena

South-African Roots

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Musicians:

Madala Kunene - guitars, vocals
Themba Mokoena -  guitars
Ali Faque -  guitars

Tracklist:

01 Liyana - Imvula (feat. Paki Peloeole Kgosietsile & Matthias Abaecherli) 9:06
02 Konothwele (feat. Lerato lichaba, Matthias Abaecherli & Mabi Gabriel Thobejane) [Ali Faque Version] 7:16
03 Sgubu (feat. Paki Peloeole Kgosietsile) 5:56
04 Umphefumulo (feat. Ali Faque, Paki Peloeole Kgosietsile & Matthias Abaecherli) [Ali Faque Version] 6:55
05 Marabi (feat. Paki Peloeole Kgosietsile & Matthias Abaecherli) [Umkhumbane Blues] 4:15
06 Durban Poison Improvisations 3:49
07 Umoya (feat. Paki Peloeole Kgosietsile & Matthias Abaecherli) 5:31

MADALA KUNENE King Of The Zulu Guitar Li
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PREVIOUS RELEASES

Internationally recognized as an exponent of the Zulu musical culture, Madala Kunene, born in Cato Menor (South Africa), as a child lived with his family the horrors of apartheid and his beginnings as a guitarist were extremely difficult. The identification with his roots led him to deepen the indigenous musical tradition in Durban, appearing often in compilations since the mid-90s and recording his first album "Konko Man" in 2000. From that moment Mandala Kunene travels the world as "king of Zulu guitar", clearly showing where the most ancient roots of blues music come from.

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