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Aloe Blacc “Bailar” – New Version, Photos by Listen Recovery, 2005

Posted in Aloe Blacc, download single song on November 6, 2011 by Listen Recovery

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Unreleased track by Aloe Blacc, Photos by Renz De Madrugada, 2005 (download mp3)

Posted in Aloe Blacc, download single song on November 6, 2011 by Listen Recovery

It’s been a long time coming…

photos by Renz De Madrugada

Robert “Bob” Nesta Marley, WISDOM 1968 acoustic (download mp3)

Posted in download single song, Reggae Archives, Roger Steffens Archives on September 9, 2011 by Listen Recovery

WISDOM < (download link)

LOS SAICOS – Camiza de fuerza (download mp3)

Posted in download single song, Pre-Punk Peru, psycodelico south america on August 28, 2011 by Listen Recovery

https://rapidshare.com/files/310333571/Los_Saicos_-_Camisa_de_fuerza.mp3

PAUL MACCARTNEY – Check out my machine (download single track)

Posted in download single song, Paul MacCartney, The Beatles stories on August 15, 2011 by Listen Recovery

CHECK OUT MY MACHINE – Paul MacCantney – from Waterfalls LP

LOS CHAPILLACS “ODISEA Cumbia 3000” (download single mp3)

Posted in Cumbias, download single song, Los Chapillacs, Peru Cumbia, photography on June 26, 2011 by Listen Recovery

LOS CHAPILLACS BIO (Castellano)

Os Alegres “Wenda Sola”, Angola AFRICA (download mp3)

Posted in Africa stories, Afro Sounds, Angola Music, download single song, RadioDiffusion Music on June 19, 2011 by Listen Recovery

Wenda Solá (download mp3)

Os Alegres, which translate to “The Glad Ones” in Portuguese, were from Angola.

The music of Angola has been shaped both by wider musical trends and by the political history of the country. In the 20th century, Angola has been wracked by violence and political instability. Its musicians have been oppressed by government forces, both during the period of Portuguese colonization and after independence. Angolan music also influenced another Lusophone music in Brazil and Cuban music.

The capital and largest city of Angola is Luanda, home to a diverse group of styles including Angolan merengue (based on Dominican merengue), kilapanda and semba, the last being a genre with roots intertwined with that of Brazilian samba music.

Compared to many of its neighbors in Southern Africa, as well as other Portuguese colonies (especially Cape Verde), Angola’s music has had little international success. The first group to become known outside of Angola was Orquestra os Jovens do Prenda, who were most popular from the late 1960s to the early 1970s, and have continued sporadically performing and recording since.

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