domingo, março 08, 2009


I bought this album a week ago at Moyo's (a place simply indescribable in the outskirts of Stellenbosch, South Africa - you just have to visit it!) when I went there for the first time with a group of women friends.

Ambient Africa

Ancient sounds are what we call "ambient" today. Blending indigenous instruments and modern sounds with voice is a method of preserving indigenous sounds in a contemporary way

I'm Free

(Written for the soundtrack of The Return of Saartjie Baartman)
Saartjie Baartman was known as the 'Hottentot Venus' as her sexuality was linked with the Goddess of Love

African Meditation

"Life is light and light is life, and so colour is sound and sound colour"
Sufi Inayet Khan

The Healing

Let's heal ourselves

{Except for the last, the words describing the songs are by Pops Mohammed}

4 comentários:

Atlântico Azul disse...

Wow to you, Koluki, for finding this CD!! It's awsome!!

I will try to find this CD on IMEEM and put these songs on our playing list, ok?


Atlântico Azul disse...

I only found one song from this specific album, called «The colour of Love». I've put it in our playing list.

Koluki disse...

Thanks SG... I mean, AZ!
Or is it A to Z?


[ssshhhh... don't tell anyone but I'm on my way to Luanda...]

Sailor Girl disse...

LOL to you, my Dear Friend!
Please send me an email with some air from Angola, with rays of sunset and some soil in it, ok? I miss them so much...