“Uskhandamayeza” by The Tulips - album review

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TJR says

In the disco era, an mbaqanga-soul fusion is proving to be popular in South Africa, and this release on the EMI subsidiary label, Ring Ring, is pitched at that market. The LP was produced by EMI's Roxy 'Black Cat' Butelezi, active since the late 60s as a player and a producer. It's too poppy too often to be loved by me, but it has its moments, with two cuts - “Mama Ka Sibongile” and “Sofasilahlane” - worth the cherry-picking.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Aug-2014

A1 [03:20] 7.0.png The Tulips - Mama Ka Sibongile (Moses Ngwenya) Africana
A2 [03:07] 5.5.png The Tulips - Sthandwa Sami (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Africana
A3 [02:49] 5.8.png The Tulips - Ukushonelwa Abazali (Paul Hlatshwayo) Africana
A4 [02:30] 4.7.png The Tulips - Umeni Uyakhohlwa (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Pop
A5 [02:39] 5.1.png The Tulips - Thathakancane (M. Nene) Pop
A6 [03:23] 5.9.png The Tulips - Uskhandamayeza (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Africana
B1 [02:45] 4.3.png The Tulips - Nhlebi Ndini (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Pop
B2 [03:18] 4.7.png The Tulips - Thokozile (W. Ndlovu, J. Ndlela) Pop
B3 [02:50] 4.4.png The Tulips - Sibonisane (M. Nene) Pop
B4 [03:11] 6.5.png The Tulips - Sofasilahlane (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Africana
B5 [02:55] 4.9.png The Tulips - Inyumbazane (Roxy Z. Buthelezi) Africana
B6 [03:03] 4.3.png The Tulips - Uyazicabangela (Rosie) (I. Mathunjwa) Pop




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