“Sishong Sa Melodi” by Various Artists - album review

TJR says

12 vocal jive hits from recent single sides, themed around the South African girl groups of the day. My top track, “Matlare” opens up side 2 of the compilation, and comes from the effortlessly cool Mahotella Queens. The girls must have cared for this one because, as historian Nick Lotay tells, they re-recorded it in 1988 (under the new title of “Mme Ngwana Walla”) for their album “Melodi Yalla”. Composer credits for this one go to acclaimed saxophonist Shadrack Piliso and producer Rupert Bopape. See notes for Nick's extensive overview.

The Jukebox Rebel
06-Jan-2016


A1 [02:20] 7.7.png Dima Sisters - Taba Tsela (Caroline Kapentar) Africana
A2 [01:52] 7.4.png Jabavu Queens - Sponono (?) Africana
A3 [02:07] 8.2.png Dima Sisters - Tsela Tsweu (Rupert Bopape, Zephaniah Nkabinde) Africana
A4 [02:19] 4.5.png ? - ? (?) Rock n Roll Ballad
A5 [02:18] 6.0.png Izingane Zo Mgqashiyo - Kajebane (Shadrack Piliso, Rupert Bopape) Soul
A6 [02:12] 6.2.png Izintombi Zo Moya - Mojiko Wa Soul (Shadrack Piliso, Rupert Bopape) Soul
B1 [02:38] 8.4.png Mahotella Queens - Matlare (Shadrack Piliso, Rupert Bopape) Africana
B2 [02:40] 8.1.png Izingane Zo Mgqashiyo - Dikuku (Virginia Teffo, Rupert Bopape) Africana
B3 [02:12] 6.9.png Izingane Zo Mgqashiyo - Sophie (Virginia Teffo, Shadrack Piliso, Rupert Bopape) Africana
B4 [02:07] 8.1.png Dima Sisters - Mokhosi (Hendrik Ramahali) Africana
B5 [02:15] 7.3.png Dima Sisters - Malakia (Elias Lerole) Africana
B6 [02:29] 7.8.png Marula Boom Stars - Tshiwanyana (Marks Mankwane, Rupert Bopape) Africana




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