“The Sound Of Motella (Town And Country)” by Various Artists - album review

TJR says

The second long playing record published by Gallo’s Motella imprint, following on from “Meet The Mahotella Queens” in 1964. The album mainly compiles a selection of instrumental sax and harmonica jives previously issued as 78s.

The Jukebox Rebel
07-Jul-2014

A1 [02:25] 6.5.png Mario and his khaila alto - Jive March Time (Rupert Bopape / Shadrack Piliso) Africana
A2 [02:43] 6.4.png Hlathi and Mahlathini - Khonza Egagasini (Simon Nkabinde) Africana
A3 [02:13] 6.5.png Marks Mankwane and his alto sax - Kap Kap Jive (Marks Mankwane) Africana
A4 [02:17] 6.2.png Anania Wa Mfolo - Khula Anania (Anania Makoena) Africana
A5 [02:39] 6.6.png Jazz Manikiniki - Raai Raai (Shadrack Piliso) Africana
A6 [02:21] 6.9.png Jazz Manikiniki - Mayoyo (Rupert Bopape) Africana
A7 [02:27] 6.0.png Jazz Manikiniki - Welcome 1966 (Rupert Bopape) Africana
B1 [02:18] 5.9.png D. Makhekhe and his sax - Qhude Manikiniki (Shadrack Piliso) Africana
B2 [02:28] 6.5.png D. Makhekhe and his sax - Ginyitshe (Rupert Bopape / Shadrack Piliso) Africana
B3 [02:41] 6.6.png Pyjama Party Band - Fukuzela (Shadrack Piliso) Africana
B4 [02:23] 5.8.png David Khanyile and his alto sax - Tha Tha U Thu Thuke (David Khanyile) Africana
B5 [02:36] 6.7.png Jazz Manikiniki - Meropa Morago (Rupert Bopape) Africana
B6 [02:26] 6.1.png Marks and his alto sax - Phalaborwa (Marks Mankwane) Africana
B7 [02:23] 6.6.png Mario and his khaila alto - Jive Smodern Jive No.4 (Rupert Bopape / Shadrack Piliso) Africana




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