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Afro-Cuban Jazz
  • Artista:
    Mulatu Astatke
  • Título:
    Sketches Of Ethiopia
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  • Estilo:
    Afro-Cuban Jazz
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  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    1836 mb
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    1064 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2521 mb
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Lista de canciones

Lead Vocals – Fatoumata Diawara
2Assosa Derache10:03
3Hager Fiker6:08
5Motherland Abay8:34


  • Arranged By, ProducerMulatu Astatke
  • Double Bass, Bass [Step Ahead Band]John Edwards
  • Drums [Step Ahead Band]Tom Skinner
  • Flute [Washint]Yohanes Afwork
  • Flute, Oboe, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet [Step Ahead Band]James Arben
  • Keyboards, Cello [Step Ahead Band]Danny Keane
  • Lute [Krarr]Messale Asmamow
  • Lute [Masinko]Indris Hassun
  • Other [Lead Vocals] – Tesfaye (tracks: 2, 4, 6, Etc.)
  • Percussion [Step Ahead Band]Richard Olatunde Baker
  • Piano, Keyboards [Step Ahead Band]Alexander Hawkins
  • Trumpet [Step Ahead Band]Byron Wallen
  • Vibraphone, Piano, KeyboardsMulatu Astatke


Comes in a cardboard sleeve.

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 3 149027 001304
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jazz Village
  • Copyright (c) – Jazz Village
  • Distributed By – Harmonia Mundi


Mulatu Of Ethiopia by Mulatu Astatke, released 19 May 2017 1. Mulatu 2. Mascaram Setaba 3. Dewel 4. Kulunmanqueleshi 5. Kasalefkut-Hulu 6. Munaye 7. Chifara Strut present the first official reissue of a landmark album in the field of African music, Mulatu Astatkes Mulatu Of Ethiopia from 1972. Recorded in New York, the album arrived at a time when Astatke had begun to master the delicate fusion of styles needed to create Ethio jazz. I left the UK for America and studied at Berklee College in Boston. I learnt the technical aspects of jazz and gained a beautiful understanding of many differe. Recording Location. Maettku Studio, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Studio Ferber, Paris, France. Studio La Buissonne, Pernes-Les-Fontaines, France. The Fish Factory Studios, London, England. Submit Corrections. Mulatu Astatke. Sketches of Ethiopia. Live images from Mulatu Astatke's new album Sketches of Ethiopia - Mulatu Astatke and Step Ahead New single Gamo 2013 available of Ethiopia is trumpeted as Astatke's first release on an international label in fifty years, though that honor should probably go to UK label Strut Records, who released Mulatu Steps Ahead in 2010. For anyone interested in Astatke's early music check out the compilations New York-Addis-London: The Story of Ethio Jazz Strut Records, 2009 or Ethiopiques Vol 4: Ethio Jazz & Musique Instrumentale 1969-1974 Buda Musique, 1998, which revisits Astatke's early 1970s releases in Ethiopia. As good as his early stuff is, however, Astatke's music today has greater c. Album 2017 14 Songs. Mulatu of Ethiopia Mulatu Astatke. Sketches of Ethiopia Bonus Track Version. Ethio jazz vol. Listen free to Mulatu Astatke Sketches of Ethiopia Azmari, Gamo and more. 8 tracks 52:48. Mulatu Astatke: vibraphone, piano, keyboards Yohanes Afwork: washint James Arben: flute, oboe, tenor saxophone, clarinet Messale Asmamow: krar Richard Olatunde Baker: percussion John Edwards: double bass, bass. Mulato Astatke combines western and African flavours on a classy 'Ethio-jazz' set, writes Neil Spencer. It's a classy suite, with the talents of trumpeter Byron Wallen and reedsman James Arben alongside Astatke's ethereal vibraphone. Almost everything has a funk undertow, especially centrepiece Assosa Derache, but there are quieter moments, such as Motherland Abay, plus fiery vocals from Tesfaye and a guest spot from Mali's Fatoumata Diawara. Mulatu Astatke Amharic: ሙላቱ አስታጥቄ mulatu ästaṭḳe French pronunciation: Astatqé born 19 December 1943 is an Ethiopian musician and arranger considered as the father of Ethio-jazz. Born in the western Ethiopian city of Jimma, Mulatu was musically trained in London, New York City, and Boston where he combined his jazz and Latin music interests with traditional Ethiopian music. Astatke led his band while playing vibraphone and conga drums-instruments that he introduced into Ethiopian popular music-as. Astatkes 1970s back catalogue only gained worldwide recognition through the Ethiopiques compilations and songs featured in Jim Jarmuschs Broken Flowers. Our journalists will try to respond by joining the threads when they can to create a true meeting of independent Premium