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    Disc 1 : 1920 - 1956
    1-1Marcus GarveyGreetings To Fellow Citizens Of Africa0:25
    1-2Art Hickman's New York London Five*Soudan2:33
    1-3Eubie BlakeSounds Of Africa (a.k.a. Charleston Rag)3:08
    1-4King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandZulu's Ball2:29
    1-5Sam ManningAfrican Blues2:55
    1-6Louis ArmstrongThe King Of The Zulus3:20
    1-7Duke EllingtonEast St. Louis Toodle-oo (version 2) 3:00
    1-8Ted LewisEgyptian Ella3:17
    1-9Don RedmanShakin' The African2:50
    1-10The Mills BrothersJungle Fever3:11
    1-11Wilmoth HoudiniAfrican Love Call 2:53
    1-12The Lion (2)Hojoe African War Song2:47
    1-13Sidney BechetJungle Drums2:29
    1-14Solomon Linda W/The Evening Birds*Mbube2:44
    1-15Louis ArmstrongYou've Got Me Voodoo'd2:57
    1-16The Golden Gate Jubilee QuartetI'm A Pilgrim3:12
    1-17Slim & SlamAfrican Jive2:47
    1-18Rex StewartMenelik The Lion Of Juda3:19
    1-19Red Norvo SeptetCongo Blues3:19
    1-20Dizzy GillespieA Night In Tunisia 3:07
    1-21The Big Three TrioSignifying Monkey (Aka The Jungle King) 2:54
    1-22Kumina Congregation*Kumina Bailo2:27
    1-23John Canoe GroupJohn Canoe Music1:46
    1-24Pukkumina Congregation*Pukkumina Cymbal 7:58
    Disc 2 : 1946 - 1962
    2-1Charlie ParkerA Night In Tunisia3:03
    2-2Cab CallowayThe Jungle King (Aka Signifying Monkey)3:17
    2-3Annisteen AllenBongo Boogie2:38
    2-4Blind Blake And The Royal Victoria Hotel CalypsosGoombay Drum2:47
    2-5Fats DominoMardi Gras In New Orleans2:20
    2-6James "Sugar Boy" CrawfordJock-O-Mo (Aka Iko Iko)2:30
    2-7The Jayhawks (2)Stranded In The Jungle2:50
    2-8Lord LebbyEthiopia3:01
    2-9Lord KitchenerBirth Of Ghana2:49
    2-10Lloyd ThomasRookombey3:04
    2-11Bill Fleming (3)Voodoo Woman2:21
    2-12Alwyn RichardsObeah Man2:21
    2-13Duke EllingtonNew Orleans2:30
    2-14Duke EllingtonHey, Buddy Bolden4:52
    2-15Mongo SantamariaAfro Blue3:55
    2-16Duke EllingtonCongo Square5:27
    2-17Wilbur Harden & John ColtraneDial Africa8:41
    2-18Art BlakeyComments On African Drums1:56
    2-19Art BlakeyThe Sacrifice5:12
    2-20Eugene ListLa Savane5:12
    2-21Duke EllingtonFleurette Africaine3:36
    Disc 3 : 1956 - 1962
    3-1The CadetsStranded In The Jungle3:05
    3-2Warren Smith (3)Ubangi Stomp1:59
    3-3Sonny StittTwo For Timbuktu3:21
    3-4Randy WestonKucheza Blues8:06
    3-5Oscar Brown Jr.Signifyin' Monkey4:01
    3-6 The TokensThe Lion Sleeps Tonight2:41
    3-7Ahmed Abdul-MalikLa Ibkey5:50
    3-8Art BlakeyAfrique6:56
    3-9Art BlakeyAyiko Ayiko7:11
    3-10Bill Barnwell, Count Ossie & The WareikasMoose The Mooche9:08
    3-11John ColtraneAfrica16:28
    3-12Max RoachGarvey's Ghost7:52
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    Credits

    • Booklet Editor, Written By, Compiled ByBruno Blum

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    • Barcode: 3 561302 539720

    Reviews

    Farjenk's profile picture
    Farjenk
    Edited 3 years ago
    From back cover of release:

    "The lushness of the Tropics, scantily-clad bodies, tribal aesthetics and syncopated rhythms… from the famous loin-cloth worn by Josephine Baker to Elizabeth Taylor’s performance as Cleopatra, Africa has always had a place of choice in the popular imagery of the 20th century. Whether as roots giving unity to separate black identities, the cradle of humanity, or the reflection of original purity, Africa - real, supposed or imaginary - has influenced most of the music, dance-forms and graphic arts of the last hundred years. With detailed comments from Bruno Blum, these splendid titles have been placed in the historic context of the Civil Rights struggle and the independence of the West Indies and the dark continent." (Source unknown)