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Keith MlevhuBanafimbusa

Label:Mac Bullet – KMMLP 001
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Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Zambia
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Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:African, Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock, Country

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A1Banafimbusa
A2Dzikolino Ni Zambia
A3Mwana Opanda Bambo
A4Lesa Wetu Yewayuka
A5Nkonkonko Kuchibi
B1Wemayo Tulachula
B2Na Chansa
B3Achimwene
B4Liyense
B5The Bad Will Die.
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Born in Chingola on the 14th September, 1950. Keith has been in the Musical scene for more than ten years and has all along been a Musician. The only lonely son of Mr and Mrs Mlevhu, first burst on the Music front with the Dynamagic, New Orleans, Rave Five, Macbeth, The End and Aqualung. Sticking with these outfits restricted Keith from experimenting on his ideas, so after the break-up of Aqualung Keith went solo. Then things started happening. What things? Everything that is on this Album you are holding. Here he brings you, some ... old Zambian tunes that have been existing for more than half a century. Keith has revamped and given that extra special treatment that make you turn the volume of your gram a little louder so as to soak in the moods that Keith takes you through. Now that you have finished reading this, play the music.

Special thanks to Cosmos Zani for his contributions on the Keyboard, on songs like Banafimbusa, Achimwene and Na Chansa. I would also like to extend my special thanks to the following ZBS guys: Charles Mando, Mannasseh Phiri, Timmy Mvula, Frank Mutubila. Spin one more time for everybody out there. Lastly, special thanks to the Godfather of Radio Matteo the Phiri Boy for his unqualified support all the time. For you I have got side two cut 1 and cut 4. Hope to hear you on my saucepan radio.
KEITH MLEVHU

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