Sk Kakraba Lobi - Kanbile (Solo And Ensemble Xylophone Music Of Ghana) album mp3
Kanbile (Solo And Ensemble Xylophone Music Of Ghana) (CD, Album). Awesome Tapes From Africa.
In September 2013 his band the SK Kakraba Band released a self-titled album as a cassette on Holy Page. It was ranked at number 1 on Fact Magazine's list of "the 20 best cassette releases of 2013," with Brad Rose of the publication writing: "This music has serious soul. Everything about these tunes is purely ecstatic. The solo album Yonye was released July 2015 by Sun Ark Records, a label run by experimental musician Sun Araw as a splinter label to Drag City . Kanbile (Solo And Ensemble Xylophone Music Of Ghana) (Pentatonic Press, 2014). Yonye (Sun Ark Records, 2015).
Kakraba Lobi download free and listen online. Sk Kakraba Lobi Saanfudongtarafere. Kakraba Lobi Xylophone Solo.
Hailing from Lobi country in Upper West Region, Ghana, SK was a young and active member of the music community around Accra. We stayed in touch over the years, crossing paths again later when I returned to Ghana. Now he lives in LA (where I am currently based) and we’ve been hanging out and thought it would be cool to release a record. Solo gyil, very intense, very beautiful. This is the first time ATFA has done a new recording as an official LP/CD/Digital/Tape release. Liner notes describe the background of each piece and there are some lovely SK photos to boot. Ernie Bornheimer says
SK Kakraba is master of the gyil, Ghanaian xylophone made of 14 wooden slats strung across calabash gourd resonators. The gyil’s earthy sound can be heard in parts of Upper West and Northern Regions of Ghana, as well as Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and beyond, where it goes by other names. The characteristic buzzing timbre might sound odd to foreign ears
Listen to music from SK Kakraba like Darifu, Gunn & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from SK Kakraba. SK Kakraba plays the gyil, a wooden xylophone from northern Ghana. He is one of he world's best known masters of the instrument which he has learned since early childhood. This release is the first "new" recording for Awesome Tapes From Africa.
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Written By – Paul Desmond
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