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Darifu - SK Kakraba* - Songs Of Paapieye (CD, Album)

On 01.09.2019 by Grohn With 1 Comments - Rock

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    Kejas 08.09.2019
    Songs of Paapieye surveys a deliberate snapshot of SK’s hereditary Lobi repertoire heard through the lens of a stripped-down, and sometimes spare-sounding, solo gyil. The album focuses on a selection of SK’s favorite song cycles, funeral dirges, improvised interpretations on traditional songs and original compositions—and combinations thereof.
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    JoJozil 11.09.2019
    SK Kakraba: Songs Of Paapieye (CD) - Amazing sounds on an instrument we'd never heard before – the gyil, a version of the xylophone -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
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    Moogujora 03.09.2019
    Audio CD $ 4 Used from $ 10 New from $ Vinyl Stream Songs of Paapieye by SK Kakraba and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample) 1. Lubile Prai. Lubile Prai. Listen Now $ 2. Banyere Yo. Banyere Yo.
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    Manris 07.09.2019
    SK Kakraba “Songs of Paapieye” Long before Awesome Tapes From Africa, I was in Ghana as a student in where I met a lot of musicians. One musician SK Kakraba was around the university working a lot and his uncle was super famous for his gyil (wooden xylophone made of calabash gourds with spiderweb silk covers the holes for buzzing) mastery.
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    Faunos 10.09.2019
    Released as the first 'new' recording on music blog turned record label Awesome Tapes from Africa, Songs of Paapieye, which marks the western recording debut of Ghanian artist SK Kakraba, is a record which necessitates, and rewards, deep investigation.
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    Gacage 03.09.2019
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    Tegul 02.09.2019
    Awesome Tapes return to vinyl/cd waters with this visceral collection of beautiful solo-xylophone pieces from Ghanaian player SK Kakraba. A compendium of electrified traditional pieces and modes from the West African country, ATFA boss Brian Shimkovitz has known Kakraba for many years – since student times – and has managed to coax and play out a body of works which sounds vivid, fresh.
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    Mishura 06.09.2019
    SK Kakraba Lobi is a Master Xylophonist from Ghana, the nephew of Master Xylophonist Kakraba tiaphabedihdezilteraterteveket.coinfo is a Master of the Gyil, which means he is both an instrument maker and a virtuoso performer. The Gyil is the Ghanaian Xylophone, and the primary instrument of the Lobi, Sisala, and Dagara people of Northern Ghana. It is constructed of 14 wooden slats suspended over calabash gourds that have.
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    Garan 06.09.2019
    There are not a ton of recordings of gyil music out there, even with the never-ending flood of online streaming resources. Songs of Paapieye captures the richness of the traditional gyil repertoire, the sonic depth of the instrument, and the polyrhythmic complexity of Kakraba’s playing. In addition to the cassette format, the album is available as LP, CD and digital downloads.

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