LISTEN ALL AROUND: THE GOLDEN AGE OF CENTRAL AND EAST AFRICAN MUSIC

HUGH TRACEY ヒュー・トレイシー

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レーベル
DUST TO DIGITAL
国(Country)
US
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CD
組数
2
規格番号
DTD052CD
通販番号
1007622217
発売日
2018年06月20日
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0880226005221
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SP音源を中心に幻の音源を良音質で復刻するレーベル「DUST TO DIGITAL」新作は、フィールド・レコーディングス第一人者であるヒュー・トレイシーが設立した ILAM (Library of African Music) に残した1950-1958の中央&西アフリカ音源をコンパイル。もちろん同レーベルらしくノイズのほとんどない丁寧なリマスタリングに84ページに及ぶハードカバーブックによる英字解説ありと、今回も全ポピュラー音楽ファン必携の作品となりそう!






2CD/BOOK Legendary ethnomusicologist and field-recording pioneer, Hugh Tracey founded the International Library of African Music (ILAM) in 1954. Today, ILAM preserves thousands of historical recordings and has become the greatest repository of African music in the world. Dust-to-Digital partner with ILAM to present Listen All Around: The Golden Age of Central and East African Music -- a compilation of newly-transferred and remastered recordings that Hugh Tracey made between 1950-1958. The recordings presented here were made in central and eastern Africa -- specifically, the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), Kenya, Tanganyika, and Zanzibar (now Tanzania). The genre of music Tracey documented, and the focus of this double-CD and book is rumba and its variations -- Congolese rumba, dansi, and benga. The recordings, photographs and detailed liner notes included in this set provide a rich point of immersion into the mid-20th-century music of eastern and central Africa. Including 47 newly-transferred and remastered recordings that Hugh Tracey made in central and eastern Africa between 1950-1958, Listen All Around includes 84-page hardcover book and two CDs.

Listen All Around features Kalenga Antonance, Ilunga Patrice, Misomba Victor and Friends, Vijana wa Mbeya with Jim D. Gondwe, Henri Bembele and Orchestra Tinapa, Dar es Salaam Jazz Band, Lang Obiero, Joseph Eluka and Soldiers, Yemba Jean Batiste and Soldiers, Société Edemi de Stanleyville, Bakia Pierre, Morris Kalala, Tauni Mwenasasu and Friend, Coast Social Orchestra, Chemutoi Ketienya and Kipsigis Girls, Sunderland String Band, Lang Obiero, ORCLOS, Kimambo Brothers, ECO African Band, Norbert de Magaro, Ezekiel Kamenga and Luba Men, Mwenda Jean Bosco and Singers, Samuel Colon and Baninga Baye, Chipukizi Rumba, Vijana wa Mbeya, Merry Black Birds, Katanga Dance Orchestra, Salum's Brass Band with Salum Seliman, Chibanda Baudouin, Lake Victoria Band, and Kamwema Jean and His Friends.

- Dust-to-Digital partner with ILAM to present Listen All Around: The Golden Age of Central and East African Music -- a compilation of newly-transferred and remastered recordings that Hugh Tracey made between 1950-1958.

- An 84-page hardcover book accompanied by two CDs, the recordings presented on Listen All Around were made in central and eastern Africa -- specifically, the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), Kenya, Tanganyika, and Zanzibar (now Tanzania).

- Legendary ethnomusicologist and field-recording pioneer, Hugh Tracey founded the International Library of African Music (ILAM) in 1954. Today, ILAM preserves thousands of historical recordings and has become the greatest repository of African music in the world.

- "Tracey's recordings work like a time machine. He not only recorded sound but also lives, with a spirit that must be considered phenomenal for field recordings fifty or sixty years old. Even among today's abundant choices in world music, these are the gems that I look for." --Richard Dorsett, RootsWorld

- "Hugh Tracey has stood as one of the major figures of modern musicology, in spite of the fact that he himself started as an amateur, not an academic. He became the noted expert he is known as today by traveling, listening to and recording the music of sub-Saharan Africa for almost forty years, spurred on by a personal fascination with the music and a self-proclaimed passion for the cultures that created it. His work made him one of the most important non-artists (and non-Africans) to work in African music." --from The Sounds of Africa, Hugh Tracey's African Legacy, (http://www.rootsworld.com/rw/feature/tracey.html)

- "Hugh Tracey, whose pioneering field recordings from the 1920s onwards constitute one of the most important archives of African music." --Andy Hamilton, The Wire

- "The first important documenter of Africa's music, Hugh Tracey was willing to trek to far-off realms in search of musical treasure and, moreover, had the patience to wait for it once he got there." --Richard Henderson, The Wire

ソングリスト

Disc 1

  • Kalenga Antonance - Mamboleyo (Affairs of Today)
  • Ilunga Patrice, Misomba Victor and Friends - Mamwana Kufika Munda (My Love Is Upset)
  • Vijana wa Mbeya with Jim D. Gondwe - Siwezi Kuiacha Rumba (I Cannot Give Up Rumba)
  • Henri Bembele and Orchestra Tinapa - Stanleyville Putulú (Stanleyville Is Dusty)
  • Dar es Salaam Jazz Band - Kwa Jinsi Ninavyokupenda (How I Love You)
  • Lang Obiero - Pini Ochama (I Was Without Hope)
  • Joseph Eluka and Soldiers - Soko Olingi Na-Boma (If You Want to Kill Me)
  • Yemba Jean Batiste and Soldiers - Caroline Zibula Bango
  • Société Edemi de Stanleyville - Tála Bango (Watch Them)
  • Bakia Pierre - Gitari na Congo (Guitar of the Congo)
  • Morris Kalala - Birima
  • Tauni Mwenasasu and Friend - Mangwasi
  • Coast Social Orchestra - Napenda (I Love)
  • Coast Social Orchestra - Mamie Sistah Mai Deah (Mommy, Sister My Dear)
  • Chemutoi Ketienya and Kipsigis Girls - Chemirocha III
  • Sunderland String Band - Mpenzi Wangu Wanitupa (My Sweetheart Left Me)
  • Lang Obiero - Mpenzi Wangu, Umepotea Mjini (My Love, You Have Disappeared in Town)
  • Lang Obiero - Jumamosi Kuna Vigelegele (On Saturday, There Is Celebration)
  • ORCLOS - Maivuno ni Kilema (Jealousy Is a Vice)
  • Kimambo Brothers - Kisima cha Wivu (Well of Jealousy)
  • Coast Social Orchestra - Moyo Wanitanga-Tanga (My Heart Is Troubled)
  • Coast Social Orchestra - Nali Kisafiri (As I Was Traveling)
  • ECO African Band - Wapenzi Kuwaona (We Are Pleased to See You and to Be Together)

Disc 2

  • Ilunga Patrice, Misomba Victor and Friends - Mama Josefina (Mama Josefina)
  • ORCLOS - Jean Ndjela ku Parquet (Jean Ndjela Before the High Court)
  • Norbert de Magaro - Pipi na Dongo (Candy and Okra)
  • Ezekiel Kamenga and Luba Men - Kilio Mama (Mother's Cries)
  • Mwenda Jean Bosco and Singers - Mwendo Tulikwenda (The Journey That We Took)
  • ECO African Band - Doa Jeupe (White Spot)
  • Sunderland String Band - Eh, Mwajuma Wanikataa (Eh, Mwajuma, You Have Turned Me Down)
  • Samuel Colon and Baninga Baye - Marie Wabolingo (Marie, My Love)
  • Dar es Salaam Jazz Band - Hayo Siyakweli (It's Not True)
  • Dar es Salaam Jazz Band - Nimepata Mpenzi, Mtoto, Mdogo, Mzuri Simwachi (I Got a Young, Beautiful Girl that I Won't Leave)
  • Chipukizi Rumba - Nimepata Mpenzi, Mtoto Mzuri (I Got a Young, Beautiful Girl)
  • Vijana wa Mbeya - Mtoto Mzuri Simwachi (I Won't Leave a Young, Beautiful Girl)
  • Merry Black Birds - Chineno (Little Speech)
  • Merry Black Birds - Chaupele Mpenzi (Chaupele, My Love)
  • ORCLOS - Ushuru wa Guitare (Payments for [Playing] Guitar)
  • Katanga Dance Orchestra - Mapani (Mapani's Band)
  • Salum's Brass Band with Salum Seliman - Mahaba Matamu (How Sweet Is Our Love)
  • Salum's Brass Band with Salum Seliman - Shukurani (Give Thanks)
  • Salum's Brass Band with Salum Seliman - Hawana Kazi Makarani (They Have No Work, Those Clerks)
  • Chipukizi Rumba - Dada Mwajuma Nifichie Siri Yangu (Sister Mwajuma, Keep My Secret)
  • Chibanda Baudouin - Skoot (Scouts)
  • Lake Victoria Band - Dhi Dala U (Go Back to Your Home)
  • Kamwema Jean and His Friends - Nabela
  • ORCLOS - Tulale Ngonga Imelia (The Time Has Come to Sleep)