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Sixolele Baba
Famine Song
Soon Ah Will Be Done
E Hatta A Beta Apebba
Go, Tell it on the Mountain
Pata Pata!
This Little Light of Mine
Eyes on the Prize
Woza Mfana
Going Home
Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing

Talisman was founded in 1989 to bring African and African-American music to the Stanford University community. 12 years later they've expanded musically to include traditional songs ranging in origin from India and Ireland to the songs of Apache and Tuscarora tribes. "Passage," their fifth CD, takes them full circle back to the music of Africa, blending urban soul with contemporary African rhythms. There are 16 songs here, from songs sung in native dialects like "Akwaba" and "E Hatta A Beta Apebba," to traditional spirituals like "Beulah," "This Little Light of Mine" and "Eyes On The Prize," this is all great, soulful stuff. A particular favorite is "Going Home," a Hawaiian celebration of eternal strength and love. Some accompaniment by African drums. Beautiful liner notes with words and pictures

Item code: 1724C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Collegiate | A Cappella | Mixed | United States

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