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Welcome To Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led To A Rock Revolution 1972-1977 Vol.1
2LP / Nowy


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A1. Ngozi Family - "Hi Babe"
A2. Musi-O-Tunya - "Musi-O-Tunya"
A3. Witch - "You Better Know" (original version)
A4. Blackfoot - "Running"
B1. Dr Footswitch - "Everyday Has Got A New Dream"
B2. Chrissy Debby Tembo - "Born Black"
B3. Salty Dog - "Fast"
B4. Teddy Chisi - "Funky Lady"
C1. Crossbones - "Rain & Sunshine"
C2. Born Free - "I Don't Know"
C3. Five Revolutions - "Fwe Bena Zambia"
C4. Amanaz - "Khala My Friend" (Reverb version)
D1. Ricky Banda - "Who's That Guy"
D2. Machine Gunners - "Changa Namwele"
D3. Keith Mlevhu - "Dzikolino Ni Zambia"
D4. Cosmos Zani - "Poverty"
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By the mid-1970s, the Southern African nation known as the Republic of Zambia had fallen on hard times. Though the country’s first president Kenneth Kaunda had thrown off the yoke of British colonialism, the new federation found itself under his self-imposed, autocratic rule. Conflict loomed on all sides of this landlocked nation. Kaunda protected Zambia from war, but his country descended into isolation and poverty. 
This is the environment in which the ’70s rock revolution that has come to be known as Zamrock flourished. Fuzz guitars were commonplace, as were driving rhythms as influenced by James Brown’s funk as Jimi Hendrix’s rock predominated. 

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