Zambian Miners' Songs. Label: Original Music (2) – OMCD 004. Format: CD, Compilation. African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt. Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 (LP, Comp). Original Music (2). OMA 112. US. 1989.
On the African continent, the guitar arrived with the Portuguese voyagers who entered the southern region through the coastlines of present-day Angola and Mozambique. 1940s-50s: Copperbelt folk guitarists. One path of civilization paving its way through Zambia during the mid-20th century was copper mining.
Album: African Acoustic Vol. Zambian Miners' Songs 1957. Zambian Miners' Songs (CD, Comp).
Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC) is a Zambian electricity generation, transmission, distribution and supply company with operations in Zambia and Nigeria. The company is listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (symbol: CECZ). In Zambia CEC owns and operates an electricity transmission network in the Copperbelt area with 246 km of 220kV power lines and 678 km of 66kV lines
The Zambian Copperbelt is unusual among sediment-hosted stratiform copper districts in having abundant Cobalt (Co) and low Silver (Ag), Zinc (Zn) and Lead (Pb). Regional soil sampling across various new target areas is ongoing. It is anticipated that additional drill targets will be identified and selected based on the level of coincidence between the new soil geochemical survey and airborne geophysical results. Could a junior take part in a possible Zambian Copperbelt Boom? Could a fully cashed up, early stage greenfields exploration company with good solid management, having two large projects with excellent addresses find the goods and participate in a Copperbelt revival?
The Copperbelt University is a public University in Zambia with 10 faculties. The Vice Chancellor of the Copperbelt university has held a luncheon in honour of international students studying at the University. CBU is home to 120 international students in various disciplines. The Copperbelt University.
Included are more of Africa's enchanting acoustic guitar styles: 1981 recordings by both adults and kids. The only name known even to megabuffs is the late Losta Abelo, once a friendly rival of Mwenda Jean Bosco. The most bewitching cuts of all are by a Tanzanian who plays only for friends; one song is briefly and unintentionally accompanied by the clattering of crockery. The kids include a group of blind school children making very adept music with homemade instruments, and a hell-for-leather cut for high-pitched voices and tomato-can banjo.
From the Copperbelt: Zambian Miners' Songs. Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk and Fusion in the 70's, A–. Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds and Ghanaian Blues 1968–81 Pop Music from Africa, Pt. 2. Putumayo Presents: Acoustic Africa, B. Putumayo Presents: African Party, B+( ). South African Freedom Songs. The Sound of Dub: Rare and Soundful Pearls From South Africa in Dub, B+. South African Legends, B+.
Most Recent Zambian Songs.
|1||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends*||Konta Iya Iya Konta||3:02|
|2||–Isaac Matafwani & Sunkutu||Eko Bali Mukanina Bamayo||3:01|
|3||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends*||Kazembe Mayo||3:26|
|4||–Mbasela Kunda & William Munyanda*||Nina Namusonda Sanguweji||2:41|
|5||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali||Kabula Nina Kamushalila||2:54|
|6||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali & Friends*||Marita Ku Mampampa||3:17|
|7||–William Mapulanga||Mukashi Wamunobe||2:43|
|8||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali||Ematambo Waifwe Bantu||3:27|
|9||–Isaac Matafwani & Sunkutu||Kakonko||3:05|
|10||–Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali||Amano Yabula Noko||3:04|
|11||–John Lushi||Kapokola Na Ku Kitwe||3:09|
|12||–John Lushi||Bamgufya Ba Kwoti Banapengili Amapa||2:54|
|13||–William Siwale & Friends||Mayo Mayo||2:35|
|14||–Cisenga, Cungu & Musonda||Tubamu Tumo Tulawamisha||3:17|
|15||–Kabushi & Mwenga||Mwe Baiyashi Centeleni||2:28|
|16||–Cisenga, Cungu & Musonda||Castle Beer||2:36|
|17||–Luson Mwape Muchalo||Chilumendo Chakumona||2:53|
|18||–The Four Pals||Maselino Yayayuyayu||2:44|
|19||–The Four Pals||Nifwe Ba Four Pals||2:39|
- Made By – PDO, USA
- Copyright (c) – International Library of African Music
- Artwork [Cover Concept] – Dale Moyer
- Design – Anne Needham
- Mastered By – Richard Henderson
- Photography – John Low
- Producer, Compiled By, Liner Notes – John Storm Roberts
- Recorded By – Hugh Tracey
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: OMCD 004 01!
- Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text): MADE IN USA BY PDO
|OMA 112||Various||African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 (LP, Comp)||Original Music||OMA 112||US||1989|
|OMA 112C||Various||African Acoustic Vol. 3 : From The Copperbelt ... Zambian Miners' Songs 1957 (Cass, Comp)||Original Music||OMA 112C||US||1989|