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Songs from the Aushi people of Zambia

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Songs from the Aushi people of Zambia
Hugh Tracey recorded several Aushi groups in 1957 at various mining compounds around Zambia. Included are songs accompanied by guitar and struck bottle as well group songs performed without instrumental accompaniment.

Track Listing

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Maiyo ewandaile kufwalu chikwembe (My mother taught me the proper way to dress) Isaac Matafwani and Sunkutu 02:47
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102
Ukuteka imbwa mano (To keep a dog) Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali and two friends 02:50
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103
Ematambo waifwe bantu (The bones of the people) Stephen Tsotsi Kasumali and two friends 03:32
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104
Tuibale bonse nwe nseba (Let's flock together like nseba birds) Edward Shoni and group of six Aushi men 02:25
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105
We ngoma mashiana migoti nokwinta (The dance I have danced throughout the mines) Three Aushi men performing Kalela dance songs 02:23
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106
Ari Nkumbula na Katilungu balishamyondo (Nkumbula and Katilungu sound the calling drum) Group of eleven Aushi men 02:50
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107
Kapokola na ku Kitwe naitundika (A certain policeman of Kitwe) John Lushi 03:07