Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Freedom (2010)
Shares some similarity with other world groups who do percussive music. Some similarities to parts of Zap Mama's and Sweet Honey in the Rock's repertoire.
Traditional and own
Rich, rich group vocals and harmonies. This group does their own lively and percussive interpretations of music from West Africa, the Middle East, Afro-Cuba, and of their own composition. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Freedom seems to be the only one available, and may be their debut
Highly recommended for fans of vocal harmonies and world music
Ariella Forstein, Odilia Pacios, Mariposa Oxenberg, Kelsey Namara, Addie Lupert, Donna Marie Factor
Tafar Ostfield, Tiffany Goodson, David Gaeta, Benjamin "Rasputin" Sitnikoff
Benjamin "Rasputin" Sitnikoff
This is a fine collection of songs from Brazil, Spain, Ghana, Colombia, Cuba, Turkey, Serra Leone, Ghana, Israel, and the USA. The geographic diversity in the music is unified by the lively choral vocal style and percussive backgrounds. This energetic, heartfelt music, full of lovely turns of phrase and harmonies, sometimes boisterous, sometimes yearning, will be a treasure for those seeking out diverse music and female vocals. (email@example.com)
Thanks to Sophia Gurley for work on this entry.
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