SAMETITLED - 2022 REPRESS by NDIKHO XABA AND THE NATIVES

SKU82160
ArtistNDIKHO XABA AND THE NATIVES
TitleSAMETITLED - 2022 REPRESS
LabelMATSULI MUSIC
Catalog #MM 105
Genre
ReleaseW 25 - 2022
FormatVinyl - UKLP
Import
 € 32,50 incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. Shwabada
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/82160_sametitled/1_shwabada.mp3
  2. Freedom
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/82160_sametitled/2_freedom.mp3
  3. Flight
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/82160_sametitled/3_flight.mp3
  4. Nomusa
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/82160_sametitled/4_nomusa.mp3
  5. Makhosi
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/s/82160_sametitled/5_makhosi.mp3

Description

2022 repress!

Privately pressed in San Francisco on the Trilyte label in 1969, Ndikho Xaba and the Natives has joined the pantheon of holy grails for Spiritual Jazz collectors. now repressed on the excellent Matsuli Music imprint!

 

Comes on 180 gramms vinyl - presented with a four page insert containing unseen photographs and concert bills from Ndikho Xaba’s personal archive, together with a personal recollection from Plunky Branch and extensive sleeve notes by Francis Gooding

"Matsuli Music presents soul, spirituality and avant-garde jazz from South African political exile Ndikho Xaba. Its rarity has until now served to obscure both its beauty and its historical significance. Making profound links between the struggle against apartheid and the Black Power movement in the USA, Ndikho Xaba and the Natives is arguably the most complete and complex South African jazz LP recorded in the USA. It stands out as a critical document in the history of transatlantic black solidarity and in the jazz culture of South African exiles.

Ndikho Xaba and the Natives opens a fluid channel of sonic energy that courses between two liberation struggles and two jazz traditions, making them one. It is a critical statement in the history of transatlantic black solidarity, unifying voices stretching from San Francisco to Johannesburg. There is no other recording or group in which the new jazz spirituality of the late 1960s is so fully blended with an African jazz tradition."

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