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Going South

Omri Ziegele, Where's Africa, Yves Theiler, Dario Sisera

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1
Afreaka
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
6:47
2
Make Me Mad
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
3:31
3
Laughing Your Tears Away
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
3:48
4
Will You Marry Me After So Many Years
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
2:14
5
Space
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
5:38
6
Yesterday's Tomorrows
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
5:35
7
The Milkman Always Paid My Rent
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
4:28
8
Camel, Where's My Land
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
13:36
9
Ithi Gqi
Omri Ziegele; Where's Africa
3:45
Total Playing Time    49:22
Omri Ziegele, Yves Theiler, and Dario Sisera are the German jazz trio Where's Africa. With Going South they present their unique combination of funk, groove, and improvisation influenced by South African kwela music and other sounds from that area in nine upbeat tracks.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Intakt Records Studio Masters
Recorded at Hardstudios Winterthur by Andreas Neresheimer
Produced by Omri Ziegele and Intakt Records
Engineers: Dario Sisera, Andreas Neresheimer and Where’s Africa

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