Release Date: 09/04/07
The craze for dance music began in Tanzania in the early 30s. Cuban rumba records were all the rage and the urban youth organized themselves into 'dance clubs' like the Dar Es-Salaam Jazz Band founded in 1932. The earliest instrumentation added brass instruments to local drums. Strings followed : violins, banjos, mandolins and guitars. The recordings in this collection date from 1968 to 1973.
|Label: Buda Musique|
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