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Exile (Real World Gold)

Geoffrey Oryema

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Oryema plays the nanga, a zither described as having seven strings, though some have one string that runs seven times across the instrument making them hell to tune. This is half of a terrific CD -- wonderful except when Brian Eno and co. get in on the act and undercut it. You can program out the well-meaning-but-blah bits -- unless you disagree anyway, in which case all is well.
© John Storm Roberts, Original Music /TiVo

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Geoffrey Oryema

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Piny Runa Woko
00:03:51

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Land of Anaka
00:05:21

Eno, Composer - Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist - Oryema, Composer

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Piri Wango Iya
00:02:37

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Ye Ye Ye
00:04:27

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Lacan Woto Kumu
00:03:27

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Makambo
00:05:00

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Jok Omako Nyako
00:02:16

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Solitude
00:03:50

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Lubanga
00:03:07

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

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Exile
00:03:52

Geoffrey Oryema, MainArtist

1990 Real World Records Ltd 1990 Real World Records Ltd

Album Description

Oryema plays the nanga, a zither described as having seven strings, though some have one string that runs seven times across the instrument making them hell to tune. This is half of a terrific CD -- wonderful except when Brian Eno and co. get in on the act and undercut it. You can program out the well-meaning-but-blah bits -- unless you disagree anyway, in which case all is well.
© John Storm Roberts, Original Music /TiVo

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