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  1. Malajin Reply

    Assagai had another interesting cover on the album in question - "Telephone Girl" by Jade Warrior, a relatively obscure English prog-rock band who Brian Eno name-checks as an influence on his ambient work. As for what language Assagai are singing in, I'm forced to End date: Jun 07,

  2. Mezizshura Reply

    Again it's lost. If you didn't actually know that in the original album Feza's solos explode out of the speakers you wouldn't even notice that they were there in this 'remaster'. Other instruments that appear on the original album are lost - track 6 for example 'Sanga' has lost part of the musical backing to it - the 2nd guitar in particular/5(11).

  3. Samugar Reply

    Assagai’s debut for Philips’ progressive subsidiary Vertigo was realised in to quiet applause. Critics soon became favourable as Afro-Rock gained a foothold as the ‘next big thing’ and it wasn’t long before they would make their (only) appearance on Top of The Pops. Their journey in London’s predominantly progressive underground music scene was brief, but also established a.

  4. Tole Reply

    This appears to be a re-release of a classic Afro-Rock LP from , Assagai by Assagai. It features a stellar band including Dudu Pukwana on sax, Louis Moholo on drums, Mongezi Feza on cornet, Bizo Muggikana on tenor, Charles Cuonogbo on bass, and Fred Coker on guitar. Originally on /5(4).

  5. Tozshura Reply

    Music Reviews: Assagai by Assagai released in via Vertigo. Genre: Afrobeat.

  6. Arale Reply

    Vinyl ULTRAVOX - Return To Eden (reissue) - Vinyl (limited gram clear vinyl 2xLP) Sold for USD on (Buy It Now).

  7. Jubei Reply

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Assagai - Assagai on AllMusic -

  8. Fenos Reply

    The second Assagai album has an interesting and somewhat schizophrenic history. It was initially released in late under the name Zimbabwe - a test pressing was made on the Vertigo "swirl" label (# ) but the actual release of the album took place on the Philips label. The album's cover and sleeve were designed and drawn by noted album-artist Roger Dean.

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