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  1. The Jazz Epistles ‎– Jazz In Africa - Volume One Label: Kaz Records ‎– KAZ CD 24 Various Featuring The Jazz Epistles - Jazz In Africa - Volume One ‎ (CD, Comp) BMG: CDN Europe: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review /5(3).
  2. Consultez des crédits, des avis, des pistes et achetez la référence CD de Jazz In Africa - Volume One sur Discogs.
  3. The title of this CD can be confusing: it includes some but not all of the tracks from the original albums "Jazz in Africa Vol. 1", "Jazz in Africa Vol. 2", and "Jazz Epistle Verse 1". Only the latter are by the Jazz Epistles, although there is much overlap in personnel. Tracks 1, 5, 9, 13 and 14 are from "Jazz in Africa Vol. 1"; tracks 2 and 3 from Vol. /5(4).
  4. Various: Jazz In Africa Volume Two ‎ (CD, Comp) Camden, BMG: CDN , Germany: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection 5/5(3).
  5. Jan 30,  · Verse 1, an Album by The Jazz Epistles. Released in on Continental (catalog no. CONT 14; Vinyl LP). Genres: Bebop. Featured peformers: Kippie Moeketsi (alto saxophone), Hugh Masekela (trumpet), Jonas Gwangwa (trombone), Abdullah Ibrahim (piano), Johnny Gertze (bass), Makaya Ntshoko (drums)/5(21).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jazz In Africa Volume Two on Discogs. Label: Camden - CDN ,BMG - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz •.
  7. JAZZ EPISTLES JAZZ EPISTLE - VERSE 1. recorded issued Continental Gallo made in South Africa published by Music Publishers of Africa (M.P.A.) CONT 14 matrix ABC matrix ABC 33 rpm first issue cover printed by Design Centre/Printon .
  8. *Brand New Label From The Legend That Is Jonny Trunk - superb and Super-Rare South African Jazz Featuring Hugh Masakela And Dollar Brand. Edition of * The Jazz Epistles were not only South Africa’s first bebop band, but were also, rumour has it, the first black South African group to release an album. Very few copies of that album “Jazz Epistle Verse 1” were made in (issued on.
  9. Obirin African (Woman Of Africa) – Duke Ellington And His Orchestra: Rhythm Pum Te Dum: – Kai Winding: Speak Low: – The Jazz Epistles: Vary-Oo-Vum: – Father Huddleston Band: Ndenzeni Na (What Have I Done) – The Herbie Mann Afro-Jazz Sextet* The Common Ground: – Mongo Santamaria: Bembé Kinigua:

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