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Jazz Special

tue 9 sep 2008 13:00 

For about 10 years and 5 CDS, South African pianist Andile Yenana has played a striking role in the formations of his fellow countryman, reed player Zim Ngqwana. But he also left his mark on other groups and 2 CDs under his own name have since been released.

1. Baby Angelina (Zim Ngqawana)
2. Transformation (Zim Ngqawana)
From the CD: Zim Ngqawana – Zimology
3. Blues for Nick (Dudu Pukwana)
4. No Lights (Andile Yenana)
From the CD: Andile Yenana – We used to dance
5. Scullery Department (Kippy Moeketsi)
6. Children in the Rain (Herbie Tsoaeli)
From the CD: Voice – Songs for our Grandchildren
7. Pedal Point (Andile Yenana)
8. Flat no. 22 (Andile Yenana)
From the CD: Andile Yenana – Who’s got the Map?
9. Mamazala (Zim Ngqawana)
From the CD: Zim Ngqawana – Ingoma

1. Baby Angelina (Zim Ngqawana)
2. Transformation (Zim Ngqawana)
From the CD: Zim Ngqawana – Zimology
3. Blues for Nick (Dudu Pukwana)
4. No Lights (Andile Yenana)
From the CD: Andile Yenana – We used to dance
5. Scullery Department (Kippy Moeketsi)
6. Children in the Rain (Herbie Tsoaeli)
From the CD: Voice – Songs for our Grandchildren
7. Pedal Point (Andile Yenana)
8. Flat no. 22 (Andile Yenana)
From the CD: Andile Yenana – Who’s got the Map?
9. Mamazala (Zim Ngqawana)
From the CD: Zim Ngqawana – Ingoma

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