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    JoJozahn

    6 years ago

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    Feb 13,  · After independence he worked with the big band attached to the national radio station, Radio Moçambique. Two years later, he joined Orchestra Marrabenta Star de .
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    Balabar

    6 years ago

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    Recorded the album Independance with Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Mozambique in Harare, Zimbabwe ; Performed at various benefit concerts in Norway, Denmark (Roskilde), Sweden, Holland (Melkveg) Toured 16 cities in Germany for the Beat Apartheid Festival with Stella Chiweshe the Mbira Lady of Zimbabwe, Mustapha 3 Mustapha and Kalahari Surfers.
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    Tom

    6 years ago

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    Yinguica "Marrabenta Music From Mozambique" (ARC Music, ) A mellow, beautiful set of laid-back, acoustic-based marrabenta, an eclectic style unique to 5/5(4).
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    Mora

    6 years ago

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    Marrabenta Piquenique, an Album by Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Moçambique. Released in Genres: Marrabenta.
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    Votaur

    6 years ago

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    There's a hefty contribution from the Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Mocambique and its much celebrated, golden-voice singers, Wazimbo and Mingas, many of them gleaned from their classic now deleted album Marrabenta Piquenique.
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    Vulkree

    6 years ago

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    With its dance-inspiring fusion of lively marrabenta, Fena and Xingombela rhythms, Congolese guitar melodies, and the soulful vocals of female singer Mingas and male singer Wazimbo, Orchestra Marrabenta Star De Mocambique was one of Mozambique's most exciting bands in the s and early-'90s. Formed in , Orchestra Marrabenta Star De Mocambique served as the house band for .
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    Mozragore

    6 years ago

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    Its star song was the emblematic “Mona Ki Ngi Xica”, a lamento of unfathomable Atlantic depth. His wanderlust then took him to Paris, where he recorded a second album that proved just as important as the first - “Angola 74”, featuring a magnificent version of “Sodade”, which would be popularised by Cesaria Evora nearly twenty years.
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    Tauhn

    6 years ago

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    'Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Mozambique' was created out of Grupo RM in , for the primary purpose of making Mozambican music and culture better known and appreciated outside the country. The lead, female singers in the group were Mingas and Dulce.