Uzuri Wa Mtu Sio Sura - The Black Warriors - Nalala Kwa Tabu (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Vazi hili liliashiria neema ya utakaso. Lakini vazi hili, tukilivaa tu bila kulifua linachafuka na kupoteza sura. Likipoteza sura halitafaa tena kuvaliwa. Somo la kwanza la Kitabu cha Nabii Isaya ni msingi wa sehemu ya Injili ya leo juu ya karamu. Mungu ameandaa karamu; Wayahudi na watu wa mataifa wamealikwa. Kuna vyakula na vinywaji kwa ajili ya uzima na uhai wa kimungu. Kwa kuwa watafanyika wana wa Mungu, na kazi yao itakuwa ni moja tu, kumsifu na kumwabudu Mungu; wataimba oneni huyu ndiye Mungu wetu, tunayemtumainia kwa wokovu wetu.

Nabii Isaya aliagua nyakati za furaha ambapo Bwana atawaandalia karamu watu wake na kufuta machozi katika nyuso zote. Utimilifu wa uaguzi huu umetimia kwa njia ya Yesu Kristo katika nyakati. Bwana tayari ameandaa karamu na anataka kufuta machozi kutoka nyuso za watu.

Kukataa mwaliko huu ni kujitakia hukumu yaani, mauti ya milele. Katika somo la pili la Waraka wa Mtume Paulo kwa Wafilipi, Mtume Paulo anasema kwamba wakristo yawapasa kumshukuru na kumtukuza Mungu daima katika yote, yaani katika matamu na magumu.

Tutaweza hayo sababu kati yetu yupo mmoja atutiaye nguvu, ndiye Yesu Kristo mkuu wa karamu ya uzima wa milele. Mtakatifu Paulo anasisitiza akisema: Najua kudhilika, tena najua kufanikiwa; katika hali yoyote, na katika mambo yoyote, nimefundishwa kushiba na kuona njaa, kuwa na vingi na kupungukiwa.

In the last week I've been afflicted not only by writer's block but by a mild yet persistent case of the flu. So let's make a virtue of necessity - less talk, more music! Here's another helping of Muziki wa Dansi from Tanzania, one of the more popular entrees on the Likembe menu.

So, did Kasheba keep the "old" OSS going? In my opinion it's superior to the version that appeared on 's Songs for the Poor Man RealWorldwith these heartfelt lyrics: "Love burns like a fire. I cry for the wrong that I have done. Pity me, there is nothing I think of more than you.

I am thin like a coconut palm, for the love of you. At night I dream, the whole day I can't eat. My heart is boiling, my body and blood dried-up. With the love that's burning within me. My Mariamu, my lover, you come today, you go today. Their sound is closer to the sort of pop confections that were popular in the Nairobi music scene ca. But since this 45 was released on the Ken-Tanza label KT Cto be specificwhich as far as I know, released Tanzanian artists exclusively, I'll assume they're from that country.

Orchestra Super Sound - Fantaar Pts. Efforts to get in touch with Mr. Malikita by email to ask his permission to reproduce were unsuccessful, so I took the liberty. I apologize to Mr. Malikita for this, and if he would like me to remove it, he can get in LP with me via the comments or write me here: beadlejp at yahoo dot com. You can view some of Mr.

Malikita's work at the above link Album) click on the picture. Please drop in, and consider buying one of his paintings. At the end of this week I'll be heading out East to do the college-tour thing with my daughter. We'll probably meet up with a couple of fellow African music fans that I've been in touch with, and I'm hoping to check out some African restaurants.

Chances are I won't have access to a computer, so this will probably be my last post for awhile. If your musical cravings become too unbearable, please check in with some of the fine purveyors over in the left-hand sidebar. I have a number of posts that are just on the threshold of going up, but I seem to have been gripped by an inexplicable and debilitating case of writer's block. Still, I feel the need to put something online. So, here goes: Back in September, I posted some tunes by Tanzania's late, incomparable Mbaraka Mwinshehewith a promise of more to come.

Thanks to our friend Cheeku, here they are: Five more tracks from the Ukumbusho series, pressed by Polygram Kenya in the s Polygram's successor, Tamasha, has recently reissued them in CD format, but as far as I know these are unavailable outside of E. Typically, these compilations feature no personnel listings or information on the original recordings.

I suspect, though, that these tracks are from Mwinshehe's career with Super Volcano rather than his earlier band Morogoro Jazz. Still, it's such a great song I couldn't resist putting it up again.

Enjoy, and if you've heard it before, enjoy it again: Mbaraka Mwinshehe - Shida East African musicians don't seem as given to fawning praise songs as Nigerians paging Oliver de Coque! Don't know if it's fawning, though. Love the guitar that kicks in toward the middle of the song: Mbaraka Mwinshehe - Dr. Kleruu Here's a scorcher from Ukumbusho Vol. The guitar work and vocal banter are exceptionally free and easy but what closes the deal is the wild "Hugh Masekela-ish" is that a word?

Although "Baba Mdogo" is from Ukumbusho Vol. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they were recorded at the same time. At the end of this week I'll be heading out East to do the college-tour thing with my daughter. We'll probably meet up with a couple of fellow African music fans that I've been in touch with, and I'm hoping to check out some African restaurants.

Chances are I won't have access to a computer, so this will probably be my last post for awhile. If your musical cravings become too unbearable, please check in with some of the fine purveyors over in the left-hand sidebar. I have a number of posts that are just on the threshold of going up, but I seem to have been gripped by an inexplicable and debilitating case of writer's block.

Still, I feel the need to put something online. So, here goes: Back in September, I posted some tunes by Tanzania's late, incomparable Mbaraka Mwinshehewith a promise of more to come.

Thanks to our friend Cheeku, here they are: Five more tracks from the Ukumbusho series, pressed by Polygram Kenya in the s Polygram's successor, Tamasha, has recently reissued them in CD format, but as far as I know these are unavailable outside of E.

Typically, these compilations feature no personnel listings or information on the original recordings. I suspect, though, that these tracks are from Mwinshehe's career with Super Volcano rather than his earlier band Morogoro Jazz. Still, it's such a great song I couldn't resist putting it up again. Enjoy, and if you've heard it before, enjoy it again: Mbaraka Mwinshehe - Shida East African musicians don't seem as given to fawning praise songs as Nigerians paging Oliver de Coque!

Don't know if it's fawning, though. Love the guitar that kicks in toward the middle of the song: Mbaraka Mwinshehe - Dr. Kleruu Here's a scorcher from Ukumbusho Vol. The guitar work and vocal banter are exceptionally free and easy but what closes the deal is the wild "Hugh Masekela-ish" is that a word? Although "Baba Mdogo" is from Ukumbusho Vol.

In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they were recorded at the same time. We adjourn this session with "Mashemeji Wangapa," also from Vol. In the course of researching this post, I Album) across this polemic, in regards to the above-mentioned Zanzibara 3by Alastair Johnston, who is responsible for the essential Muzikifan site: ".

Now I don't want to start ranting in the middle of this panegyric but I have an issue that needs to be raised: the tendency of mostly white, I suspect people to treat this music with a colonial mentality. I am not saying it should be the exclusive province of people with great wealth who can buy the copies that turn up on EBAY, I am saying this music should be respected. Before throwing it onto a blog it should be researched and properly documented.

Optimal copies should be tracked down. Anyone downloading should pay nominally for the privilege and the money should be put in escrow to go to the descendants of the composers. Then there will be some parity with Western artists who get their royalties.

I am sick of seeing sites with crappy-sounding singles ripped from cassettes and a note saying, "This is cool, I don't know anything about it but look here You have to buy this, for the music, for the package, and to safeguard the future of the music! I often feel very conflicted about posting the music I do on this site, for exactly the reasons Alastair brings up. And I'd like to recompense the artists in some way, but how? Needless to say, I'm not making any money myself from this site. It seems to me, though, that when I post stuff like these tracks by Mbaraka Mwinshehe, or the earlier Somali Mystery Funkor some exceedingly rare tunes by Area Scatterit has the potential to sell more CDs or downloads in the long run.

In other words, there will be no market for the music if no one even knows that it exists. That's what I think, anyway. Your thoughts? Well, not my memories, as I've never been there, but today's selection of tunes is bound to provoke some nostalgia among those of the East African persuasion. As in my last postthese 45s, which were all issued in the early '80s, were excavated by myself from a cache of 10" tape reels that I dubbed more than twenty years ago, digitized and reprocessed for your listening pleasure.

I think I LP all of these recordings from my old friend Edmund Ogutu. Wherever you are, Edmund, thanks! While Misiani and Shirati Jazz did not establish benga music, they did more than anyone else to popularize and codify that musical style. It's a novelty tune, sung in Swahili and English rather than the group's usual Luo.

I think that D. Misiani might not even be on it the group occasionally recorded without him. In the future I'll probably post some more "typical" Shirati Jazz songs, but I'm sure you'll enjoy this one: D.

Oh, and Happy New Year! Labels: BengaD. Taarabthe intoxicating Afro-Arab-Indian music from the East African coast, has been surprisingly available lately, if you know where to look. For this transgression they were expelled from the group, only to return later. Whatever the true story, in the early '90s Flatim Records in Nairobi compiled six Black Warriors 45s into a compilation cassette, Tunazikumbuka Vol.

This cassette is compiled from vinyl pressings rather than the original source tapes, and Flatim cassettes are well-known for their dodgy technical standards. The quality of the musical performances shines through nonetheless, and I'm sure you'll enjoy hearing alternate versions of some Mlimani classics.

The artwork at the top of this post is by Tanzanian artist Mwamedi Chiwaya, and is in a style called Tingatinga. It is taken from this website. Another musician from the Gambia winds up our look at "updated" kora music. Unlike the two previous artists featured here, I was able to find out a fair bit about Mr.

They have toured the United States as well as throughout Europe. Like the music of Ebrima Tata JobatehKuyateh's sound combines vigorous kora playing with a full array of electric instruments and drum kit as well as local percussion. The cassette Hera Bangku Kerewan Sounds, is an excellent introduction to his music. We'll probably meet up with a couple of fellow African music fans that I've been in touch with, and I'm hoping to check out some African restaurants.

Chances are I won't have access to a computer, so this will probably be my last post for awhile. If your musical cravings become too unbearable, please check in with some of the fine purveyors over in the left-hand sidebar.

Judging from the feedback I've gotten on the last couple of Tanzanian posts it seems that people just can't get enough of the classic Muziki wa Dansi sound - massed horns, a subtle yet propulsive beat, vocals to make you cry - and who can blame them? Like those Mlimani Park tracks I posted a couple of weeks agothis is a Doug Paterson production, and Doug has a great background article on the artists by Werner Graebner over on his site.

If someone who knows Swahili could fill us in on what the lyrics are all about. I know you're out there! With our laptop out of commission LP a while, the household is down to one functional computer, which the kids have commandeered for their own uses. I've been working on several posts at once, but I just haven't had time to rip some of the tunes I've wanted to use. Fortunately, I have a fair number already digitized.

So this will be a quickie, but a goodie. We were very fortunate indeed when a wonderful "Best of" compilation of their hits was released some time ago Sikinde [Africassette AC] in the U.

Dog Tales - Jim Pembroke Band - Flat Broke (Vinyl, LP, Album), Shuge Of 5150 Outro, Piece Of My Heart - Shaggy - Mr. Lover Lover (The Best Of Shaggy... Part 1) (CD), Sweet Lorraine - Al Hirt - Swingin Dixie! (At Dans Pier 600 In New Orleans) Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album, Hey Hey What Can I Do - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin (Cassette), Lineem Up - Ticking Bombs - Hall Of Shame (CD, Album), Los Del Rayo - Hijos De La Extrema-Dura / Se De Que Vas (Vinyl), Intro - And Then She Came - Bonsoir At The Abattoir (CD, Album), Hard Day On The Planet - Loudon Wainwright III - 40 Odd Years (CD), Carbon Que Ha Sido Brasa - Odilio González - Exitos Con Odilio González (CD), Det Tror Jag Inte På - Bengt Hedin* - Lättblandant 4 (Vinyl, LP), Chasing The High, Real Fight - Mustang (3) - Free Style (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “Uzuri Wa Mtu Sio Sura - The Black Warriors - Nalala Kwa Tabu (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

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  2. The Black Warriors - Nawashukuru Wazazi Wangu Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Zimbabwe Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Bubu Ataka Kusama Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Nalala Kwa Tabu Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Najuta Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Uzuri wa Mtu Sio Sura Pts. 1 & 2 Download Tunazikumbuka Vol. 20 as a zipped file here.

  3. Jan 31,  · The Black Warriors - Nawashukuru Wazazi Wangu Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Zimbabwe Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Bubu Ataka Kusama Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Nalala Kwa Tabu Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Najuta Pts. 1 & 2 The Black Warriors - Uzuri wa Mtu Sio Sura Pts. 1 & 2 Download Tunazikumbuka Vol. 20 as a zipped .

  4. Mar 27,  · Mar 27,  · USIONEKANE TU MZURI KWA MBALI LAKINI UZURI UKO MBALI NA WEWE (01) Shalom! Nawasalimia wasomaji wote kwa Jina la Yesu Kristo, Bwana na mwokozi Yesu Kristo! Natumai mko vema na mnaendelea vema, kuna mengi sana ya kuzungumza katika misingi hii ya Injili bora na leo nimesukumwa kuongea na wadada na .

  5. Aug 19,  · Mtu mwenye utimamu wa fikra anaguswa na jambo kulingana na alivyolipokea sio kulingana na alivyoshawishiwa, Mkuu kwa kitendo kile kila binadamu mwenye utimamu wa fikra lazima aguswe, Twende kwa mfano tukio lipi la hapa Tanzania ambalo lina akisi sawa na ule unyama, tuanzie hapo Mkuu. S.

  6. Ahadi za Bwana Yesu zitatimia. Mungu ni Mungu tu. Ongoza Hatua Zangu. Pokea sifa kwa matendo uliyotenda. NI wewe wa kuabudiwa ni wewe. Bariki Kenya. Niwewe - twakushukuru Muumba ni wewe. Mungu twaomba bariki Kenya. Mungu wa Ishara - Uinuliwe.

  7. Hata hivyo kuna kutoafikiana kuhusu idadi na majina ya nasaba zake tangu kwa Adnaan hadi kwa Nabii Isma’il (a.s.) na kwa mujibu wa taarifa zilizonukuliwa na Ibn Abbas, kutoka kwa Mtukufu Mtume (s.a.w.w) wakati nasaba yake ifikapo kwa Adnaan mtu na asiendeleze, kwa kuwa yeye Mtukufu Mtume (s.a.w.w) mwenyewe, kila alipoyataja majina ya jadi.

  8. shujaa nm ma- [a-/wa-] hero, warrior, brave person: ~ wa vita vikuu vya kwanza first world war hero. shuk.a 1 k t [ sie ] 1 debark, disembark, alight, descend, go down: ~ pwani land on the beach, go down to the beach; ~ kwenye gari alight from the car. 2 fall: Bei ya mchele ime~ the price of rice has fallen.

  9. Oct 07,  · Oct 07,  · Kutenda dhambi ni kukataa mwaliko wa kushiriki karamu ya ufalme wa Mungu. Au ni kulitia lile vazi madoa. Matendo yetu yanaonyesha kuitikia kwetu au kukataa mwaliko. Tufue mavazi yetu kwa toba na tumgeukie Mungu na kuitikia mwaliko wa kuingia katika karamu ya ufalme wake kwa matendo yetu mema. Jumapili 28 Mwaka A.

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