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Mankunku - Yakhal' Inkomo Album

Performer: Mankunku
Genre: Jazz
Title: Yakhal' Inkomo
Country: South Africa
Released: 2017
Style: Hard Bop, Modal
Label: Gallo Record Company
Catalog Number: PK 420
FLAC version ZIP size: 1969 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1443 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2909 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 964


Written-By – Horace Silver
2Yakhal' Inkomo
Written-By – Winston Mankunku Ngozi
3Bessie's Blues
Written-By – John Coltrane
4Dedication (To Daddy Trane And Brother Shorter)
Written-By – Winston Mankunku Ngozi


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ORL 6022Mankunku Quartet Yakhal' Inkomo ‎(LP, Album)World Record Co.ORL 6022South Africa1968
UPL 5006Mankunku Quartet Yakhal' Inkomo ‎(LP, Album, RE)Up Up UpUPL 5006South Africa1974
TELCD 2652Mankunku Quartet Yakhal' Inkomo ‎(CD)Teal RecordsTELCD 2652South Africa1996
AYL 1011Mankunku Quartet Yakhal' Inkomo ‎(LP, Album)Atlantic CityAYL 1011South AfricaUnknown
GSL 266Mankunku Quartet Yakhal' Inkomo ‎(LP, Album, RE)Teal SoundGSL 266South Africa1986


  • Rights Society: SARRAL


  • Licensed To – Khaya Records
  • Licensed To – Record Mad
  • Distributed By – Sheer Sound
  • Distributed By – Gallo Record Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gallo Record Company
  • Copyright (c) – Gallo Record Company
  • Published By – Gallo Music
  • Published By – Essex


South African Jazz legend Winston Mankunku Ngozi born 1943 in Cape Town, playing his popular tune from the album with the same name recorded in 2007 9 Songs. Yakhal' Inkomo. Winston Mankunku Ngozi. Jazz 2007. Yakhal Inkomo. Released 1968. Yakhal Inkomo Tracklist. Yakhal' Inkomo Lyrics. LP - Jazzman JMANLP 093. Overview . Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Yakhal' Inkomo, 2007. Yakhal' Inkomo, 08:52. Dedication To Daddy Trane & Brother Shorter, 06:44. Doodlin', 06:03. Bessie's Blues, 07:34. Before the Rain & After, 03:36. Look Up, 03:30. You Don't Know What Love Is, 08:16. Listen free to Winston Mankunku Ngozi Yakhal' inkomo. He was born in Retreat, Western Cape, in 1943, the first child in a musical family. He played piano at the age of seven, and later clarinet and trumpet. In his mid-teens he learned the alto and tenor saxophone. He cites John Coltrane, local saxophonist Cups & Saucers, pianist Merton Barrow, as well as bassist Midge Pike as major influences. Mankunku: Yakhal'Inkomo album review by AAJ Staff, published on May 8, 2002. Yakhal'Inkomo is a cry of joy wrapped in a package of protest. Tenor saxophonist Winston Mankunku Ngozi did not choose the title by accident: it refers to the bellow of the bull as it is taken to slaughter. Did the censors in Pretoria grasp the title's meaning Doubtful. In 1968, life as a creative African musician in South Africa was a serious challenge, to put it mildly. But Mankunku manages to convey such an urgently joyful and revelatory sound that he transforms the message of this record to one of yearning and freedom. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией


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