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Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet - Afro-Latin Soul (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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    Jusida 03.12.2019
    Feb 17,  · The artist name is Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet on labels, just Ethiopian Quintet on the front cover. This re-issue comes in full original artwork. It has also been released as standard g version. Probably reissued by Scorpio Music, Inc. but not mentioned/5().
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    Taukus 01.12.2019
    This is a great jazz album, nicely re-issued. Mulatu Astatke and his Ethiopian Quintet deliver 10 songs on this LP. The vinyl is super thick and well pressed. Get a copy if you can/5(4).
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    Maukinos 01.12.2019
    Jun 28,  · It is in fact Mulatu's Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintett, Afro Latin Soul. A true collectors item of the highest quality Ethiopian Jazz from the master himself/5().
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    Tojakus 02.12.2019
    Dec 13,  · Label: Strut - STRUT LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz Mulatu Astatke And His Ethiopian Quintet* - Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2 (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(13).
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    Shak 30.11.2019
    Strut continue their essential work with the “Godfather Of Ethio Jazz”, Mulatu Astatke, with the first official reissues of his early classics ‘Afro Latin Soul’ Volumes 1 and 2 from , recorded as The Ethiopian Quintet.
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    Goltigami 23.11.2019
    Strut conclude their series of official reissues by Mulatu Astatke, the "Godfather of Ethio Jazz", with his early classics Afro-Latin Soul, Vols. 1 & 2 from , as recorded by his Ethiopian Quintet. Interestingly, they were recorded in New York, by Gil Snapper of Worthy Records.
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    Faegul 29.11.2019
    Afro-Latin Soul Vol. 2: Artist: Mulatu Astatke & his Ethiopian Quintet Label: Worthy Records Orig. Released: Catalog No.: LPWORT Condition: Sealed-Reissue Format: LP. Retail Price: $ (2 available) Quantity: add to cart Description. Read more at.
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    Gardakasa 26.11.2019
    This LP by Astatke (billed to Mulatu Astatke & His Ethiopian Quintet) isn't shaded by nearly as much African/Ethiopian influence as his best work, which was recorded between the late '60s and mid-'70s.

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