(vocal jazz, soul, blues, afro fusion) [WEB] Yvonne Mwale - Ninkale (Let Me Be) (2014) - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(vocal jazz, soul, blues, afro fusion) [WEB] Yvonne Mwale - Ninkale (Let Me Be) (2014) - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Yvonne Mwale / Ninkale (Let Me Be) (2014)
Жанр: vocal jazz, soul, blues, afro fusion
Носитель: WEB
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): Germany
Год издания: 2015
Издатель (лейбл): O-tone
Страна исполнителя (группы): Zambia
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 58:31
Источник (релизер): deep000/qobuz
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
01 lyanbe Ye (Intro) (01:35)
02 Ndalama (05:03)
03 Can I Sing A Love Song (05:13)
04 Hands Off (03:37)
05 Can I Call You My Love (04:59)
06 Let Me Know (04:58)
07 Mwanida (04:32)
08 Nilova (04:06)
09 Ninkale (03:40)
10 Mangala (04:57)
11 Kuipa Mtima (02:57)
12 Vilimba (04:44)
13 Kanongo (05:00)
14 Nisaidiye (03:10)
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Доп. информация: Yvonne Mwale (born 14. December 1988 in Lusaka) is a Zambian Afro-Fusion, Jazz and Blues singer.
Об исполнителе (группе)
Born in Lusaka in 1988, Yvonne was raised as the daughter to the Honorable Member of Parliament Mr. Michael Mwale and former songstress Jelita Mwanza in Petauke (Zambia). She started her musical education at the age of 7 years and soon after began to sing on a more professional level performing in different churches and choirs across the country.
Life changed dramatically for the young aspiring singer when both her parents died in the same year and all possessions were taken by members of her family. Left with nothing but her talent, at the age of 12 Yvonne Mwale survived for two years without a home, sleeping on the benches of markets or just on the streets. Despite her misfortunes she managed to survive by getting little jobs here and there, and finally found a family where she got shelter.
Despite her unfortunate past situation it did not stop her interest in music. She joined the Zambian group B-Sharp as a vocalist where she received enjoyed the advanced musical education of Jones Kabanga, an outstanding musician with an international reputation. Soon after she was seen on stages all over Lusaka and became popular for her dynamic performances.
In 2009 then Yvonne Mwale was awarded with “Best Upcoming Female Artist” at the Ngoma Awards, the national music awards in Zambia.
The same year, she formed with friends the Band “Nyali”. The group with Yvonne Mwale as lead singer is participating in the Music CrossRoads InterRegional Festival held in Livingstone, Zambia in August 2009. They won the competition and take the price for the first time ever to Zambia. Later that year the U.S. embassy in Lusaka initiates a project for the Department of State of the United States of America. Yvonne is asked to participate in a song based on one of Barack Obama’s popular speeches.
The following year her band records their first Album. They are invited to tour Europe where they perform for several months on the stages of eight countries.[6][7] On the African continent South Africa and Malawi are other destinations for performances.
In 2011 Yvonne went to Tanzania, where she met her manager and started recording her solo album "Kalamatila". In January 2012 she signed with the Danish label Caravan Records. 2013 she shifted with her family to Germany where she recorded another album in Frankfurt. The album "Ninkale - Let Me Be" was released in July 2014.
Об альбоме (сборнике)
In May 2014 Yvonne Mwale has completed inf Frankfurt (Germany) the recording of her new album. On this album she managed to manifest her unique musical signature.
While the debut album "Kalamatila" was still made from diverse stylistic influences, the 25-year-old songstress managed to create on the end of June released album "Ninkale – Let Me Be" a great combination of her powerful and yet smooth voice and the music of the black Blues and Jazz with elements of traditional gospel songs and spirituals.
Yvonne manages not to let their African roots within this style elements perish, but binds them skillfully in her songs and permits them a well balanced coexistence.
With her latest work Yvonne Mwale presents fourteen titles, all of them written and composed by herself. In these fourteen songs she talks about her life, reflects on her history and origin, accuses and gives. And she has to tell a lot – at the age of 12, she lost both her parents and had for some time to live on the streets in the Zambian capital of Lusaka.
Sonically, the arrangements do not only become alive from her your exceptional voice, which has often been compared to Erykah Badu, Tracy Chapman, Amy Winehouse and Lauryn Hill, but also on the decision to include only original vintage instruments. So it was that for the recording in Frankfurt’s "Art Of June" studios next to the grand piano among other instruments, a genuine Wurlitzer 200, a Fender Rhodes and a Leslie organ stood together - for lovers of these instruments a rare sight. For all other also a very special sound experience.
For her album recording Yvonne Mwale managed to win high profile musicians: the guitar was plays by Sir Jones Kabanga who already toured around the world with numerous productions and has just been awarded for the third time as best lead guitarist in the national Music Awards in Zambia. The percussion is masterfully handled by Mohamed Twaba Omar, who is also responsible for numerous traditional instruments and traveled all the way from Tanzania. The group is completed by pianist Andreas Hillesheim (grand piano and vintage pianos), known from his performances with the German Pop group “Glashaus” and his TV appearances at “Voice Of Germany”. Xavier Naidoo’s bass player Robbee Mariano (bass guitar and upright bass) and the drummer Moritz Müller (“Glashaus”, “Moses Pelham”) completed the crew.
The result is a pure listening pleasure that through the interaction of the concert musicians gives the listener a sound experience that as a whole comes close to the live experience.
Yvonne Mwale - vocals
Holger Kalenda - bass
Robbee Mariano - bass, double bass
Moritz Müller - drums
Jones Kabanga - guitar
Andreas Hillesheim - keyboards, grand piano
Executive Producer – Matthias Krämer
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