African Rhythms

Samplephonics African Rhythms MULTiFORMAT  Software

Posted by orientazure at Dec. 2, 2015
Samplephonics African Rhythms MULTiFORMAT

Samplephonics African Rhythms MULTiFORMAT | 898 Mb

'African Rhythms' lets you add the true sound of Africa to your tracks with this absolutely essential collection of African percussion loops and samples. Full to the brim with over 650 MB of immaculately played and expertly recorded percussion samples that will provide an endless source of rhythmic inspiration.
Big Fish Audio Mahadhi African Rhythms WAV REX AiFF Apple Loops DVDR (repost)

Big Fish Audio Mahadhi African Rhythms WAV REX AiFF Apple Loops DVDR (repost) | 1.18 Gb

Mahadhi ya Afrika! In Africa, traditional music is not written down, but handed down from generation to generation. You'll feel that tradition as you dance to the rhythms of Africa with this collection of live percussion loops. Traditional instruments include the agogo, bembe, conga, djembe, ekwe, shekere, kalimba, talking drum, saworo, shaweru and more. Authenticity is the key to this journey that takes you to the heart of Africa. If you want to experience this culture in it's purest form, Mahadhi puts the rhythms of Africa at your fingertips.
Big Fish Audio Mahadhi African Rhythms WAV REX AiFF Apple Loops DVDR

Big Fish Audio Mahadhi African Rhythms WAV REX AiFF Apple Loops DVDR | 1.18 GB

Mahadhi ya Afrika! In Africa, traditional music is not written down, but handed down from generation to generation. You'll feel that tradition as you dance to the rhythms of Africa with this collection of live percussion loops.

Mokhtar Samba - African Rhythms and Independence for Drumset  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Kruzzz at July 7, 2010
Mokhtar Samba - African Rhythms and Independence for Drumset

Mokhtar Samba - African Rhythms and Independence for Drumset
Music in Motion Films | English | 2001 | ISBN-10: 0967309816 | 48 pages | PDF/MP3 | 38 MB
Mombasa - Mombasa 2 - African Rhythms & Blues (Spiegelei INT 160.049) (GER 1976) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Mombasa - Mombasa 2 - African Rhythms & Blues
(Spiegelei INT 160.049) (GER 1976) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

1976 | FLAC | NO LOG & CUE | Artwork | 24Bit/96kHz: 812 MB | 16Bit/44.1kHz: 246 MB
Mombasa - African Rhythms & Blues (Spiegelei INT 160.020) (GER 1975) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Mombasa - African Rhythms & Blues
(Spiegelei INT 160.020) (GER 1975) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

1975 | FLAC | NO LOG & CUE | Artwork | 24Bit/96kHz: 764 MB | 16Bit/44.1kHz: 237 MB

Lou Blackburn (born November 12, 1922) was an American jazz trombonist born in Rankin, Pennsylvania who performed in several genres, especially the swing genre. He also performed in the West Coast jazz and soul jazz mediums. During the 1950s he played swing music with Lionel Hampton, and also Charlie Ventura. In the early 1960s he began performing with musicians like Cat Anderson, among others. He also appears on the album Mingus at Monterey by Charles Mingus. He also did crossover work with The Beach Boys and The Turtles, among others. Since 1970 he lived in Germany, where he toured successfully with his ethno jazz band Mombasa. 1990 he died in Berlin.

György Ligeti & Steve Reich - African Rhythms (2003)  

Posted by peachfuzz at Sept. 16, 2007
György Ligeti & Steve Reich - African Rhythms (2003)

György Ligeti & Steve Reich: African Rhythms (2003)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 215 MB
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At the turn of the twentieth century, György Ligeti's late piano music was performed in various European concert halls alongside music of the Aka Pygmies of Central Africa. The acclaimed project culminated in a CD on the Teldec label entitled Ligeti/Reich: African Rhythms (Pierre Laurent Aimard/Aka Pygmies) featuring works by Ligeti, alongside works by Steve Reich and music of the Aka. This paper describes and evaluates the uneven critical reception of the project in relation to the precise formal connections between Ligeti's etudes, on the one hand, and the music of the Aka, in particular, and African music, in general, on the other. It traces some of the African citations in Ligeti's etudes to specific source materials, briefly describes the original function and context of the music (even if they are not demonstrably known by the composer), and assesses the ideological dimensions implicit in the way the African materials are put to use in a Western context.

Rhythms of Resistance: African Musical Heritage in Brazil  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Jan. 31, 2015
Rhythms of Resistance: African Musical Heritage in Brazil

Rhythms of Resistance: African Musical Heritage in Brazil by Peter Fryer
English | June 1, 2000 | ISBN: 0819564184 | 281 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

African rhythms are at the heart of contemporary black Brazilian music. Surveying a musical legacy that encompasses over 400 years, Peter Fryer traces the development of this rich cultural heritage. He describes how slaves, mariners, and merchants brought African music from Angola and the ports of east Africa to Latin America.
VA - Boogie Breakdown: South African Synth-Disco 1980-1984 (2016)

VA - Boogie Breakdown: South African Synth-Disco 1980-1984 (2016)
Disco, Boogie, Funk, Soul, Synth-Pop | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:00:59 | 139 MB
Label: Cultures Of Soul Records | Release Year: 2016

We probably say this more than we should, but this time our statement really isn't prone to hyberbole: we love the Cultures Of Soul label, and whatever genre they're reissuing, we can always count on them to deliver the quality like no other imprint. From Evans Pyramid to the recent black gospel compilation they've released, we have nothing but good stuff to say about them, and this is equally true of this new South African disco collection from the years 1980-1984. The title alone should do the trick but trust us, there is nothing but fire in here, and if you're the sort of collector scouting for rare African rhythms then this is the gear for you. The Cannibals start off with some lovely docile disco jams, Harari's "Party" is a sublime lo-fi funk cut, the Don Laka material is pure disco glory, and the remaining tunes by the likes of Neville Nash or Al Etto are able to destroy ANY dance floor from here to Durban. Top marks from us…

Samplephonics Saharan Rhythms MULTiFORMAT  Software

Posted by orientazure at July 9, 2016
Samplephonics Saharan Rhythms MULTiFORMAT

Samplephonics Saharan Rhythms MULTiFORMAT | 260 Mb

Saharah Rhythms' is a stunning collection of Afro-percussion samples. It is the latest offering from Samplephonics to provide you with unbelievable percussion flexibility. The pristine playing and production within this pack not only captures a vast range of traditional African rhythms, but can inject some groove and feel into many contemporary genres such as House and Techno.