Listen to Bezuyaehu Demissie. Great Album from great artist.
We're very excited to be the first to bring you a look at the 787 Cockpit! You will discover the dreamliner inside and out as you join 8 flights in the cockpit to 7 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe! A must was to include a flight in the cabin and we did just that as you get the full experience from takeoff to landing including the safety demo and many fabulous views of the wings and engines. Pilots and other Ethiopian Airlines people will inform you about all aspects of this new airplane. Enjoy this great presentation of Boeing's newest jet!
Right from the stop-start bass groove that opens "The Emperor," it's immediately clear that Ethiopian Knights is more indebted to funk – not just funky jazz, but the straight-up James Brown/Sly Stone variety – than any previous Donald Byrd project. And, like a true funk band, Byrd and his group work the same driving, polyrhythmic grooves over and over, making rhythm the focal point of the music. Although the musicians do improvise, their main objective is to keep the grooves pumping, using their solos more to create texture than harmonic complexity.
The Indigo Trio – flautist Nicole Mitchell, double bassist and pianist Harrison Bankhead and drummer Hamid Drake – accompanied by fellow flautist Michel Edelin on this Rogue Art set! Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest may be at its core a prime pairing of 2 of the most creative flute players on the planet, but the other players have ample space to do their thing – lots of it! 2 brilliantly communicative, yet distinct flutes, supported and matched by Bankhead and Drake masterfully. Half of the set is credited as Nicole Mitchell compositions: 'Top Secret", "Inside The Earth", "Wind Current" and "Ambre Sunset" – plus Edelin's "Derives" and "Call Back", Bankhead's "Return Of The Sun" and the stellar title piece, credited to the group.
Retranscription en français, anglais et amharique des chansons de la révolution socialiste éthiopienne …