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Various - Sounds Of A South African Homestead (In The Land Of The Zulus) album flac Performer: Various
Title: Sounds Of A South African Homestead (In The Land Of The Zulus)
Style: Field Recording
Released: 1956
Country: US
MP3 album: 1881 mb
FLAC album: 1521 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Not albums

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Tracklist

Dawn Chorus
Red-eyed Turtle Dove ...
Cape Turtle Dove ...
Cape Thrush ...
Diederick Cuckoo ...
Laughing Dove ...
Spotted-backed Weaver ...
Bush Birds
Trumpeter Hornbill ...
Crowned Hornbill ...
Tambourine Dove ...
Emerald-Spotted Dove ...
Black-Collared Barbet ...
Red-Browned Tinker Barbet ...
Olive Sunbird ...
Gorgeous Bush Shrike ...
Vervet Monkey ...
Knysna Lourie ...
Emerald Cuckoo ...
Bou-Bou Shrike ...
Bleating Bush Warbler ...
Apalis Or Bar-throated Warbler ...
Cicadas ...
Black-Headed Oriole ...
Layard's Bulbul ...
Noisy Robin ...
Red-win Shrike ...
Glossy Ibis ...
Sombre Bulbul ...
Forest Weaver ...
Narina Trogon ...
Fork-Tailed Drongo ...
Red-Chested Cuckoo ...
Late Afternoon Until Dark
Redwing Partridge ...
Amphibian Chorus ...
Concluding With Chorus Of Frog ...
Zulu Music
Curbstone Musicians Playing A Zulu-Ized Version Of What Seems To Be Red River Valley" (Umzinto, Natal)
European Type Music As Rendered By The Same Group. (Umzinto, Natal)
"Wenza Umuntu". (Umzinto, Natal)
Guitar Solo. (Inchinga, Natal)
Wedding Music.
Traditional Songs. (Umzumbe, Natal)
Jew's Harp. (Umpampinyoni, Natal)
Wedding Dance Of The Men. (Umzumbe, Natal)
Wedding Chanting. (Umzumbe, Natal)
Beer-Drink.
Traditional Recitatives Of Past Glories.
Ugumbo Player. (Umpampinyoni Valley, Natal)
Horn Blowing. (Umzumbe, Natal)
Ox Wagon.

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FPX 151 Various Sounds Of A South African Homestead (In The Land Of The Zulus) ‎(LP) Folkways Records FPX 151 US 1956
FX 6151 Various Sounds Of A South African Homestead (In The Land Of The Zulus) ‎(12", Fie) Folkways Records FX 6151 US 1956