Chris Schilder Quintet Featuring Mankunku - Spring mp3 album
|Performer:||Chris Schilder Quintet|
|Style:||Cape Jazz, Hard Bop|
|Date of release:||1969|
|MP3 album size:||1259 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1163 mb|
|Digital formats:||VOX RA AUD WAV MP4 AU MP2|
From "Chris Schilder Quintet featuring Mankunku - Spring" Written by Chris.
Chris Schilder Quintet Featuring Mankunku – Spring. Label: Atlantic City – AYL 1001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: South Africa. Piano – Chris Schilder. Producer, Liner Notes – Ray Nkwe. Supervised By – Louis Botha. Tenor Saxophone – Winston "Mankunku" Ngozi. Recorded on November 22nd 1968 at the Herrick Merrill Studios, Johannesburg.
CHRIS SCHILDER – piano WINSTON ‘MANKUNKU’ NGOZI – tenor sax GARRY KRIEL – guitar PHILLIP SCHILDER – bass GILBERT MATTHEWS – drums. Reissued on CD by Gallo Record Company in 2007. The CD features Mankunku’s first two albums and is titled Yakhal’ Inkomo after his first record became South Africa’s best selling jazz record of all time. Spring is Mankunku’s second and it’s scarcity can be attributed to a fire at the EMI factory which destroyed the original master tapes. source: flatinternational.
Chris Schilder Quintet Winston Mankunku Ngozi. Chris Schilder Quintet & Winston 'Mankunku' Ngozi Spring.
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Winston "Mankunku" Ngozi.
A2 Before The Rain And After 3:45. Chris Schilder Quintet Featuring Mankunku -Spring (LP, Album).
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He recorded an album with the Chris Schilder Quintet in 1969 and an album with the Cliffs, a group featuring Stompie Manana and Roger Khoza, in 1975. For the next decade, his only recording was an album that he recorded under a pseudonym with Sammy Hartman, until 1986. Mankunku's comeback album, Jika, was released in 1986. Recorded in Cape Town and London, the album features Mike Perry, a pianist that Mankunku had worked with since the early '80s, and South African session players Bheki Mseleku, Russell Herman, and Lucky Ranku.
Originally released on Mankunku Quartet - Yakhal 'Inkomo (1968); from: Freedom Blues: South African Jazz Under Apartheid (Nascente NCCD 048, 1999). Winston "Mankunku" Ngozi (ts) & Early Mabuza Trio: Lionel Pillay (p), Agrippa Magwaza (b), Early Mabuza (d). 5 - Recorded in the early 1970s, first published in 1971. From: "African Sun" (KAZ CD 102, 1988) spring garden music (jack wright).
|Before The Rain And After||3:45|
|You Don't Know What Love Is||8:20|
|AYL 1001||Chris Schilder Quintet* Featuring Mankunku*||Chris Schilder Quintet* Featuring Mankunku* - Spring (LP, Album)||Atlantic City||AYL 1001||South Africa||1969|
|UPL 5007||Chris Schilder Quintet* Featuring Mankunku*||Chris Schilder Quintet* Featuring Mankunku* - Spring (LP, Album, RP)||Up Up Up||UPL 5007||South Africa||1974|