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Comments on: Djembe and African music Spotify playlists http://djembefola.com/blog/djembe/djembe-and-african-music-spotify-playlists West African Djembe, dundun drumming and dancing Fri, 14 Aug 2015 10:08:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.3.3 By: James http://djembefola.com/blog/djembe/djembe-and-african-music-spotify-playlists/comment-page-1#comment-839 Tue, 14 Jun 2011 09:38:00 +0000 http://djembefola.com/blog/?p=227#comment-839 You should check out GrooveShark.com, they are similar, but they tend not to limit by country as much. I’m sure South African is often left out of these things. I know, because I used to live there.

Thanks for dropping by anyway :)

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By: Groove Custom http://djembefola.com/blog/djembe/djembe-and-african-music-spotify-playlists/comment-page-1#comment-838 Tue, 14 Jun 2011 09:34:08 +0000 http://djembefola.com/blog/?p=227#comment-838 I would really love to be able to listen to this, but we can’t access Spotify in South Africa unfortunately :(
I’ve recorded a few songs my self. I’m not the greates player, or vocalist for that matter, but for me, it’s not about talent, it’s about the joy it brings.
I’ve done a few tunes with the djembe, fujara and conkovka as well. If you’d like to have a listen, please visit my site, and click on the “gallery” link. http://groovecustom.toadsisland.com/
My version of Fanga leaves much to be desired, but the words mean the same thing, sung well or not 😀
I’d really appreciate some feedback, if you wouldn’t mind.

Ashé ashé!!!

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