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Niger, Tribal Music, Tuareg Woman Playing An Imzad.  Traditional Instrument Consisting Of A Goatskin Covered Gourd Or Wooden Resonator Played With A Curved Bow And Horsehair String. : Stock Photo

Niger, Tribal Music, Tuareg Woman Playing An Imzad. Traditional Instrument Consisting Of A Goatskin Covered Gourd Or Wooden Resonator Played With A Curved Bow And Horsehair String. : Stock Photo

miriam makeba | Well there is a lot of work here for younger and older musicians now. Our Ministry of Culture has now really embarked on changing things for artists, and it is getting much better. We just have to organize ourselves as artists, and then things will be better.

miriam makeba | Well there is a lot of work here for younger and older musicians now. Our Ministry of Culture has now really embarked on changing things for artists, and it is getting much better. We just have to organize ourselves as artists, and then things will be better.

Obo Addy (January 15, 1936 – September 13, 2012) was a Ghanaian drummer and dancer who was one of the first native African musicians to bring the fusion of traditional folk music and Western pop music known as worldbeat to Europe and then to the Pacific Northwest of the United States in the late 1970s. He taught music at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

Obo Addy (January 15, 1936 – September 13, 2012) was a Ghanaian drummer and dancer who was one of the first native African musicians to bring the fusion of traditional folk music and Western pop music known as worldbeat to Europe and then to the Pacific Northwest of the United States in the late 1970s. He taught music at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

Africa | "Danseuses bleues de Goulimine" Morocco || Vintage postcard; publisher Bernard Rouget.  No 81.

Africa | "Danseuses bleues de Goulimine" Morocco || Vintage postcard; publisher Bernard Rouget. No 81.

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