AfroJazz Global

Omar Sosa & Rajery – Tsiaro Tsara

Cuban composer and pianist Omar Sosa has spent ten years shaping An East African Journey, fusing jazz and traditional African music, with eight artists from East Africa.

With Olith Ratego
Old African Music

Harari – Musikana

2 classic albums from psychedelic South African afro-rock, Rufaro and Harari, are re-released on 3/1/2021.

The Beaters – Harari was released in 1975. After changing their name, Harari went into the studio late in 1976 to record their follow-up, Rufaro / Happiness. In 1976 they were voted South Africa’s top instrumental group and were in high demand at concert venues across the country.

Old African Music

We Intend to Cause Havoc! (WITCH)

Witch is a Zamrock band formed in the 1970s, during Zambia’s post-independence golden days, and widely seen as the most popular Zambian band of the time.

After a long hiatus, it was reborn in 2012, with lead vocalist Emanuel “Jagari” Chanda.

And yes, this is “Classic Rock”! Just think Rolling Stones…

(Jagger and Jagari sound the same…)


  1. Introduction
  2. Home Town (Instrumental)
  3. You Better Know
  4. Feeling High
  5. Like A Chicken
  6. See You Mama
  7. That’s What I Want
  8. Try Me (Instrumental)
  9. No Time


  1. Black Tears
  2. Motherless Child
  3. Tooth Factory
  4. Strange Dream
  5. Look Out
  6. Havoc
  7. October Night
  8. Off Ma Boots
  9. Lazy Bones
  10. Little Clown


  1. Living In The Past
  2. Young Lady
  3. Chance
  4. It’s Alright
  5. I’ve Been Away
  6. I Like The Way I Am
  7. The Only Way
  8. Smiling Face
  9. She Is Mine
  10. Mashed Potato