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by Adam Solomon

Apart of Album RINGANA last track "Chiramuko "Morning", I give thanks, and get ready for my day, life is not easy, but we have to live it.The music sounds large in a band setting, with vocals, guitars accordian sounds, drumkit, and traditional drum
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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This is the last track completion of the Album "RINGANA" last 11th track. The Blues is the music of our mother's.These same melodies have being sung for many years with the African Slaves in the west, example Mississippi, Chicago, Memphis. My style is based on the African traditional Mijikenda blues from Kenya east Africa. Chiramuko meaning early morning, I give thanks and when the day light is beginning I head out to work. Life is not easy, but I try hard in life to get ahead, and to everyone it's like a mistery, and more. The music is expanded, and sounds large in a band setting, with vocals, guitars accordian sounds, drumkit, acoustic drums, symbols, hand drums, the bass harmony comes out from the guitar. no bass guitar was used in this tune. It's a blues feel that touches many hearts,and that's my connection to many. A gift of Music! Music composed, sound engineered, recorded, mix and produced by Adam Solomon at goldengooseproductions T.O. Canada . MPL Blues all rights reserved! Thanks Underground music program, thanks fans family and friends for your moral support. Blessings!

This Juno award winner is a master guitarist and composer. He sings in English, Swahili, and Mijikenda (the Nine Tribes from Mombasa on the Kenyan coast). "The Professor", as he is known in musical circles, is highly respected as a lead guitarist and vocalist. He creates a unique sound that combines traditional acoustic African blues and jazz, spiced with traditional coastal East African rhythms. Adam’s guitar method mirrors the sound of the ancient goatskin stringed instruments of the Mijikenda such as the Bunguu.

Ce lauréat du prix Juno est un maître guitariste et compositeur. Il chante en anglais, swahili et Mijikenda (les Neuf Tribus de Mombasa sur la côte kenyane). « Le Professeur », tel qu'il est connu dans les milieux musicaux, est très respecté en tant que guitariste et chanteur principal. Il crée un son unique qui combine le blues acoustique africain traditionnel et le jazz, épicé avec des rythmes maritimes traditionnels de l'Afrique de l'Est. La méthode de guitare d'Adam reflète le son des anciens instruments faits de la peau de chèvre du Mijikenda tels que Bunguu.



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