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Mutema

by Deodato Siquir

Groovy Beats in a mix of funked afrobeat coloured with jazz resulting in a world class jazz add. Soft poetic singing in a mix of English, Tonga & Portuguese with lyrics focusing on universal themes. Peace, Health & Prosperity.
Genre: Jazz: African Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Hi Pfuleli (Open for Us)
0:48 $1.99
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2. A Ma Siku (The Days)
3:40 $1.99
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3. Para Mutema (To Mutema)
4:51 $1.99
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4. Sou O Que Sou (I Am What I Am)
5:11 $1.99
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5. Voz Do Coração (Heart´s Voice)
5:00 $1.99
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6. Dar Amor (Give Love)
3:55 $1.99
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7. Terra Mãe (Mother Land)
4:38 $1.99
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8. Ngoma Ya Tin´tsumi (Angels Song)
2:53 $1.99
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9. Paz Saude & Prosperidade (Peace, Health & Prosperity)
1:51 $1.99
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10. De Mutema Para Nós (From Mutema to Us)
5:17 $1.99
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11. Lisimo La Mamana (Song for My Mother)
2:40 $1.99
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Album Notes
Deodato Siquir - Mutema 2011.
Featuring
Ayi Solomon, Celso Paco, Chico Matada, Felipe Robles, Isildo Novela, Matchote, Michael Haukelid, Nelton Miranda, Phong Le, Signe Lykkebo Dahlgreen,
Søren Heller, Yaya Diebate.
Mutema is released on July the 9th 2011 and its already been on top 5 RDP Africa in Portugal ( July to september ) and it went strait to 11th place on the World Music Charts Europe in September.
Groovy Beats in a mix of FUNKED AFROBEAT COULERED WITH JAZZ resulting in a world class jazz add. Soft poetic singing in a mix of English, Tonga & Portuguese with lyrics focusing on universal themes / Peace , Health & Prosperity.
This elements together they build up a crispy fresh sound where every time you listen you discover new details in the music of Deodato Siquir.




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