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Mizik Sou Brooklyn Bridge

by Kapi

Haitian music at its best, nicely arranged original compositions and classics from the rich Caribbean repertoire.
Genre: World: World Beat
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1. Semer, Wouze, Rekolte
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2. Dambala
4:37 $0.99
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3. Mizik Sou Brooklyn Bridge
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4. Isit an Haiti
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5. Tanbou Frappe
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6. 10 Mars 82
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7. Ti Zando
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8. Bonne Annee
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9. El Manicero
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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As a member of Tabou Combo the legendary Haitian band, Kapi has been active for four dcades. As a percussionist,vocalist and songwriter he has been instrumental in connecting international audiences. Versed in piano performance,music theory and jazz, he began his solo career with the Afro Caribbean Project in 2006. With this project, Kapi released five full length albums including this current one "Mizik sou Brooklyn Bridge" Adding his unique style to the arrangements the project draws on the rich Haitian repertoire, pulling from folk songs, Vodou rhythmic, vocal elements and classic compositions that are deeply resonant from listeners. Afro Caribbean Project morphed into one that promotes celebration, education. and promotion of Haitian Culture to audiences in South Florida. The Haitian Heritage Preservation Inc ultimate aims to keep young Haitian-Americans in constant dialogue with the country's history both at home and its Diaspora through performance of its rich songbook presented in a modern setting.

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