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Voices of Our Vision

by Tune Recreation Committee

Tune Recreational Committee (TRC) announces their much anticipated debut album Voices Of Our Vison. A formidable quintet comprising of some of Cape Town’s finest young musicians and special guests.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Umhlangano
10:24 $1.99
2. Umuvangeli
8:15 $1.89
3. Reprise
5:12 $1.99
4. Ke TS.O.NA
4:12 $1.99
5. Voices of Our Vision
9:12 $1.99
6. R.O.AD
10:34 $1.99
7. Hop n Skop
5:31 $1.99
8. T.W.E (Troubles We Enjoy)
8:12 $1.99
9. Balkan Zulu
6:48 $1.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Tune Recreational Committee (TRC) A formidable quintet comprising of some of Cape Town’s finest young musicians. Featuring Clement Benny on drums, Nicholas Williams on bass, Keenan Ahrends on guitar, Mandla Mlangeni on trumpet and special guest Mark Fransman on tenor and alto saxophone, alto flute, and accordion. The legendary Madala Kunene add his distinct guitar voice into the fold as well. The unit is also features the vocal talents of Yonela Mnana, Vuyo Tshuma and Zoe Modiga. The Cape Town –based TRC takes original tunes and reinvents nods from their influences to embracing vibrant underground music scene of drum and bass to Balkanology. Fusing imported sounds and exporting to their own flavour, either going into a Ghoema -tinged feel or just improvising around the melody. The T.R.C is the playground for the interrogation, assimilation and extended extemporisation from the canon of South African jazz heritage.



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