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The Tizita rhythm from Soul Of Anbessa

The Tizita rhythm from Soul Of Anbessa

The Tizita rhythm from Soul Of Anbessa

By Angus Taylor on Friday, February 4, 2011 - 1 comment

Listen to Maybe (One Day) by Prince Alla and World Crisis by the Tamlins.


Following his well-received Shuttle, Swiss reggae polymath Marc Ismail has released two cuts on a second rhythm for his Soul Of Anbessa label.

Titled the Tizita (Amharic for “nostalgia”) it’s an early 80s style piece played by the Roots Radics and mixed by Fatta Marshall. The first cut is Maybe (One Day) voiced by Marc’s old spar Prince Alla. The other, World Crisis, comes courtesy of the Tamlins – who also supply backing vocals on Maybe (One Day)

According to Marc, “More versions will follow: the wonderful Vernon "Maytone" Buckley, Danny Culture, and a young great Jamaican talent, Dwight Pinkney's protégée Jazzmine Black. Stay tuned...”

For the time being, Maybe (One Day) and World Crisis are out on 7” on February 6th.

Tizita Riddim

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Posted by djahcarlitos on 07.29.2011
Stay roots culture forever young.

Comments actually desactivated due to too much spams

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