After rifling through a bunch of translated google pages, I found this:Johnny Dyani/Mongezi Feza/Okay Temiz: Rejoice (Cadillac SGC 1017 LP, 1972)Johnny Dyani: b, voOkay Temiz: dms, pcMongezi Feza: tp, voA1: Mad HighA2: Makaya MakayaB1: PukwanaB2: Imbomgolo -This album was, according to the listing, recorded live in Stockholm.
thx dude, i appreciate your help a lot.cheers.
No problem. I should note--the last two tracks (B1&B2) are each split in half on this rip. For Dyani connoisseurs--B1 uses the same bass line as "Ithi Gqi", and B2 is AKA "Angolian Cry".
Great Site! The most (well, one of the most) beautyful musics in the world...improv based music. Really hard to find stuff! Hope you don't plan to disappear like other sites lately...your work is apreciated. Thanks!
thanks fo this - i used to have it on vinyl myself years ago. lovely to hear it again...
Here is the a cover thumb of this long unavaliable Triohttp://urun.gittigidiyor.com/OKAY-TEMIZ-JOHNNY-DYANI-Rejoice-NADIR-JAZZ-LP_W0QQidZZ7247589They have also on the same year recorded two albums for SonetMusic For Xaba. (1972) (Sonet SNTF 642)&Music For Xaba. (1972) (Sonet SNTF 642)that as far i know are also out of print.
a pleasure having you back, great album this,
Thank you. Wonderful album, wonderful blog.
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