Paranda: Africa in Central America ()

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  1. Naguya Ne: (I Am Moving On)
  2. Balandria (Trawler)
  3. Dondo
  4. Junari Tibarin (Her Son-In-Law Is Her Lover)
  5. Fiura
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  1. Naguya Ne: (I Am Moving On)
  2. Balandria (Trawler)
  3. Dondo
  4. Junari Tibarin (Her Son-In-Law Is Her Lover)
  5. Fiura
  6. Lanarine Lamiseh (How Sad)
  7. Chulutu Garada Ni (I Received a Letter)
  8. Niri (My Name)
  9. Fadiri (Priest)
  10. Tuagi Bigidaran (Because of Your Guitar)
  11. Timblori (Earthquake)
  12. Mingigili (It Does Not Yet Stink)
  13. Malate Isien
  14. Sandi (Sickness)
  15. Africa
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Paranda is a musical tradition of the Garifuna, whose ancestry can be traced to West Africans (Ibo, Yoruba, and Ashanti tribes) and the Arawak Indians of the island of St. Vincent in the Caribbean. Today the Garifuna live in Belize, where they established communities in 1802 after being first exiled to Honduras from their native St. Vincent, then fleeing Honduras to escape a civil war. Paranda combines Spanish, Arawak, and West African influences to make a lively, acoustic music that is heavy on percussion. Nearly all ...

Paranda: Africa in Central America 2000, Elektra

UPC: 639842730327

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