Exiled by Thandi Ntuli
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Thandi Ntuli

Label: Ndlela Music Company
Released: 2018
Duration: 01:28:00
Views: 611

Track Listing

DISC ONE: #1 The Void (Intro) #2 Exiled #3 Freefall #4 Abyssinia (Intro) #5 Abyssinia (feat. Tlale Makhene) #6 What's Left? #7 Umthandazo Womzali #8 The Void (feat. Lebo Mashile) DISC TWO: #9 It's Complicated, Pt. 1 (feat. Vuyo Sotashe) #10 It's Complicated, Pt. 2 #11 Rainbow (Skit) #12 New Way #13 13 #14 Cosmic Light (Benji's Meditation) #15 Cosmic Light


Additional Personnel / Information

#1 Thandi Ntuli - Piano, Keyboards, Production, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Spoken Word (track 1) #2 Sphelelo Mazibuko - Live Drums #3 Keenan Ahrends - Guitar #4 Spha Mdlalose - Backing Vocals #5 Benjamin Jephta - Double Bass, Electric Bass #6 Marcus Wyatt - Trumpet, Flugel Horn #7 Mthunzi Mvubu - Flute, Alto Saxophone #8 Justin Sasman - Trombone #9 Sisonke Xonti - Tenor Saxophone (tracks 2, 5, 8, 13,15) #10 Linda Sikhakhane - Tenor Saxophone (tracks 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12) #11 Vuyo Sotashe - Vocals & Backing Vocals (track 9) #12 Kwelagobe Sekele - Additional Sounds (track 4) #13 Lebogang Mashile - Poetry, Spoken Word (track 8) #14 Tlale Makhene - Percussion (tracks 5,12).

Album Description

With the release of her highly acclaimed debut album "The Offering" (2014), Thandi did well to both introduce and establish herself as an important contributor to modern South African Jazz. Her sophomore album, "Exiled" is her latest offering and includes compositions which stretch across the boundaries of genre and features a selection of the cream of South African talent; including percussionist Tlale Makhene, poet Lebo Mashile and vocalist Vuyo Sotashe



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