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9 thoughts on “ Absent - Myele Manzanza - One (CD, Album)

  1. CD Of The Week: MYELE MANZANZA "One" February 26, The musically prolific Myele Manzanza has not only held down the drums as part of Wellington’s Electric Wire Hustle for the past 4 years but has also drummed for Olmecha Supreme, Sheba Williams, The Recloose Live Band, The Jonathan Crayford Trio as well as for his father – Sam Manzanza.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of One on Discogs. Label: BBE - BBE • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Broken Beat Myele Manzanza - One (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  3. Delve into the life of New Zealand artist Myele Manzanza and you’ll find that the blend of electro, soul, hip hop, jazz and Afrobeat music on his debut solo album One, makes perfect sense as a balanced reflection of his individual life lived and the various musical influences and experiences within it.
  4. The opening track on Wellington drummer Myele Manzanza's debut solo album samples voicemail messages left by his supportive but weary neighbours, Jill and T Album review: Myele Manzanza, ONE.
  5. OnePointOne (Live at The Blue Whale) by Myele Manzanza, released 11 November 1. A Love Eclectic 2. Absent Fade 3. 7 Bar Thing 4. Circumstances 5. Jeremy Sole Interlude 6. Love Is War For Miles 7. Montara 8. Everybody Isn't / A Long Walk 9.
  6. Download Myele Manzanza songs, singles and albums on MP3. Over one million legal MP3 tracks available at Juno Download. Myele Manzanza.
  7. OnePointOne (Live at the Blue Whale), an album by Myele Manzanza on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Theo Parrish conducts a live take on his ‘First Floor’ album classic from Myele Manzanza (drums), Mark de Clive-Lowe (piano, keyboards, electronics), and Scott Maynard (double bass) Guided by a sketch of the original ‘Love is War For Miles’, and the following notes - 1) start with unrecognised fragments 2) find our way into the rhythm 3) hit the melody four times 4) deliberately break.

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