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Alemayehu Eshete - Bechayane Tegodahu / Teredechewalehu (Vinyl)

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  1. Dec 14,  · Ney-Ney Woleba – Alemayehu Eshete by Chris Menist ‘Sout Tohama’ proved to be pretty reliable, and I picked up a few 7″s on this label. This was the pick for me – treacle slow, but it’s something about the yearning vocal that gets me. If anyone can shed any light on the subject matter, then please post comments.
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  3. Performer: Alemayehu Eshete. Album: Afer Yemegnshale, Chiro Adarie Negne. Frew Hailu - Almaz Mene Eda Naw Iyetegnu Neku. Mohamud Ahmet - Kulum Fikir Endegena. Alemayehu Eshete - Bechayane Tegodahu Teredechewalehu. Hailu Mergia and Dahlak Band – Almaz Eyasebkush. Artist: Hailu Mergia and Dahlak Band, Song: Almaz Eyasebkush, Duration:
  4. Wills Records is back this week with an Ethiopian vinyl Christmas special. Tuck in to a tasty array of miscellany from the Horn of Africa. Artist: Alemayehu Eshete b/w: Teredechewalehu PLEASE READ: I spend a very long time to listen and grade the records I sell on here, and try to make the gradings as accurate as possible. Occasionally I make a mistake, so please let me know if the .
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  6. because sometimes only dusty vinyl will do Just about got my Bangkok feet back on, but now I shall be off again tomorrow morning to Tokyo for the Japanese launch party for ‘Sound of Siam’, in conjunction with Disk Union.
  7. Bechayane Tegodahu – Alemayehu Eshete by Chris curious concoction – Jim Reeves, Cliff Richard, War, Tlahoun Gessesse, and three singles by the ‘Ethiopian Elvis’ Alemayehu Eshete, including, much to my surprise one of my personal favourites, ‘Ney-Ney Woleba’, a raucous piece of Ethio-funk, switching between hyperactive rock ‘n.

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