- Title:Africa (The Women's Voice)
- Release date:2005
- Size FLAC version1641 mb
- Size MP3 version2899 mb
- Record from:CD, Compilation
|2||–Dorothy Masuka||Teya Teya||5:38|
|4||–Oumou Sangare||Kun Fè Ko||4:04|
|5||–Miriam Makeba||Pata Pata||2:56|
|6||–Busi Mhlongo And Twasa||Izinziswa||7:45|
|9||–Abyssinia Infinite Featuring Ejigayehu 'Gigi' Shibabaw||Gedawo||4:43|
|12||–Women Of Mambazo||Mamizolo||3:26|
|14||–Tété Alhinho||Scutam Ess Morna||3:17|
- Liner Notes, Compiled By – Iain Scott
Track 1 - South Africa
Track 2 - South Africa
Track 3 - South Africa
Track 4 - South Africa
Track 5 - Mali
Track 6 - Mali
Track 7 - Mali
Track 8 - Mauritania
Track 9 - Ethiopia
Track 10 - Ethiopia
Track 11 - Camerun
Track 12 - Dem. Rep. of Congo
Track 13 - Dem. Rep. of Congo
Track 14 - Cape Verde
Total time: 67:51.
℗ & © 2005.
Manufactured in EU (on label).
- Barcode: 6 9845820542 1
- Copyright (c) – Union Square Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Union Square Music Ltd.
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