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  • Performer: P.I. Man & Memre Buku
  • Album: Masannah
  • Label: SMA Records
  • Catalog #: SMALP 006
  • FLAC: 2964 mb | MP3: 2558 mb
  • Country: Netherlands
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  • Category: Reggae / Latin / Funk / Country
P.I. Man & Memre Buku - Masannah flac

Tracklist

1Visions
Bass – Lesley JosephTrumpet – Fernando Garcia Corea
4:32
2Afro-Beat
Bass – Lesley JosephTrumpet – Fernando Garcia Corea
4:51
3Simba
Bass – Lesley JosephTrumpet – Machiel Scholder
7:39
4Ritual Bath
Bass – Guilly KosterTrumpet – Machiel Scholder
3:27
5Foto Libi
Bass – Guilly KosterSkratjie – Eddy VeldmanTrumpet – Machiel Scholder
7:53
6Be Be Bong
Trumpet – Machiel Scholder
3:49
7Masannah
Synthesizer [Yamaha DX-7] – Glenn GaddumTrumpet – Fernando Garcia Corea
8:44

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
T 9965P-I Man & Memre Buku P-I Man & Memre Buku - Masannah ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Team Records T 9965IndonesiaUnknown

Credits

  • Backing VocalsDenise Zeefuik, Patricia Balrak
  • Baritone Saxophone, Tenor SaxophoneAtiba Kenyatta
  • Bass, GuitarLesley Joseph (tracks: A1, B2)
  • Congas, PercussionPonda 'O Bryan, Yogi Gilles
  • Electronic Drums [Simmons], Synthesizer [Yamaha RX-II]Marius Tjon
  • Engineer [Assistant]Eric 'Booger' Oostwoud
  • Executive Producer – Vincent Henar
  • Guitar [Solo]Franky Douglas (tracks: B2), Victor Enes (tracks: A2, B4)
  • Layout, Art DirectionRob Fabriek
  • Photography – Frans 'Paco' Brigitta, Pieter-Carl van Gaart
  • PianoGlenn Gaddum
  • Producer, EngineerGodwin Logie
  • Synthesizer [Yamaha RX-11]Eddy Veldman
  • Synthesizer [Yamaha RX-II]Lesley Joseph
  • Tenor SaxophoneKees 'Kitta' Smit
  • Translated ByGuilly Koster
  • Written-By, Composed By, Directed By, Lead Vocals, Percussion, Synthesizer [Yamaha RX-II]Imro E. Belliot

Notes

co-production of the Surinam Music Association (SMA) and the N.O.V.I.B.

liner notes
It is impossible to translate the Surinam poetry created by P-I Man literal into English as certain Surinam words and expressions do not have a meaning in other languages, countries or cultures. This is a result of the guerilla fought by the Marrons; one could not trust non-members of the army... Yet we have tried to approach the meanings as close as possible.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Studio 150

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