Edited by Azizi Powell
This post showcases the music of the South African acapella music group "Amaryoni".
The content of this post is presented for folkloric, entertainment, and aesthetic purposes.
All copyrights remain with their owners.
Example #1: Amaryoni EPK
LeboMoliki, Uploaded on May 5, 2011
Amaryoni has become one of South Africa's finest Mbube vocal groups. The group's music is strongly influenced by the Is'cathamiya style, but Amaryoni also arrived at their special and unique sound by adding plenty of Township vibes, along with some "Bandit" music, and strong Gospel influences. Amaryoni ("The Lions") have been charming audiences around the country for years, and have grown into a strong, stable and harmonious musical unit.
All the closely-knit members fully understand and appreciate their important roles as singers in a nation that tends to sing about almost anything that happens, or has happened, to its people.
Line-up: Zamo Mbutho, Thulani Galane, Thami Mbatha, 'Spencer' Smanza Nokwe, and Nathi Scabashe.
Amaryoni - Sizodlal 'ibhola (We Play Soccer)
Jan Tak, Uploaded on Aug 13, 2011
If you miss the sound of the vuvuzela made famous during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, here is your chance to hear it again - Amaryoni (The Lions)performing "Sizodlal 'ibhola" (We Play Soccer) on their 2003 album Aza'Pella....
Amaryoni - Lion Sleeps No More (A capella)
FLORENCOM, Uploaded on Jul 4, 2009
Solomon Linda&The Evening Birds - Mbube
FLORENCOM, Uploaded on Nov 7, 2007
the original 1939 version of Mbube (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) by the South African group Solomon Linda And The Evening Birds.
Click http://www.africancreamstore.com/about-us/ for information about Amaryoni's music and music that has been recorded by other South African groups.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND THANKS
My thanks to the group Amaryoni. Also, thanks to the producers and uploaders of these sound files and videos for helping to spread awareness of this type of music and this group throughout the world.
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