Listen on Apple Podcasts. The Zambian mining towns of Kitwe and Ndola offered an eclectic music scene in the s from freewheeling derivative garage on the one hand to groups that channelled traditional ceremonial sounds through the matrix of rock on the other. Our final episode weaves a thread through the stories of the Fireballs, Ngozi Family, Ricky Banda and 5 Revolutions, showing the trajectory of Zambian pop music from rock and funk experimentation to the evolution of the kalindula sound, which brought an end to the Zamrock era in the early s. In this episode, Victor candidly shares the story of his disability from polio, the challenges and hard work that shaped his spiritual mind-set and technique, his lifetime dedication to music and personal reflections on I Can See It Coming — an album he released in when he was just 21 years old. An episode of Zamrock firsts. Amanaz released their sole album Africa in Also featured are rare tracks from Amanaz offshoot bands Heathen and Drive Unit. Sam Valenti IV and Molly Smith talk to us about ego death, spooky paintings, music as a salve for these trying times and some new Ghostly artists to watch out for, plus Dabrye and Shigeto break down the making of some special tunes.
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