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Techno-Bush (1984) is an album by Hugh Masekela recorded in his studio in Botswana and released on Jive Africa. It is notable for its early use of the term techno in a musical context.

Tracklisting

A1 Don't Go Lose It Baby A2 The Seven Riffs Of Africa : Medley A2.1 The Lion Never Sleeps A2.2 Isikhokhiyana A2.3 Grazing In The Grass B1 Motlalepula (The Rainmaker) B2 Getting Fat In Africa B3 Pula Ea Na (It's Raining) B4 African Secret Society B5 U - Dwi

Personnel

  • Bass - Zakes Mchunu
  • Drums - Bongani Nxele
  • Engineer - Greg Cutler
  • Engineer [Mix] - Nigel Green
  • Guitar [Rhythm] - Banjo Mosele
  • Guitar, Vocals - John Selolwane
  • Horns, Percussion, Vocals, Keyboards - Hugh Masekela
  • Organ - Moses Ngwenya
  • Percussion - Gasper Lawal*
  • Producer - Stewart Levine
  • Programmed By [Fairlight Cmi Music Computer] - Peter Harris
  • Vocals - Mandisa Dlanga , Mopati Tsienyane , Stella Khumalo , Tsepo Tshola
  • Notes: Recorded at the Battery Mobile at the Woodpecker Inn, Gaborone, Botswana. Mixed at Battery Studios in London.

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