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South African Friends - Sangena - We Are Coming In - Live Au Petit Faucheux Scaricare
South African Friends
Sangena - We Are Coming In - Live Au Petit Faucheux
Cape Jazz
AA Records , AA Records
590 097, 590097
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1Hug Pine
Written-By – Dudu Pukwana
Written-By – Lucky Ranku, Pinise Saul
Written-By – Traditional
5For Zila / Nalidada (Duck And Champagne)
Written-By – Albert Glasser, Dudu Pukwana
Written-By – Pinise Saul, Roland Perrin
Written-By – Lucky Ranku, Pinise Saul
9Intombi Zelali (Girls Like To Say Yes)
Written-By – Lucky Ranku, Pinise Saul
Written-By – Chris McGregor, Sonti Mndebele


  • Alto SaxophoneMike Rose
  • BassPhil Scragg
  • Design [Graphic Design]Pierre-Yves Delarue
  • DrumsVictor Starkey
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer]Christian Leclerc, Stéphane Hamon
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]Myron Meerson
  • GuitarLucky Ranku
  • Liner NotesBernard Aimé
  • Liner Notes [English Translation]Theo Meyer
  • ManagementTheo Meyer
  • Photography ByPhilippe Morel
  • PianoRoland Perrin
  • ProducerBernard Aimé, Michel Audureau
  • Technician [Technical Direction]Jean-Marc Creusot
  • VocalsPinise Saul


Recorded live at the Petit Faucheux, Tours, France, March 27, 28 & 29, 1992.
℗ & © 1992 - AA Records
First label cat. # on spine, second on rear cover and CD.

Codici a barre

  • Barcode: 3 355385 900979
  • Rights Society: SACEM / SACD / SDRM / SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout: CDV 590097
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Price Code: AD 184


  • Distributed By – Adda
  • Recorded At – Petit Faucheux
  • Copyright (c) – AA Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – AA Records
  • Recorded By – Radio France Tours


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