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400: An Afrikan Epic by Dr. Mark Lomax, II

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Album Title: 400: An Afrikan Epic
CFG Multimedia
Released: 2019

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About the Album

"Tiriba" is a track from Mark Lomax's recording "400: An Afrikan Epic," out January 23, 2019 on CFG Multimedia, LLC. It's an ambitious 12-album project focusing on the story of Black America over the 400 years between the start of the transatlantic slave trade through today. "Tiriba" is a track from the first album of the project, titled "First Ankhcestor."

Track Listing

Suite 1: Alkebulan: The Beginning of Us (Album 1: The First Ankhcestor) Ngoma Lungundu; Tiriba; Wolosodon; Gombé; Talking Drums; Casá; (Album 2: Song of the Dogon) Po Tolo; Amma; The Pale Fox; Blessing of the Agon; (Album 3: Dance of the Orishas) Obatalá; Ogún; Oshoshi; Elegguá; Oyá; Oshün; Yemayá; LEB; Nommo; (Album 4: The Coming) Jua: Sunshine; Matumwa: Bondage; Uponyaji Mababu; Sigui: The Festival of Renewal. Suite 2: Ma’afa: Great Tragedy: (Album 5: Ma’afa) Captured; Day 1; Day 45: Rebellion; Day 60; Day 90; (Album6: Up South) First Conversation; Second Conversation; (Album 7: Four Women) Portrait of Queen Nzinga; Portrait of Ida B. Wells; Portrait of Angela Davis; Portrait of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; (Album 8: Blues In August) Ma' Rainey; Fences; Gem of the Ocean; Joe Turner’s New Money; Blues in August; Suite 3: Afro-Futurism: The Return to Uhuru (Album 9: Tales of the Black Experience) Afrika; The Coast of Afrika; The Middle Passage; Slavery In The New World; Visions of Freedom; Emancipation; The Hunt; Transcendence; Rapture; (Album 10: Ankh & The Tree of Life) Ankh; The Tree of Life; (Album 11: Spirits of the Egungun) Spirits I; Spirits II; Spirits III; Spirits IV; (Album 12: Afrika United) Ma'at; Trust; United; Power.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Mark Lomax, II: drum set, percussion (albums 1-6, 8-12), Baba Mehib (Larry Holmes): Afrikan percussion (album 1), Baba Barago (Johnny Hayes): Afrikan percussion (album 1), Freddie Kelley: Afrikan percussion (album 1), Edwin Bayard: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone (albums 2-6, 8-12), William Menefield: pianist, conductor (albums 2-4, 5 ,7, 8), Dean Hulett: bass (albums 2-6, 8-10), William Manley: violin (albums 5, 8), Erin Gilliland: violin (albums 5, 8), Norman Cardwell-Murri: viola (albums 5, 8), Mary Davis: cello (albums 5, 7, 8), Cora Kuyvenhoven: cello (album 7), Pei-An Chao: cello (album 7), Wendy Morton: cello (album 7).

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Date featured

May 10, 2020

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