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Friday, November 29, 2013

Ephrem Tamiru - Demo Jemeregne



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1. Ephrem Tamiru - Demo Jemeregne (6:33)
2. Ephrem Tamiru - Ayital (6:33)
3. Ephrem Tamiru - Hagerei (9:07)
4. Ephrem Tamiru - Kelelaye (7:38)
5. Ephrem Tamiru - Erbeshbesh Ale (5:39)
6. Ephrem Tamiru - Dehna Hugne (4:41)
7. Ephrem Tamiru - Bilelegne (6:18)
8. Ephrem Tamiru - Teresashe Woye (6:43)
9. Ephrem Tamiru - Neyima (7:45)



Neway Debebe - Best of Neway Debebe (Collection 2007)




       Neway Debebe has been described as possessing a "voice of silk". A protégé of poet Tilahoun Gessesse, Debebe first attracted attention as the lead vocalist of The Roha Band, a tradition-rooted Ethiopian pop band that has supplied accompaniment on more than two hundred and fifty recordings by such top-ranked Ethiopian vocalists as Aster Aweke, Tilahoun Gessesse and Mahmoud Ahmed

     Debebe has also performed with Three Flowers, a group he shares with Tsegaye Eshetu and Areghagn Wersash. 

        Besides his ability to write and produce all of his songs, his charm and genuine love of his fellow Ethiopians are what made him everyone’s favorite.




01. Neway Debebe - Maebel New (4:12)
02. Neway Debebe - Teteyeki Was (5:31)
03. Neway Debebe - Hagere Nat Habte (5:26)
04. Neway Debebe - Ye Ayne Abeba Nesh (4:07)
05. Neway Debebe - Yetikimt Abeba (3:52)
06. Neway Debebe - Lalkedash Kal Alebign (5:08)
07. Neway Debebe - Yelefku Ende Hon Banchi Sefer (5:10)
08. Neway Debebe - Siwodush Eweki (7:22)
09. Neway Debebe - Egnaw Enitarek (5:00)
10. Neway Debebe - Ye-Fikir Emebet (4:52)
11. Neway Debebe - Yegna Loga (5:50)
12. Neway Debebe - Wuletash Alebign (4:23)
13. Neway Debebe - Ayaya (5:06)
14. Neway Debebe - Afar Gemalitua (4:36)
15. Neway Debebe - Yefikir Gedam (4:05)


Thursday, November 28, 2013

Hirut Bekele - various tracks






01. Hirut Bekele - Akebetun Seweta (5:13)
02. Hirut Bekele - Almokerkum Neber (3:23)
03. Hirut Bekele - Demam Konjo (7:08)
04. Hirut Bekele - Essu Lij Yene Newu (4:29)
05. Hirut Bekele - Essu New Messelegn (2:47)
06. Hirut Bekele - Hiwot Ende Shekla (4:43)
07. Hirut Bekele - Lemeweded Lefeqer (5:05)
08. Hirut Bekele - Man yawqal yebeten (3:10)
09. Hirut Bekele - Mezmur (4:57)
10. Hirut Bekele - Semehen Awesegne (6:50)
11. Hirut Bekele - Yeqondjowotch mender (2:55)


Gossaye Tesfaye - Gossaye [2009]


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01. Gossaye Tesfaye - Tamriyalesh (4:53)
02. Gossaye Tesfaye - Koyababa (5:54)
03. Gossaye Tesfaye - Satamahagn Bilagn (4:52)
04. Gossaye Tesfaye - Yene Neger (5:44)
05. Gossaye Tesfaye - Enateye (5:30)
06. Gossaye Tesfaye - Wub Nat (4:28)
07. Gossaye Tesfaye - Konjeye (5:50)
08. Gossaye Tesfaye - Sew telamdo (5:15)
09. Gossaye Tesfaye - Men adergalew (4:45)
10. Gossaye Tesfaye - Toksido (5:47)
11. Gossaye Tesfaye - Zeem (5:11)
12. Gossaye Tesfaye - Akoyat (4:15)
13. Gossaye Tesfaye - WEdehalew Bela (5:49)
14. Gossaye Tesfaye - Dire (5:25)
15. Gossaye Tesfaye - Wedehalew Bela (5:50)
16. Gossaye Tesfaye - Zem Zem



Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Abeba Lakew - Manale [2011]


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       Abeba Lakew or Abby Lakew, an Ethiopian-American artist from the Houston area, releases a well received album entitled "Hello Ethiopia". The album has proved to be a surprise hit helping the young singer assume the position of one of the most successful Ethiopian artist so far. 

Abby Lakew

       Abby is one of the few Ethiopian singers who are mixing the traditional and modern way of singing into one blend and make a great music. It has been a while since Abby release her first and last album. 



 01 - Manale (feat. Vikki Matthew)  
 02 - Awobel (feat. Vikki Matthew)  
 03 - Desta  
 04 - Egnalay (feat. Vikki Matthew)  
 05 - Achawtegne (feat. Vikki Matthew)  
 06 - Helo Ethiopia  
 07 - Degenaw  
 08 - Alemie  
 09 - Aynien Atmelket  
 10 - Esunnew (feat. Vikki Matthew)  
 11 - Emenegne

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Yemane Ghebremichael [aka Yemane Barya] - Mesob Ade [1994] [eritrea]




           The late Yemane Ghebremichael know by his nickname Barya was one of Eritrea's favourite singers. He was exiled during the war but now teams up with the Zemen band to record this album at the Admas Studio in Asmara.

       Yemane's songwriting strove to reflect what he perceived to be Eritrean experience during the Eritrean War of Independence. His songs were dotted with stories of love, journey, hope, immigration, and liberation. In 1975, he was jailed for the perceived political interpretation of one of his songs.

       A few years after the declaration of the independence of Eritrea, Yemane moved to Asmara and continued to release albums that reflected the new era of hope and national prosperity, with a mixture of Eritrean and Latin melodies. He also sang about the people involved in the movement towards Eritrean independence, and the sacrifices of that movement.

         Yemane Barya was also known as the 'Eritrean caretaker', due to his reputation as being of a generous, down-to-earth nature, and for sharing his place with newly arrived Eritreans. He is known for having helped many Eritreans adjust to diaspora life in Sudan and move to better places in the Middle East, America, Europe, etc. He was also reputed for his artistry and mastery of Tigrinya, the most widely used language in Eritrea.


1. Yemane Barya - NATZNET YU KIBRET (6:33)
2. Yemane Barya - MESOB ADE (6:58)
3. Yemane Barya - KULU ENTNAY N'AKI (7:59)
4. Yemane Barya - NEWRI AYKONEN FKRI (8:27)
5. Yemane Barya - AB HILMI MISAKI HADIRE (9:05)
6. Yemane Barya - AKMISKINI HAMOT (8:25)
7. Yemane Barya - FERIHEKI'YE (6:42)
8. Yemane Barya - ETZBEY ALEKU (6:26)


 From the softly sensuous sounds of Natzanet, he and the band proceed through a lovely set of songs. On the more traditional side the mournful and haunting sound of the title track gives way to the bouncy style of Kulu and its faster cousin Newri. On the modern side Ab Hilmi is simply gorgeous, so to the bubbly sound of Akmiskini with Yermane's softly warbling vocal style and the lovely mix of sax and guitars they come across beautifully.

Ephrem Tamiru - 3 old albums [ethiopia]






   P  O  O  R     R  I  P  S     (but who cares)   





         Ephrem Tamiru is one of the best Ethiopian musician since 70's. In fact he is still successful Artist in Ethiopia.








Ephrem Tamiru - Geday Nesh Geday




01. Ephrem Tamiru - Monmuane nesh (5:38)
02. Ephrem Tamiru - Geday nesh geday (7:55)
03. Ephrem Tamiru - Gojosh Yeshalal (7:02)
04. Ephrem Tamiru - Erefew Lebe (9:29)
05. Ephrem Tamiru - Ken sitel (8:40)
06. Ephrem Tamiru - Wey lebe (6:58)
07. Ephrem Tamiru - Yecheger yelem wey (6:21)
08. Ephrem Tamiru - Yetibebun neger (4:59)



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Ephrem Tamiru - Neyelegn







01. Ephrem Tamiru - a 01 - Neyelegn (5:13)
02. Ephrem Tamiru - a 02 - Akale (6:37)
03. Ephrem Tamiru - a 03 - Azerash Alugn (4:33)
04. Ephrem Tamiru - a 04 - Tew Lebe (5:15)
05. Ephrem Tamiru - a 05 - Tizetayen Semi (5:04)
06. Ephrem Tamiru - b 01 - Merakeshin Eyayu (8:49)
07. Ephrem Tamiru - b 01 - Tazebesh hode (5:22)
08. Ephrem Tamiru - b 02 - Yagere Lej (5:28)
09. Ephrem Tamiru - b 04 - Yachi Melke Kena (5:04)
10. Ephrem Tamiru - b 05 - Yene Adey Abeba (7:25)




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Ephrem Tamiru - Selam Lebelesh






01. Ephrem Tamiru - Telakegn lebe (8:21)
02. Ephrem Tamiru - Emnete aderash new (7:43)
03. Ephrem Tamiru - Yegeter fikrachen (6:45)
04. Ephrem Tamiru - Enkelfen atahu (6:33)
05. Ephrem Tamiru - Anchiw nesh hememe (7:14)
06. Ephrem Tamiru - Alchel belual hode (8:48)
07. Ephrem Tamiru - Kegaraw bashager (4:39)
08. Ephrem Tamiru - Abre negn (4:05)
09. Ephrem Tamiru - Yene tafache (5:42)



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Fegegeta - Fegegeta [2008]


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Fanta Baleh (tracks 1,2,6,8)
Sitoto Jemberu (tracks 1,3,6,9)
Amaru Negash (track4)
Yelak Mesgebu (tracks 5,10)
Abebaw Assat (track 7)

1. Bati (a city in Ethiopia)
2. Minjar (a type of Ethiopian folk song)
3. Boychek (to grab)
4. Libain (my heart)
5. Aish Aishenaw (to see you)
6. Gondar (a city in Ethiopia)
7. Arada (an urban district in Addis Ababa)
8. Sikota (when I get angry)
9. Ala Rejim (I don't get old)
10. Gojjam ( a province in east Ethiopia)



Monday, November 25, 2013

Desalegn Melku - Gashe Aleka Birru [2004]


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1. Desalegn Melku - Balageru 2 (6:54)
2. Desalegn Melku - Abo Tewuna (6:42)
3. Desalegn Melku - Guazuadezenozocheze (5:58)
4. Desalegn Melku - Lemine (6:09)
5. Desalegn Melku - Gas Aleka Birru (5:27)
6. Desalegn Melku - Endeteleyachu (5:34)
7. Desalegn Melku - Menagn (6:30)
8. Desalegn Melku - Guragea (5:48)
9. Desalegn Melku - Wogene (5:43)

Abinet Agonafer - Woleta [2007]


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01. Abinet Agonafer - Susen (5:29)
02. Abinet Agonafer - Chuh Chuh (6:00)
03. Abinet Agonafer - Balebgne (5:49)
04. Abinet Agonafer - Athegbnge (4:06)
05. Abinet Agonafer - Woleta (9:07)
06. Abinet Agonafer - Samegne (5:52)
07. Abinet Agonafer - Byebye (5:32)
08. Abinet Agonafer - Eteme (5:38)
09. Abinet Agonafer - Leyou (4:35)
10. Abinet Agonafer - Hager (5:02)
11. Abinet Agonafer - Metach Lene Bela (4:24)
12. Abinet Agonafer - Yezarene (6:54)
13. Abinet Agonafer - Rehame (5:30)
14. Abinet Agonafer - Ledgen (4:09)



Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ketema Mekonen - Greatest hits [2000]


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Ketema Mekonen



1. Ketema Mekonen - Fano (4:23)
2. Ketema Makonen - Bati (4:25)
3. Ketema Mekonen - Tizita (5:23)
4. Ketema Mekonen - Shemonmuana (6:07)
5. Ketema Mekonen - Gele Beyi (2:47)
6. Ketema Mekonen - Endegena (4:29)
7. Ketema Mekonen - Aynama (4:14)
8. Ketema Mekonen - Mela Mela (6:26)
9. Ketema Mekonen - Zemede (4:17)
10. Ketema Mekonen - Ene Ishalishalehu (3:51)
11. Ketema Mekonen - Anchewoye Lene (2:52)
12. Ketema Mekonen - Benena Anchi (4:19)
13. Ketema Mekonen - Girfe (3:01)

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Tewodros Kassahun - Afro Teddy [2002]


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01. Tewodros Kassahun - Yasteserial (7:05)
02. Tewodros Kassahun - Alemen Alena (3:58)
03. Tewodros Kassahun - Shemendefer (4:44)
04. Tewodros Kassahun - Ker Yehun (4:38)
05. Tewodros Kassahun - Kab Dahlak (5:15)
06. Tewodros Kassahun - Lay Say Bel Setegn (5:17)
07. Tewodros Kassahun - Lambadina (4:59)
08. Tewodros Kassahun - Etege (5:37)
09. Tewodros Kassahun - Lemen Yehon (4:37)
10. Tewodros Kassahun - Negeregn Kalsh (6:14)
11. Tewodros Kassahun - Lemi Leleleh (Affe) (5:49)
12. Tewodros Kassahun - Balderesu (3:59)
13. Tewodros Kassahun - Promise (5:09)
14. Tewodros Kassahun - Selamie (7:36)



Monday, November 18, 2013

Yemane Barya - Best of Yemane [eritrea]




Yemane Ghebremichael (commonly known as Yemane Barya), was a well-known Eritrean songwriter, composer and singer. Not confined to musical pursuits, Yemane was also heavily involved in Eritrean politics. He died of natural causes in 1997.



Yemane’s songwriting strove to reflect what he perceived to be Eritrean experience during the Eritrean War of Independence. His songs were dotted with stories of love, journey, hope, immigration, and liberation. In 1975 he was jailed for the perceived political interpretation of one of his songs.

A few years after the declaration of the independence of Eritrea, Yemane moved to Asmara and continued to release albums that reflected the new era of hope and national prosperity, with a mix of African and Latin melodies. He also sang about the people involved in the movement towards Eritrean independence, and the sacrifices of that movement.

Yemane was also known as the ‘Eritrean caretaker’ due to his reputation as being of a generous, down-to-earth nature, and for sharing his place with newly arrived Eritreans. He is known to having helped many Eritreans adjust to diaspora life in Sudan and move to better places in the Middle East, America, Europe, etc. He was known for his deep sense of artistry and mastery of Tigrinya, the most widely used Eritrean language.


Halima Abdurahman - Halima [1999]





Friday, November 15, 2013

Netsanet Mellesse & The Wallias Band - Dodge [1992]


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       Originally the lead singer of Wallias Band, of great fame in the hotels and clubs of Addis Ababa (one of the main venues, instead of concert halls), Netsanet Mellesse is one of the younger generation of Ethiopian singers who infuse music with influences from the West, India, and from other parts of Africa. She has been recorded on Shanachie, notably with a song on Holding up Half the Sky.




                                           



Aster Aweke - Checheho [2010]


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01. Aster Aweke - Checheho (6:09)
02. Aster Aweke - Ameseginalehu (7:29)
03. Aster Aweke - Wishy Washy (6:33)
04. Aster Aweke - Kulun (6:26)
05. Aster Aweke - Fikir Ayalkibet (5:02)
06. Aster Aweke - Keremela (5:23)
07. Aster Aweke - Yichalal (5:07)
08. Aster Aweke - Siniwaded (4:38)
09. Aster Aweke - Selam New (6:15)
10. Aster Aweke - Baba Baba (5:48)
11. Aster Aweke - Bichayën (5:06)
12. Aster Aweke - Gonder (6:12)

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Jamiila - Songs from a Somali City [1987] [somalia]







Ejigayehu 'Gigi' Shibabaw w Material - Mesgana Ethiopia [live] [2010]


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1. Gigi w Material - Baty (4:28)
2. Gigi w Material - Gudfela (5:38)
3. Gigi w Material - Shema (6:51)
4. Gigi w Material - Mata Mata (7:42)
5. Gigi w Material - Shemum Mune (8:11)
6. Gigi w Material - Tizita and Zerafewa (10:59)
7. Gigi w Material - Ehtiopia (6:56)
8. Gigi w Material - Zomaye (6:11)


Dawit Mellesse :: Anchin new [You're The One] [2000]


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       Dawit "Messay" Mellesse is an exceptional young singer who creates exciting, energy-filled music in his native tongue. He has traveled extensively, performing for diverse audiences throughout the world, and he entertains in numerous nightclubs in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.



       Dawit was discovered by Ethiopia's legendary Roha Band, and he has performed with the Ethio-Stars, Sevan, Abyssinian, Wallias, Hager Fikir and Express Band. But it was Dawit's debut album, "Alchalkum", in 1991 which made him a favorite with Ethiopia's youth. 


       Since then, he has recorded three albums, including 1995's Lottery (AIT Records) with the Admas Band. His current release earns Dawit a place among Ethiopia's greatest performers. "Anchin New" - You are the One - is a collaborative effort of Dawit and Ethiopia's renowned Admas Band and Express Band. AIT Records is pleased to bring you this high energy album.



01. Dawit Mellesse - Bichashin (5:54)
02. Dawit Mellesse - Anchin New (6:05)
03. Dawit Mellesse - Kunjina (6:05)
04. Dawit Mellesse - Yagere Lij (5:51)
05. Dawit Mellesse - Ayisemashim (4:59)
06. Dawit Mellesse - Min Yishalegnal (5:02)
07. Dawit Mellesse - Rabew Ayinen (5:19)
08. Dawit Mellesse - Suse Nesh (5:33)
09. Dawit Mellesse - Diresh Kedega (5:42)
10. Dawit Mellesse - Keremela (5:32)
11. Dawit Mellesse - Alchalkum (6:15)

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Ali Birra - Ammalele [1976]






Ali Birra (born September 29, 1950) is a famous Oromo singer, composer, poet and nationalist. He was born in Lagaharre village in the city of Dire Dawa, Ethiopia.




His parents were separated when he was three years old, after which he was brought up by his father. He attended Arabic school as a child where he learnt Arabic language. He then enrolled in local academic school and pursued his education till the sixth grade.

In his early years, Ali used to do small on-sreet business so as to support himself as a means of livelihood. When he was 13, he joined Afran Qallo cultural group which was then oprerating unofficially to promote the Oromo music and culture. The first song that he sang on stage was called "Birra dha Bari'e" so that the people nicknamed him "Ali Birra," meaning "Ali the Spring". The Haile Selasie regime banned the group in 1965 and arrested some of its members. Ali escaped arrest and moved to Addis Ababa.



After he settled in Addis Ababa, he was engaged in different activities along with singing. On this occasion, Ali came to know the nationalist Ahmad Taqi, and the latter bought him a guitar so that Ali could sing more widely. His fame increased dramatically throughout the city. He had ability to sing in Amharic, Arabic, Harari, and Somali languages, in addition to Oromo, his mother tongue. This had gained him appreciation from different personalities including Eyoel Yohannes, at the time the head of Kibur Zebegna, so that Eyoel recruited him as a solo singer in Oromo. He joined other famous singers such as Mahmoud Ahmed, Tilahun Gessesse and Bizunesh Bekele.

While he was within the group, he could travel to all regions of the country and show his talent to his admirers. He also traveled to the Sudan repeatedly and sang with well known celebrities like Mohammed Wardi. When he was in Addis Ababa, he would perform in large venues such as Hager Fiker and Ras Teyater, but following a discussion with his father, he left Addis Ababa. In the early 1970s, at the breakout of the Ethiopian revolution, Ahmad Taqi was killed in eastern Ethiopia while fighting the government army. Ali Birra mourned deeply and sang metaphorically,

Yaa Hundee Bareeda
Yaa Finxee Midhaga
(Hundee was another name for Ahmad Taqi.)


Ali Birra continued his career both as a musician and a composer. He produced his first album in 1971, the first in the history of Oromo music. He then recorded successful hits such as "Hin Yaadin", "Asabalee", "Ammalelee", and "Gamachu". His albums included Sudanese songs such as "Al-Habib Ween" and Harari songs such as "Yidenqal".


A Swedish admirer of Ali Birra, who had been a vice-secretary at the Swedish Embassy in Addis Ababa, asked him for marriage. Ali agreed and married her in 1985, her name was Birgitta Åström born in Stockholm, Sweden (21 July 1942 – 13 September 2009).[citation needed] In 1986, Ali's wife was transferred to Saudi Arabia, and Ali accompanied her to the country. But Ali faced difficulties in Saudi Arabia, and proceeded to Sweden, where he lived for two years. In 1988, he went to the United States to attend the Los Angeles Arts Academy. He graduated in 1990, and by 1992, he had released his first two albums outside of Ethiopia amid increasing international fame. He also conducted many concerts and festivals in many countries, including the 2005 Enkutatash (Ethiopian New Year) celebration at the Addis Sheraton.


As of August 2009, Ali Birra reported that he had recently been treated for colon cancer, but planned to continue performing music, in spite of reports that his most recent album would be his last.


Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Helen Meles - [2013] - Ba'al Sham [eritrea]





01. Helen Meles - Egodo (6:58)
02. Helen Meles - Fetanit (6:47)
03. Helen Meles - Halew (8:02)
04. Helen Meles - Tehamyelka (7:56)
05. Helen Meles - Ba'al Sham (6:00)
06. Helen Meles - Kalamita (7:35)
07. Helen Meles - Fqri Hamime (7:26)
08. Helen Meles - Raka (5:22)
09. Helen Meles - Suqhtay Awet'yu (7:46)
10. Helen Meles - Mseluy (7:36)
11. Helen Meles - Dbab (7:11)




Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Sorene- Children's songs from Ethiopia [1999]


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Sorene- Children's songs from Ethiopia







01. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Sorene (3:36)
02. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Gobezu Temari (1:01)
03. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Yawena Yetayenal 1 (3:23)
04. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - ABCD (2:21)
05. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Ere Amsale (4:06)
06. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Babure (3:10)
07. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Ayn Alegne (1:09)
08. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Chereka Denbul Boka (3:45)
09. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Janmeda (5:14)
10. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Anchi Keremela (1:50)
11. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Kukulu (2:46)
12. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Enatu Tana (4:15)
13. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Hetsanu Mamuye (1:29)
14. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Abebaye Hoy (4:43)
15. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Ay Mersa (4:26)
16. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Aya Djibo (2:30)
17. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Hoya Hoye (3:41)
18. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Agere Na (6:58)
19. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Yawena Yetayenal 2 (3:20)
20. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Azila (4:57)
21. Seleshe Demessae & Soulemane Toure - Ayresam (1:49)


Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Zarem Endamna [2008]


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01. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Zarem Endamna (5:01)
02. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Abader (4:26)
03. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Alkerim (5:23)
04. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Care Yehun (5:36)
05. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Yarada Lij Feker (5:41)
06. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Yebolale (6:39)
07. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Kasayen Atahut (6:04)
08. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Abakagn (4:53)
09. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Gojame (5:42)
10. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Zem Alelem (4:42)
11. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Malemeni (6:28)
12. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Awde Amet (6:01)
13. Abonesh 'Abiti' Adnew - Gude Fella (4:16)