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Lebeha Drummers

Lebeha Drummers

World / Garifuna Music / Afro-Caribbean Hopkins Village, BZ  BZ

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  • Joseph
  • Yasuda Shota from Japanese band Kanjani8
  • Teaching Garifuna Drumming techniques

About

Sounds Like: The Garifuna Collective, Andy Palacio and the Garifuna Collective

Label: innova.mu

Manager: lebeha@btl.net

Bio: In April 2013 the band completed a short Canadian tour to Vancouver and Vancouver Island and will be back to Victoria in May 2014. They have competed in the annual invitational Battle of the Drums against other Central American Garifuna drum groups and won first place in 2011 and second place to...See Full Bio

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Jabbar Lambey

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“What's particularly striking about this title is its aural affinity with now-classic Garifuna field recordings made by Ruth Stone in the early 1950s, and by Carol and Travis Jenkins in the early 1980s. This is an impressionistic judgment rather than a technical ethnomusicological appraisal, but the sparse instrumentation (a trio of Garifuna garaón drums backed by shakers and turtle-shell percussion), choral singing, call-and-response format and free-form dancing represent the tradition in its most unadorned yet compelling community manifestation. This is not commercially oriented performance, but an enduring form of communal entertainment with African and Amerindian roots that that pre-date the European incursion into the Caribbean.”

— Michael Stone, Rootsworld