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Movement 2 - Mami Water Town - Antibalas - Where The Gods Are In Peace (CD, Album)

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  1. Jacob Cecil Mami Wata is a Pidgin English term meaning “Mother of Water.” The Mami Wata tradition has been spread through the African diaspora and is now practiced throughout Western and Central Africa. The Mami Wata tradition began in the early 20th century in southeast Nigeria. The worship of this deity then spread through other.
  2. Mami Wata, pidgin English for Mother Water, is a beautiful, seductive water spirit who brings wealth and good fortune to those she favours. Practices associated with winning her favour, widespread in West Africa and the Black Atlantic diaspora, are explored in 46 rich and perceptive essays by an international group of scholars and practitioners.
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  4. Mami Wata traces back to the earliest of African societies as recorded by the griots and keepers of history. The Dogon’s creation myth tells the stories of Mami Wata and traces records of its.
  5. Henry John Drewal is Evjue-Bascom Professor and adjunct curator of African art (Chazen Museum of Art) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to the Mami Wata exhibition catalogue, he has edited a volume and DVD, Sacred Waters: The Many Faces of Mami Wata and Other Water Divinities in Africa and the African Atlantic, to be published by Indiana University Press in Fall
  6. Antibalas’ new studio album, Where The Gods Are In Peace, is an epic Afro-Western Trilogy searching for solace from American political opportunism, greed and vengeance. Through its battle cry of resistance against exploitation and displacement, ANTIBALAS’ long-form compositions investigate oppression in s America that eerily mirror the Artist: Antibalas.
  7. Despite a multitude of personnel changes since they started out, Martin Perna and his bandmates still lay down lean, furious grooves, brought home by some tremendously skillful players, and 's Where the Gods Are in Peace shows that they haven't lost a bit of their strength or their skills. Lyrically, the album is dominated by recurring Brand: Daptone.
  8. spirits—honoring the essential, sacred nature of water. Mami Wata is widely believed to have “overseas” origins, and depic-tions of her have been profoundly influenced by representations of ancient, indigenous African water spirits, European mermaids and snake charmers, Hindu gods and goddesses, and Christian and Muslim saints.

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