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Twawona okufa by Cranes Band

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This is a Cranes Band song that decries the state of state-inspired terror under Milton Obote's rule (1962 to 1971) and welcomes Idi Amin's rule. When Idi Amin was overthrown in 1979, Afrigo Band (the band formed from the Cranes Band in 1975) did a rendition of this very song, but this time around, criticizing Idi Amin's reign of terror. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu, Charles Sekyanzi, John Sentamu, Clyde Mayanja. In the back (L-R) are Eddy Ganja, Joy Mungaya, Jessy Kasirivu and Sam Kawuma Nsereko -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Beera mwesigwa by Cranes Band

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The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu seated in the foreground. Middle row (L-R) - Paddy Nsubuga and Charles Sekyanzi. Back row (L-R) - Jessy Kasirivu, Joy Mungaya, Eddy Ganja and Clyde Mayanja -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


AMAKA KIKULU by CRANES BAND

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The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu seated in the foreground. Middle row (L-R) - Paddy Nsubuga and Charles Sekyanzi. Back row (L-R) - Jessy Kasirivu, Joy Mungaya, Eddy Ganja and Clyde Mayanja -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Betty by Cranes Band

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Jeff Sewava song with the Cranes Band in 1975. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu seated in the foreground. Middle row (L-R) - Paddy Nsubuga and Charles Sekyanzi. Back row (L-R) - Jessy Kasirivu, Joy Mungaya, Eddy Ganja and Clyde Mayanja -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Sasobya by Cranes Band

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Tony Ssenkebejje at his finest in this early 1970s Cranes Band piece. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


JIMMY SAASIRA by CRANES BAND

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The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu, Charles Sekyanzi, John Sentamu, Clyde Mayanja. In the back (L-R) are Eddy Ganja, Joy Mungaya, Jessy Kasirivu and Sam Kawuma -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Bakusiima by Cranes Band

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A 1975 Moses Matovu song with the Cranes Band. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu seated in the foreground. Middle row (L-R) - Paddy Nsubuga and Charles Sekyanzi. Back row (L-R) - Jessy Kasirivu, Joy Mungaya, Eddy Ganja and Clyde Mayanja -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Emiziro By Cranes Band

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An early 1970s Moses Matovu song with the Cranes Band. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu, Charles Sekyanzi, John Sentamu, Clyde Mayanja. In the back (L-R) are Eddy Ganja, Joy Mungaya, Jessy Kasirivu and Sam Kawuma Nsereko -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Aisha by Cranes Band

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This is an early 1970s Cranes Band song performed by by Tony Ssenkebejje. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band” although it later recruited within its ranks female musicians e.g. Luizza Bagenda. The Cranes Band was a Uganda “Boys Band”. The group formed in January 1965 under the leadership of Sammy Kawuma "Drama". Members included Clyde Bakaluba Mayanja, Sammy Kawuma, Eddy Ganja, Paddy Nsubuga, Joy Mungaya and Tony Ssenkebejje. Some of Uganda’s best and seasoned musicians would later be part of this seminal group, and these included, among others, Kiyingi Davies, Moses Matovu (he quit the group in 1975 to form the successful Afrigo Band, a musical powerhouse to this day), John Sentamu, Charles Sekyanzi, Sam Kawuma, Eddie Ganja, Jessy Kasirivu Gitta (murdered by Uganda’s dictator, Idi Amin), Jeff Sewava (of Afrigo Waves), Saidi Kasule, Ssebulime, Bosco Bumozi. Photo: Moses Matovu seated in the foreground. Middle row (L-R) - Paddy Nsubuga and Charles Sekyanzi. Back row (L-R) - Jessy Kasirivu, Joy Mungaya, Eddy Ganja and Clyde Mayanja -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


The Cranes - Joy (Uganda, 1975, The Cranes)

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For today, I wanted to share with you "Joy", an excellent Afro Rock Soul track from the band The Cranes from Uganda - Enjoy ! If you are looking for it, this single has been recently reissued by my friend Fredrik from the excellent label "Afro 7", highly recommended quality reissue, more infos here : https://afro7.net/product/the-cranes-whats-love/ For more African, West Indian, Oriental and others World Grooves feel free to go on my Website : http://www.africangrooves.fr And on my Soundcloud account : http://soundcloud.com/armand_de_preseau Armand de Preseau


Bwana Jogoo (Trailer_2_)

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The music documentary ‘Bwana Jogoo: the ballad of Jessy Gitta’ tells the story of Jessy Gitta Kasirivu, a well-known Ugandan musician who was part of the then number one band in the country The Cranes, who, in the early morning of August 4, 1974, gets violently arrested by Idi Amin’s infamous State Research Bureau (SRB) agents Directed by: Michiel van Oosterhout Cinematography by: Cyril Ducottet Produced by: Free spoken films & DFH Uganda Facebook page: web.facebook.com/bwanajogoo/


Abantu ba Uganda

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A ca. 1971 Uganda song praising Idi Amin. Artist unknown but possibly the Ugandan Army's Revolutionary Suicide Mechanised Regiment Band. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


What's Love by The Cranes (Music video)

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The Cranes, legendary Ugandan band of the 70's, are back! Music video shot & produced by Cyril Ducottet & Michiel van Oosterhout (C) DFH Uganda & FreeSpoken Films This video contains excerpts of the documentary "Bwana Jogoo: the ballad of Jessy Gitta". Watch the documentary: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/185894 Cameras used: Panasonic Lumix GH3 & GH4 with Leica 25mm , Olympus 45mm and Lumix 14mm


Herbert by Fred Kigozi and Hadija Namale with Rwenzori International Band

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Fred Sempala Kigozi was a Ugandan musician whose "Onkyayideki", featured on the "Kampala Sound" CD, a compilation of 1960s Uganda music. In the early 1970s, Kigozi was part of Peterson Tusubira Mutebi's "The Tames Band" before moving on to join Freddie Kanyike's Rwenzori International Band. He was the lead vocalist on many of Rwenzori's big hits. With the disbanding of Rwenzori, Kigozi teamed up with Philly Bongoley Lutaya and Frank Mbalire to form the "Blazing Beats," a short-lived affair. He would later join the mighty Afrigo Band of Moses Matovu. Photo: Afrigo Band, mid 1980s. Fred Kigozi is in the back row (third from left). -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


MOSES MATOVU PROFILE

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Mmoja kati ya Manavigator Bora kabisa Africa fuatilia mazungumzo yetu utajua uwezo wake .


Idd Amin Swimming.

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Amini Swimming/ushindi.


Lwaki Olwana by Bonny Kyambadde Steven (B.K. Steven)

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Bonny Steven Kyambadde went by his artistic name, Bonny K Steven. Together with his friend, Fred Kanyike, he entertained patrons at the White Nile Club, in Kampala’s Kibuye suburb. They later took their act to Kamulu's Toplife nightclub (later New Life Club) in Mengo, Kampala. The 1960s Ugandan musical scene was by all accounts a vibrant and exciting landscape. A crop of young musicians, talented and bustling with energy and creativity, catapulted to capture the musical zeitgeist of a newly independent nation. These artists, like their brethren allover the world, sang about love found and lost, bemoaned societal injustices, and churned out lyrics that spoke about life-and-death issues. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com


Baiby by Shirah Ssekyanzi

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EKIKUTE OBUDDE BUSH M.DAMASI_x264.mp4

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Amin dance

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Amin dance


Amin dancing

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Amin dancing in his living room in Syracuse, New York. November 2007


SOMBE!!!!

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This's a kinda game we play... u gotta dodge the attack.. if not.. well see what happens..


Animation Maria-Pili à Anglet - juillet 2015

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Animation de Maria-Pili à Anglet avec Paco et Laurent à la guitare et Dédé le sonorisateur !


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