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The Women of Ingoma Nshya

I love women drumming!  Individual wombs joining in one collective voice, translating and transcribing the subtle voice of spirit and manifesting emotional and physical healing! 
   
As our ancestors say, “Every step is a prayer.”  On this video you can hear what you normally only intuit.  Listen to the counter rhythms created bythe shuffling of the sandals on the tarmac and the rustle of their gowns as they move.  Even in the “spaces” there is music!  
Enjoy!
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Fatu & Stephan Lockin’ Djembe Chops

Stephan Cole Griffin, the driving force behind the Colorado Black Arts Festival & Fatu Lady Drummer, the Head of the Dragon lock chops on Mandiani at the Black Arts Fest! Look for more from Ujamaa Dancers & Drummers in the near future!

Grandmother’s of the Drum: Linda Thomas Jones

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Grandmother's of the Drum

“Drumming is a healing art and the world needs healing. ”
Linda Thomas Jones

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Grandmothers of the Drum

The “Grandmothers of the Drum” series continues with a biography of Linda Thomas Jones, conga player, Orisha Musician, and writer of children’s music and books. Look for posts Wednesday July 21, 2010. See you then. In the mean time, check out the Drum Woman, Linda Thomas Jones and her work with autistic children!
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