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Unformatted text preview: ngs, like “Zodwa,” are entirely in Zulu and draw heavily on Zulu styles (although in this recording, synthesizer replaces accordion and saxophone replaces whistle). o Here, Clegg and Mchunu trade verses; Clegg’s voice, strangely enough, comes closer to the traditional “goat voice,” even though he is a tenor; also, his “groan” is juxtaposed to an isicathamiya- like blend of male voices rather than the expected female chorus, but familiar from American gospel singing and its basis for pop singing (for instance, Elvis Presley & The Jordanaires, all the Motown groups like The Four Tops and The Temptations). o male harmonies and use of Casio synthesizer (takes place of concertina) • • “Umfazi Omdala” (Johnny Clegg) Juluka, Ubuhle Bemvelo [Totem CD 174353-...
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