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This South African choral group was introduced to the international public thanks to Paul Simon. The group, created in 1974, was introduced on Simon’s 1986 famous record ‘Graceland’. The founder member is Joseph Shabalala that brought a lot of Zulu and Christian choral influences. The inspiration for the name was Shabalala’s township. The Zulu influences are what you are faced with at the first sight: a variety of melodies and melodic variations, clicking sounds and foot stomps that add a certain spontaneity to any of their appearances on stage.

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