The Selenites Band Ethio Jazz Groove Project

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    • The Selenites Band – Yekatit
    • The Selenites Band – Muzikawi Silt
    • The Selenites Band – Yekermo Sew
    • The Selenites Band – Antchim Endelela
    • The Selenites Band – Yegele Tezeta
    • The Selenites Band – Apollo 9
    • 1. Yekatit
    • 2. Muzikawi Silt
    • 3. Yekermo Sew
    • 4. Antchim Endelela
    • 5. Yegele Tezeta
    • 6. Apollo 9

    The Selenites Band is a musical collective who play mostly Ethio Jazz, a style famous from the 50’s theough to 70’s in Ethiopia, who pay tribute to this golden age with their haunting 'Ethio Jazz Groove Project'!

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