Audio file information
|Title/Work||Bolimoa Nyango Assoolimbami|
|Author(s)/Composer(s)||unknown (traditional music)|
|High resolution audio (Flac)||FLAC, FLAC (Commons)|
|Compressed audio (Ogg Vorbis)||none|
|Content||African dance music in Kele language|
|Performer(s)||Boele wa Lokele|
|Order number||CJ 323|
|Place of recording||Léopoldville (Belgian Congo)|
|1st recording date||between 1948 and 1959|
|Coupling date||between 1948 and 1959|
The date "unknown" was not understood.
|1st release date||between 1948 and 1959|
|PD CH||1 January 2010|
|PD EU||1 January 2010|
|PD USA||1 January 2010|
|PD INT||1 January 2030|
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