Jonah Moyo & Devera Ngwena – Taxi Driver, K-ko 1987

A couple of weeks ago, when I was on a record trip, I found this
album. Jonah Moyo brings Chimurenga with a strong guitar drive and
chorus. He writes all his own music and is highly appreciated
throughout Zimbabwe and across it’s borders.

tracks;

1 Too cheap
2 Fundisa umlomo wakho
3 Debbie
4 Madiro
5 Uchazvibvuma
6 Taxidriver
7 Ratidza chimiro chako
8 Wangu P.
9 Nyakuzvida
10 Ndinzwei vari pasi

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22 thoughts on “Jonah Moyo & Devera Ngwena – Taxi Driver, K-ko 1987

  1. Awesome … few people know that this band sold more records than anyone in Zimbabwe during the eighties, more than Mukanya, Tuku or Bhundu Boys. Listening to this album brings back memories and reminds why they were so popular. Thanks for posting this one.

  2. Awesome … few people know that this band sold more records than anyone in Zimbabwe during the eighties, more than Mukanya, Tuku or Bhundu Boys. Listening to this album brings back memories and reminds why they were so popular. Thanks for posting this one.

  3. The old link seemed to be very slow so I replaced it. The new one is not much faster I’m affraid. I hope it comes in like it should, let me know, okay ?

  4. The old link seemed to be very slow so I replaced it. The new one is not much faster I’m affraid. I hope it comes in like it should, let me know, okay ?

  5. amigo saludos desde colombia nuevamente esta banda es muy famosa con la cancion “Wenhamo ndewe nhamo” y se le apoda el espeluque en nariño pero mucha gente no sabe nada de esta banda a mi me gusta saber mas y por eso le doy las gracias por publicar este album.

  6. amigo saludos desde colombia nuevamente esta banda es muy famosa con la cancion “Wenhamo ndewe nhamo” y se le apoda el espeluque en nariño pero mucha gente no sabe nada de esta banda a mi me gusta saber mas y por eso le doy las gracias por publicar este album.

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