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DM2008090302:EAED:MUSIC:PERSONALITIES:MAY 1965 – Fundi Gita makes The New Sound – The Equator boys work on their “new” sound (from the left) Gabriel Omolo, Nashil Pilchen, Peter Tsotsi, Benson Simbeye (front). It all began with a group playing together in a Kenya recording studio. Fadhili William, the man they call Fundi Gita ( the guitar craftsaman) came from Kenya, but his friends Nashil Pilchen original from the Congo, while Peter Tsotsi was a Zambian. They added another Kenyan, Daudi Kabaka, and their European recording manager Charles Worrod, and hoped for a new sound. ” (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)

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