Amette by George Telek, released 01 January 2004 1. Sonny 2. Paska 3. Kerevat 4. Typist 5. West Papua 6. Warwagira 7. Amette 8. Mama 9. Lima N Galie 10. Abebe 11. Pid Il 12. VM 13. Paska (reprise). Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Telek recorded his first solo album, Telek, outside Papua New Guinea in 1997. This album won an ARIA award for Best World Music Album. He recorded his second international album Serious Tam in 2000 at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios in England. His next international album Amette was recorded in PNG and Australia. George's new record, AKAVE, was released in October 2010 on the Wantok Musik label, distributed through Planet.
Telek recorded his first solo album, Telek outside Papua New Guinea in 1997. He followed that up with Amette, which was released in 2004. His most recent album Akave was released through the Wantok Music-label. Many of his songs are sung in three-part harmonies that are characteristic of the Tolai.
Jacques-Pierre Amette (born 1943 in es, Calvados) is a French writer. In 2003 his novel Brecht's Mistress (French: La Maîtresse de Brecht) won the Prix Goncourt. He has been a correspondent for The New York Times and a journalist for several French newspapers. 1966: Élisabeth Skerla. 1974: La Vie comme ça. 1977: Bermuda. 1978: La Nuit tombante. 1981: Jeunesse dans une ville normande. 1985: Enquête d'hiver. 1992: La Peau du monde.
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- Barcode: 5021456129218
- Matrix / Runout: 20047 01 TECHNICOLOR
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L286
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