We Used To Be Africans
The Cacique'97 are back with a new album!
"We Used To Be Africans" is the debut single that gives its name to the album; the second album of Cacique 97 claims the afrobeat
as his intervention vehicle.
We used to be Africans is the manifesto of the search for a cultural identity without borders, with a view of the present,
It aims to be a testimony for future generations.
In the second studio work, the band uses energy income African funk and african-Lusophone grooves, accompanied by intervention lyrics that are World pictures in the XXI century and contemporary Africa.
Released on CD and VINYL, "We used to be africans" has special guests: Nneka, Jorge Du Peixe, Azagaia and Nástio Mosquito.
Cacique 97 family:
Milton Gulli - Vocals and Guitars
Marisa Gulli - Percussion
Marcos Alves - Drums
Renato Almeida - Bass
Tiago Romão - Percussion
João Cabrita - Tenor and Baritone Sax
Zé Lencastre - Alto Sax
Vinicius Magalhães - Trombone
Zé Raminhos - Trumpet
Thelma Cunha - Bckg Vocals
Gonçalo Prazeres - Alto and Baritone Sax
Anastácia Carvalho - BackVocals
Paula Borges - BackVocals
Rita Pinho - BackVocals
Francisco Rebelo - Bass
Selma Uamusse - Bckg Vocals
João Gomes/Marco Pombinho - Keyboards