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29 December 2013


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countryman excellent story. I was quite emotional reading this story.

I was fond of listening to radio and heard them play over the radio many times growing up in the 80's.

If you go to ATS settlemtn in NCD today, there is a particular area called Anganere.

I vividly remember the band name when it tour Dom when I was a small boy at my place in Gena Bona, combined with our local string band-Balkilma string band, they put up several night performances (sosol).

In one of their rehearsals during the day at the banks of the river Balkilma, as kids from the village we crowded the place to see and hear, but the bigger boys chased us off, as a small boy without clothes I ran. I recalled the name then.

Yep, I heard of them when I was a kid and its good to know they are alive and kicking!

Fantastic! Anganere Pasindia keep it up for us oldies.

Awesome story!

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