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Project Maine

by African Gospel Rhythms

African Gospel Rhythms "Project Maine" CD represents a blending of cultures, musical styles and has brought a spirit of praise and worship from Africa to Maine. Many of the songs on the CD are traditional songs from Zambia, Rwanda, Zimbabwe and Congo.
Genre: World: African
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1. Malibongwe
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3:28 $0.99
2. Totela
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4:44 $0.99
3. Tokokende
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4:09 $0.99
4. Twasumbula
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6:14 $0.99
5. Praising You, Lord
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4:03 $0.99
6. I Have Found a Friend (Nshuti)
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4:02 $0.99
7. Mambo
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3:02 $0.99
8. Messiah
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5:01 $0.99
9. Nshuti
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10. Altar Call
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Album Notes
Mission Statement

We are committed and dedicated to be true worshipers of Christ by uniting people from different nations, tribes, races and denominations through multi-lingual prayer, praise, worship and the skillful use of musical instruments.


Our vision is to be part of the team that will take the church back to its fundamentals through teaching Christians how to value practical prayer, praise and worship believing that, that is what will bring about restoration of the church and a genuine leadership.


Over two hundred years ago, American missionaries responded to the command of our Lord Jesus, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel". Due to their obedience some found themselves in the far off parts of the world, including Africa, the former Dark Continent. The American missionaries told our ancestors to give up on their idols, witchcraft, ancestral worship, polygamy and all the other evils that existed in the land. The American Missionaries planted the seed of purity in the former Dark Continent. 200 years later that seed matured and bore fruit as many as the sand of the sea. We are part of that seed and God has brought us back to the land of our spiritual fathers, to remind the modern Americans how much sacrifice the forefathers paid for the sake of the gospel. They risked their lives in a land full of malaria, cholera, wild animals even unfriendly people then. Now we are back in the USA to remind everybody that your forefathers told us that it was wrong to have idols, today Americans are worshipping their money, wealth, selves etc. Today nobody wants to talk about purity, holiness, righteousness, godliness and walk in the footsteps of Christ. In case you forgot we are here to tell you that Jesus Christ is Lord of all. One day he shall return to take his church. Are you ready?


Pezzy Kudakwashe
Lead and Backing Vocals, Guitar, Lyricist

Richard deCosta
Drums, Orchestrations, Recording Engineer

Omega Jones
Bass Guitar, Lead & Backing Vocals, Worship Leader

Anniya Mvula
Lead & Backing Vocals, Worship Leader

Maria Kudakwashe
Backing Vocals

Jacob Mvula
Backing Vocals, Choreography


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Dr Alex Campbell

Wonderfull, praising the Lord with singing and music
A most moving sound that reaches the very soul and holds you in the Spirit and presence of the Lord. Thank you for allowing me to listen.

God bless all.

Maria Chibansa Branchetti

I like the CD (Songs) very much and keep it up!!!!!!
The songs are so interesting for me,especially the worship leading song which says I fall down on my knees, it's so touching and leads ones spirit into in state of worship. I'm going to send the website to my fellow Zambians here in Italy.


Project Maine
Awesome sounds Can't believe I've been missin out on this group. Thank you & May our Lord Jesus Christ bless you all.

Edna McElwee

Great sounds and lyrics!
I love the songs and the instrumentation....all voices are wonderful and words can be understood..well balanced with musical instruments. Very professionaly done and annointed also...just what I was looking for to use in prayer and worship at the throne with all nations.
I love that the mighty name of our Lord Jesus is highly exalted.


Great sounds!
I loved the upbeat sounds of Malibongwe, Totela, and Tokokende; as well as the smooth sound of Praising You Lord. The last half of the Cd was more slow and relaxing. I listen to the first 4 songs more than the rest. But overall the cd was great. One of the songs was a bit Americanized, it had a high school band sound at the begining of it. I would have prefered less Americanization on that part; as I was looking for an African cd and not an American one. But I understand that the authors were most likely trying to sound a little American for the sake of the Americans in Maine. But I am enjoying the music just the same. Great work, African Rhythms Project Maine! (


This CD is a blessing from God to us, specially me, I was blessed by listening to these songs in particular. But there are 3 songs that I was really blessed "MAMBO, TOTELA, MESSIAH" these songs really rocks, i am not too crazy about the rest of them but these 3 are a bless from God in heaven. AGR you guys did a wonderful job, keep up the good work, the song mambo, is one of my favor, i was blessed. Let's God work with you more and more, ngai nazali congolese kinoise, nasepli na mambo mingi vraiment, messiah na totela. vraiment le Dieu vous garde, a pesa lisusu onction ya makasi na commander yango kutu, soki eyelinga vraiment nakosepela mingi koyo mambo, messiah na totela merci.


Great blend of African Music
Definitly on my 'music to play while working around the house' list! Good sound, voices and instrunentals and its nice to think about other nations around the world praising God like I do.

carolyn odom

loved it very much
I really enjoyed this so much (the 10 songs) and the mission statement. Really would like a copy. I ordered when its not on back order. My church has a special event 6/4/06, this would be a perfect CD.

Tawina Tawona

truly the African sounds lifting name of Jesus