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GRAMMY-winning producer, Ian Brennan (Zomba Prison Project, Tanzania Albinism Collective, Tinariwen) and Italian-Rwandan photographer and filmmaker, Marilena Delli, travelled to rural northern Ghana to seek out the voices of those persecuted for alleged "witchcraft." The resulting album, I've Forgotten Now Who I Used to Be, was recorded across three clandestine villages in northern Ghana housing witches for their own protection. All but one had never played music or written songs before.

GRAMMY-winning producer, Ian Brennan (Zomba Prison Project, Tanzania Albinism Collective, Tinariwen) and Italian-Rwandan photographer and filmmaker, Marilena Delli, travelled to rural northern Ghana to seek out the voices of those persecuted for alleged "witchcraft." The resulting album, I've Forgotten Now Who I Used to Be, was recorded across three clandestine villages in northern Ghana housing witches for their own protection. All but one had never played music or written songs before.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Six Degrees
Rel. Date: 02/25/2022
UPC: 657036130517

I've Forgotten Now Who I Used To Be [LP]
Artist: Witch Camp
Format: Vinyl
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GRAMMY-winning producer, Ian Brennan (Zomba Prison Project, Tanzania Albinism Collective, Tinariwen) and Italian-Rwandan photographer and filmmaker, Marilena Delli, travelled to rural northern Ghana to seek out the voices of those persecuted for alleged "witchcraft." The resulting album, I've Forgotten Now Who I Used to Be, was recorded across three clandestine villages in northern Ghana housing witches for their own protection. All but one had never played music or written songs before.

        
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