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Hugh Masekela - Jabulani (CD, Album)

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  1. Vojin says:
    Hugh Masekela - Jabulani - blacrobaletistidebenanpollmino.co Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & /5(5).
  2. Kar says:
    World renowned trumpet and flugelhorn legend, Hugh Masekela returns with a fiery 44th album entitled ‘No Borders’. Encompassing socio-political commentary, solid dance floor grooves and tender love songs, the 16 tracks move effortlessly through continental styles taking in Nigerian Afro-Beat, Congolese Kwassa Kwassa and South African Masqandi.
  3. Faucage says:
    Jabulani is a studio album by South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela. The record was released on January 31, via Listen 2 label in the USA and via Gallo Record Company label in South Africa. The Zulu word jabulani translates as: to be happy, or to bring joy and happiness.
  4. Meztinos says:
    Buy Jabulani (CD) by Hugh Masekela (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Nikosida says:
    Inspired by South African wedding traditions remembered from his youth, trumpeter Hugh Masekela's album Jabulaniis a celebratory mix of jazz, pop, and African sounds. Backed by a bevy of talented musicians even including a small choir, Masekela is in top form throughout this celebratory album. From the opening anthemic "Sossie" to the earthy "Bambezela" and the bright and happy "Makoti (Bride)," Price: $
  6. Yom says:
    Rejoice is a collaborative jazz/afrobeat album by Nigerian drummer Tony Allen and South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela. The original sessions were recorded in London in by World Circuit's Nick Gold, who was eager to document the first recorded meeting of the two African music legends when their touring schedules coincided. After Masekela's death in , additional tracks were recorded.
  7. Motaxe says:
    Jan 23,  · Tony Allen has announced a new record, titled Rejoice, which he recorded with trumpeter Hugh Masekela. Take a listen to the track “We’ve Landed” and view the full track list and album .
  8. Grokazahn says:
    Masekela surrounds himself with a rhythm section comprised of prominent South African rock and jazz musicians, and a backing choir, to help him recreate wedding songs he remembers from his childhood. The album's acoustically dry production and pop-oriented song forms give it a very accessible sound.
  9. Tojashura says:
    Inspired by South African wedding traditions remembered from his youth, trumpeter Hugh Masekela 's album Jabulani is a celebratory mix of jazz, pop, and African sounds. Backed by a bevy of talented musicians even including a small choir, Masekela is in top form throughout this celebratory album. From the opening anthemic "Sossie" to the earthy "Bambezela" and the bright and happy "Makoti (Bride 7/

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