Artists United Against Apartheid - Let Me See Your I.D. album flac
|A||Let Me See Your I.D. (Street Mix)||4:14|
|B||Let Me See Your I.D. (Album Mix)||4:13|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Manhattan Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Manhattan Records, Inc.
- Backing Vocals – Annie Brody Dutka
- Bass – Doug Wimbish
- Congas – Ray Barretto
- Design [Cover] – April Garston, Koppel & Scher
- Drum Programming – Ben Newberry*, Keith Leblanc, Little Steven
- Edited By – Albert Cabrera, Aldo Marin, Keith Leblanc
- Engineer [Additional Production] – Chris Lord-Alge, Jay Burnett, John Davenport
- Featuring – Big Youth, Duke Bootee, The Fat Boys*, Gil Scott-Heron, Grandmaster Melle Mel, Jimmy Cliff, Kurtis Blow, Malopoets, Miles Davis, Peter Garrett, Peter Wolf, Ray Barretto, Scorpio , Sonny Okosuns*, Tina B
- Keyboards – Richard Scher
- Mixed By – Aldo Marin, Arthur Baker, Chris Lord-Alge, Jay Burnett
- Producer – Arthur Baker, Little Steven
- Scratches – D.J. Cheese*
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
|V-56015||Artists United Against Apartheid||Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) (12", Single)||Manhattan Records||V-56015||US||1985|
|B-50026||Artists United Against Apartheid||Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) (7", Single)||Manhattan Records||B-50026||US||1985|
|ED 183||Artists United Against Apartheid||Let Me See Your I.D. (12")||EMI||ED 183||Australia||1985|
|MH-1701||Artists United Against Apartheid||Let Me See Your I.D. (7", Promo)||EMI||MH-1701||Australia||1985|
|006 20 1085 7, 1A 006-20 1085 7||Artists United Against Apartheid||Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) (7", Single)||Manhattan Records, Manhattan Records||006 20 1085 7, 1A 006-20 1085 7||Netherlands||1985|
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Sun City was a 1985 album that contained several versions of the Steven Van Zandt-led Artists United Against Apartheid's "Sun City" protest song against apartheid in South Africa as well as other selections in the same vein from that project. In addition to the title track, other songs were recorded at the time completed an album's worth of material.
Little Steven organized a number of artists for this protest against apartheid, including such heavyweights as Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, Jimmy Cliff, Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, Run-D. Thankfully, the result was extremely listenable, as well as fiercely political; it's one of the few charity or protest albums that stands up to repeated listenings, thanks to the extended instrumental workouts. Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul. Artists United Against Apartheid. 2. No More Apartheid. Peter Gabriel, Shankar.
Artists United Against Apartheid, ‘Sun City’. One of the most fervent and forceful political statements to emerge from Eighties pop music, Sun City didn't achieve the sales or wide radio airplay of other "cause" records like We Are the World. Nevertheless, the single and the accompanying album managed to achieve their primary goals: to draw attention to South Africa's racist policy of apartheid and to support a cultural boycott of the country. In addition to the jazz number and the "Sun City" single, Davis also appeared on several other of the album's tracks, including the galvanizing rap collage "Let Me See Your . A stark, harrowing glimpse of South Africa's totalitarian regime, which restricts free movement and forces blacks to carry identification papers, the song is centered on improvised lyrics by.
This classic vinyl album is in excellent condition. Artists United Against Apartheid was a 1985 protest group founded by activist and performer Steven Van Zandt and record producer Arthur Baker to protest apartheid in South Africa. The group produced the song "Sun City" and the album Sun City that year. Let Me See Your ID" is an outraged outcry agains the oppressive regime. Miles Davis' impressive trumpet playing underscores just how serious a matter this really is. "Silver & Gold" is a hard, cutting edge piece about mining in South Africa at the expense of people.
Artists United Against Apartheid is ranked number 13,962 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 25. Product Details. Artists United Against Apartheid - Sun City (Vinyl) Condition: Used. Time left: 55m 15s. Ships to: Worldwide. Sun City,Artists United Against Apartheid, 1985 Manhattan Records,LP,Vinyl,Album Condition: Used. Time left: 5h 56m 8s. from the album Sun City).
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