Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa - Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa album flac
|A1||Goin' Back To New Orleans||5:07|
|A3||To Get Ourselves Together||2:55|
|A4||Johannesburg Hi-Lite Jive||3:57|
|B4||Hush (Somebody's Calling My Name)||3:32|
- Recorded At – Poppi Studios
- Distributed By – Motown Record Corporation
- Artwork, Photography By – Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes
- Engineer – Lewis Peters
- Engineer [Remix] – Rik Pekkonen
- Producer – Stewart Levine
- Vocals, Alto Saxophone – Caiphus Semenya
- Vocals, Trombone – Jonas Gwangwa
- Vocals, Trumpet – Hugh Masekela
NotesRecorded at Poppi Studios, Los Angeles, California. Exclusively Distributed by Motown record Corporation
|CS 808||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa (LP, Album)||Chisa Records, Inc.||CS 808||US||1971|
|1C 062-93 038||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa (LP)||Rare Earth||1C 062-93 038||Germany||1971|
|TMC 5195||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa (LP, Album)||Tamla Motown||TMC 5195||South Africa||1971|
|SRE 3002||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa (LP)||Rare Earth||SRE 3002||UK||1971|
|GSC 378||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa||Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa (Cass, Album)||Motown||GSC 378||South Africa||1995|
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Theme: Johannesburg Hi-Lite Jive Composers: Eric Songxaka - JonasGwangwa Hugh Masekela, vocals and trumpet Jonas Gwanwa, vocals, trombone Caiphus Semenya.
Hugh Masekela & the Union of South Africa is an inspired mix of soul, highlife, and even New Orleans jazz.
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Hugh Masekela & The Union of South Africa is the thirteen studio album by South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela released via Chisa Records label in May 1971. The album was re-released on CD in 1994 on MoJazz label. Design, photography – Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes. Engineer – Lewis Peters. Engineer – Rik Pekkonen. Producer – Stewart Levine. Vocals, alto saxophone – Caiphus Semenya. Vocals, trombone – Jonas Gwangwa. Vocals, trumpet – Hugh Masekela.
Complete your Hugh Masekela & The Union Of South Africa collection. This record has a totally different tracklisting. Firstly it is a compilation of the Union Of South Africa and Reconstruction records and the tracklisting scrambled very different. This works excellently on the old-fashioned "Goin' Back to New Orleans" and the fast-moving "Ade" and "Dyambo" where horn lines, call-and-response singing, and funky guitars, together with African rhythms, create furious dance music. But some of the slower numbers seem to be left without direction, a fact that is only partly covered by Masekela's trumpet playing
Album The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 11A: 1971. Dyambo (De-Yambo) Lyrics. Riperile dyambo Hita fika rini akaya?
Hugh Masekela & the Union of South Africa" is out-of-print. It is nauseating for serious music listeners to contemplate that while "Destiny's Child" is making millions of dollars on record sales, this gem has descended below obscurity to become out-of-print. The ultimate dishonor has not tarnished this album's phenomenal music. This classic recording has a beautiful balance of African aesthetics meet American soul, jazz, funk, rock and pop. The songs have a vintage sound that could only have been made by a South African playing American music in 1971
The Union Of South Africa Goin' Back To New Orleans. The Union Of South Africa Hush (Somebody's Calling My Name). Hugh Masekela & the Union Of South Africa Shebeen.
Father of South African jazz’, who had career spanning more than five decades, dies aged 7. .South Africans have paid tribute to Hugh Masekela, the legendary jazz musician and activist, who died on Tuesday aged 78. The South African president, Jacob Zuma, said the nation would mourn a man who kept the torch of freedom alive. The arts and culture minister, Nathi Mthethwa, described Masekela as one of the great architects of Afro-Jazz. A baobab tree has fallen, Mthethwa wrote on Twitter