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2. Johnny Clegg (With Nelson Mandela) - Asimbonanga - 1999 Fran

Johnny Clegg (With Nelson Mandela) - Asimbonanga - 1999 Fran

Pour vous tous, la photo est de notre ami Sévilio qui a été pour nous faire quelques Instagram avec son oeil que j'aime bien cet après-midi à l'expo Mandela à la mairie de Paris. Voilà ce qui passe comme musique pendant l'expo un concert de Johnny Clegg où Mandela passes...magnifique ! Nous mettrons demain en ligne l'album de l'expo "Instagram" de notre ami Sévilio pour notre plus grand plaisir et nous le remercions pour avoir couvert l'événement avec Mélaniedanstaradio pour cette spéciale Mandela

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6. Asimbonanga (Mandela) - Johnny Clegg By Térésia - Maria Teikitutoua

Asimbonanga (Mandela) - Johnny Clegg  By Térésia - Maria Teikitutoua

Asimbonanga (Mandela) - Johnny Clegg By Térésia - Maria Teikitutoua Arrangements : Juanito PARO. © TEAUHIA PRODUCTION 2016.

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7. Mandela Tribute Mix (Anti-Apartheid Protest Songs)

Mandela Tribute Mix (Anti-Apartheid Protest Songs)

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice. Such is the value of music." Nelson Mandela As the world mourns the loss of one of it’s most celebrated characters it seemed only fitting to record this tribute mix. South Africa, like much of the African continent, has a rich musical heritage and hence there is a vast amount of music reflecting the nation’s struggles against apartheid (1948 – 1994), some of which was coded in order to beat strict censorship. The opening track on this mix sounds like a joyous celebration, but is in fact loaded with sarcasm about forced resettlement which went undetected by the government until soon becoming a protest song. Later, the fight against both Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment and apartheid would be kept on the international stage by international musicians and some of these can be found later on in the mix. There are simply too many songs to fit into one mix, so any obvious omissions are inevitable. However, if this mix has piqued your interest into learning more about this chapter in history and the role that music played then there is a whole wealth of information just a click of a button away. I’d thoroughly recommend starting with this essay: ‘The Beat That Beat Apartheid’ – Anne Schumann 1) Meadowlands – Nancy Jacobs & Her Sisters (1955) 2) Watch Out, Verwoerd (Ndodemnyama) – Miriam Makeba (1966) 3) The Click Song / Qonggothwane – Miriam Makeba (1960) 4) Tula Dubula – Abdullah Ibrahim (1982) 5) The Death Of Stephen Biko – Tom Paxton (1978) 6) Biko’s Kindred Lament – Steel Pulse (1979) 7) Apartheid – Peter Tosh (1977) 8) Crying In Soweto – Harold Butler (1978) 9) Johannesberg – Gil Scott Heron (1975) 10) Fire In Soweto – Sonny Okosun (1977) 11) Sisi Mandela – Tabu Ley, Mbilia Bel & Faya Tess 12) Free Nelson Mandela – Special AKA (1984) 13) Asimbonanga (Mandela) – Johnny Clegg & Savuka (1987) 14) Bring Him Back Home (Nelson Mandela) – Hugh Masekela (1987) 15) Black President – Brenda Fassie (1990) 16) When You Come Back – Vusi Mahlasela (1992) 17) Senzeni Na? – The Soweto Memorial Choir

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8. Madiba 13

Madiba 13

A tribute to Madiba...Nelson Mandela R.i.P. Cover: «Asimbonanga» (Mandela) from Johnny Clegg&Savuka

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