Indestructible Beat of Soweto
 : Indestructible Beat of Soweto


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0016351433329
Item Dimensions: 4555019494
Label: Shanchie Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Shanchie Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 25, 1990
Publisher: Shanchie Records
Release Date: October 25, 1990
Studio: Shanchie Records

Disc 1:
  1. Can You Pay Lobola For Me - Udokotela Shange Namajaha
  2. Daughter In Law - Nelcy Sedibe
  3. Fair Fight - Umahlathini Nabo
  4. The Man In The Black Coat - Amaswazi Emvelo
  5. The Stream Of Music - Mahlathini, Nezintombi, Zomgqashiyo & The Makgona Tsohle Band
  6. We Will Get Them - Udokotela Shange Namajaha
  7. Leave Him Alone - Moses Mchunu
  8. Just Stop And Listen - Amaswazi Emvelo
  9. We Are Waiting For You - Nganeziyamfisa No Khambalomvaleliso
  10. I Have Made Up My Mind - Mahlathini Nezintombi Zomgoashiyo
  11. Joyce No.2 - Johnson Mkhalali
  12. Here Is The Money - Ladysmith Black Mambazo
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Editorial Review:
This is possibly one of the most important collections of South African music to be released off the continent. Before Paul Simon, Sting, and Peter Gabriel started their explorations and exploitations of African music, this stunning set of music was already out there showing the world how it was done in South Africa's townships. Now well-known names like Ladysmith Black Mambazo (before they did candy commercials) and the growling Mahlathini were given their first international hearing. But the real gems are the sounds we never got to hear on Graceland: the raw mandolin and fiddle of Moses Mchunu, the wonderful jive vocals of Amaswazi Emvelo, the loping swing in the voice of Nancy Sedibe, and the fat guitar grooves of Johnson Mkhalali and his band. The collection is a gem, a representation of what was happening on the radio and in the dance clubs of Soweto in the late 1970s and early 1980s, as mbaqanga swept through the country and took everyone with it. --Louis Gibson

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