Africa-O-Ye! playlist for 12/19/2013

Program name: 
Africa-O-Ye!
Air date: 
12/19/2013
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
anonymousProtest Meeting, JohannesburgAmandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
Griffiths Motsieloa and CompanyNkosi Sikelel' iAfrikaOpika Pende: Africa at 78 rpmDust-to-Digital
Miriam MakebaBeware, Verwoerd! (Ndodemnyama)An Evening With Belafonte/MakebaRCA Victor
Robben-Island Prison SingersY'zingaAmandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
Abdullah Ibrahim with Sathima Bea BenjaminMandelaLiberation: South African Freedom SongsSaico LP
Mbongeni NgemaLizobuyaAmandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
Pretoria Central PrisonInjamblo / Hambani Kunye Ne-VangeliAmandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
Abdullah Ibrahim with Sathima Bea BenjaminSizonqobaLiberation: South African Freedom SongsSaico LP
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Lucie Pagé [producer]documentary: "South African Freedom Songs: Inspiration for Liberation"South African Freedom SongsMayibuye centre
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Abdullah Ibrahim with Sathima Bea BenjaminNgeke, Ngeke, Ngeke!Liberation: South African Freedom SongsSaico LP
Amandla GroupSobashiya Abazali EkhayaAmandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
anonymousPeople Shall GovernRadio FreedomRounder
The African National Congress ChoirUsilethela Uxolo (Nelson Mandela Brings Us Peace)Amandla! a Revolution in Four-Part HarmonyAto Records
Abdullah IbrahimMandelaWater from an Ancient WellEnja/Ekapa Series
anonymousMandela chantRadio FreedomRounder
Abdullah Ibrahim with Sathima Bea BenjaminTshwarang ThebeLiberation: South African Freedom SongsSaico LP
ANC Choir LondonRolihlalaSouth African Freedom SongsMayibuye centre
Hugh MasekelaBring Him Back Home (Nelson Mandela)Greatest HitsColumbia
SOUTH AFRICAN FREEDOM SONGS. Music has played an important role in liberation struggles the world over. In the South African struggle against apartheid, song was especially powerful. Celebrating the life and work of Nelson Mandela, this week on Africa O-Yé! we look back at this musical legacy. We will hear selections from Abdullah Ibrahim and Sathima Bea Benjamin, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, and many more. In the mid-section of the program [starting at about 1:30] we will air an hour-long radio documentary 'South African Freedom Songs' produced by Lucie Pagé in 2000. The documentary features the voices of Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Ronnie Kasrils, and many others. This week's host: Andy Hosch

 

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