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Miriam Makeba ; The world of Miriam Makeba.
Narberth, PA : Collectables ; [New York?] : BMG Special Products, ℗2002.
1 audio disc (68 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Masekela, Hugh, 1939-2018
Belafonte Folk Singers
Collectables: COL-CD-2842 (BMG Special Products: DRC1-3189).
Principally African folk songs and popular songs.
Originally released as 2 separate albums in 1960 (RCA LSP-2267) and 1963 (RCA LSP-2750).
Original liner notes, in part by Adam Barnes and Harry Belafonte, inserted in container; program notes for tracks 1-14 on container.
The album "Miriam Makeba" produced by Bob Bollard ; the album "The World of Miriam Makeba" produced by Hugo & Luigi.
Time and place of event
Tracks 1-14 recorded May 10-11, 1960, at Webster Hall, New York, N.Y.; tracks 15-26 recorded June 20-21 and July 1, 1963.
Tracks 1-14 recorded and released in 1960 ; tracks 15-26 recorded and released in 1963.
Miriam Makeba, vocals ; with the Belafonte Folk Singers, conducted by Milt Okun (tracks 1-14) ; Perry Lopez, guitar (tracks 1-14) ; the Chad Mitchell Trio (track 7) ; Charles Coleman, vocals (track 13) ; unnamed orchestra, conducted by Hugh Masekela (tracks 15-26).
Sung in Xhosa, English, Indonesian, Swahili or Zulu.
Miriam Makeba. Retreat song (Jikele maweni) (2:34) ; Suliram (2:45) ; Click song (2:31) ; Umhome (1:18) ; Olilili (2:33) ; Lakutshn, ilanga (2:09) ; Mbube (with the Chad Mitchell Trio) (3:19) ; Naughty little flea (3:48) ; Where does it lead? (2:31) ; Nomeva (2:38) ; House of the rising sun (1:58) ; Saduva (2:29) ; One more dance (with Charles Coleman, vocals) (2:41) ; Iya guduza (2:12) -- The world of Miriam Makeba. Dubula (2:46) ; Forbidden games (2:56) ; Pole mze (2:16) ; Little boy (3:24) ; Kwedini (2:17) ; Vamos chamar ovento (3:22) ; Umhome (2:51) ; Amampondo (1:56) ; Wonders and things (3:11) ; Tonados de media noche (Song at midnight) (3:07) ; Into yam (2:43) ; Where can I go? (2:53).
World of Miriam Makeba.
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