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Jabulani (Hugh Masekela album). 2012 studio album by Hugh Masekela. Backed by a bevy of talented musicians even including a small choir, Masekela is in top form throughout this celebratory album.
Inspired by South African wedding traditions remembered from his youth, trumpeter Hugh Masekela's 2012 album Jabulani is a celebratory mix of jazz, pop, and African sounds. From the opening anthemic "Sossie" to the earthy "Bambezela" and the bright and happy "Makoti (Bride)," Masekela brings his rousing trumpet and flügelhorn style to these joyous tracks that more often than not also feature his passionate and rousing vocals.
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Hugh Masekela: Jabulani by Thomas Carroll, published on April 1, 2012. As a whole, Jabulani provides more of a snapshot of South African culture than a body of instrumental ingenuity. While the musical performance is never less than refined and professional, the message and mood of the album are clearly more important than the instrumental performance. Track Listing: Sossie; Fiela; Bambezela; Rosie My Girl; Iph’ Indlela; Tsoang Tsoang; Scatter My Dada; Makoti (Bride); Mfana; Uyeyeni; No Harvest (Aslimanga).
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Tsoang Tsoang 05:09. Scatter My Dada 06:28.
Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Masekela relives these joyous and heady days of his youth on Jabulani, his new album scheduled for release as part of the Listen 2 Africa Series from Listen 2 Entertainment Group. Sometimes wise, sometimes comical, oftentimes both, the 11-song set includes many traditional songs that date back several generations in South African wedding tradition. This anthology and choreography have stayed deeply embedded in my memory," he says. This is a tribute to the township weddings of yesteryear.
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|7||Scatter My Dada|
|11||No Harvest (Aslimanga)|
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