Hugh Masekela - Phola album FLAC
Grrr is the second studio album by South African musician Hugh Masekela. It was recorded in New York City and released in 1966 via Mercury Records. Grrr was re-released on LP in 1968 on Wing/Mercury labels as Hugh Masekela and on CD in 2003 on Verve label. On this record, he seamlessly fuses jazz ideas with the rhythmically complex South African music known as Mbaqanga.
In the decade of the 2000s, Hugh Masakela has come into his own more than at any other time in his long career, and Phola is a shining example that he's still in his prime, making excellent music with no turning back.
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Artist: Hugh Masekela Album: Phola Genre: African Jazz, World Fusion Origin: South Africa Released: 2008 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Mwanayu Wakula (4:52) Ghana (5:26) Bring It Back Home (5:32) Malungelo (5:57) Moz (5:35) Sonnyboy (7:16) Weather (5:34) The Joke of Life (Brinca de Vivre) (6:06) Hunger (9:01). Hugh Masakela’s recordings in his golden years have been much more rooted in his South African heritage than the commercialized music he played in his younger days. In the decade of the 2000s, Hugh Masakela has come into his own more than at any other time in his long career, and Phola is a shining example that he’s still in his prime, making excellent music with no turning back.
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Hugh Masekela – Phola. Label: 4Q (2) – 97012, Times Square Records – 97012. Backing Vocals – Mutangwa NtshaubaBass – Denny LalouetteDrums – David KlassenElectric Piano, Keyboards – Harold WynkwardtFlugelhorn, Vocals – Hugh MasekelaKeyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Accordion, Drum Programming, Backing Vocals – Erik PalianiPercussion – Elhadji Ngari NdongWritten-By – E. Paliani.
Jabulani (Hugh Masekela album). Jabulani is a sudio album by South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela. The record was released on January 31, 2012 via Listen 2 label in the USA and via Gallo Record Company label in South Africa. The Zulu word jabulani translates as: to be happy, or to bring joy and happiness. Recorded in Pretoria, South Africa, the album is a collection of re-interpreted traditional South African wedding songs.
Phola is a studio album by South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela Phola is a South African notion meaning to get well, to heal, to relax and chill. Studio album by. Hugh Masekela. Robert Denselow of The Guardian wrote "Phola is a new set in which his flugelhorn and vocals are matched against mostly light and easygoing backing from the keyboards, guitar and bass work of his Malawian producer and arranger, Erik Paliani. It's a varied album that switches between breezy instrumentals, township vocals and gently sturdy ballads such as the autobiographical Ghana.
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