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Jazz in Exile, Part Two

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South Africa's Jazz enters a period of exile following the Sharpeville Massacre. In Part Two of Jazz in Exile, we'll examine more closely the artists who leave South Africa for Europe, learn about their stories, and hear their music.

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  • Blue Notes "Ntyilo Ntyilo" from Blue Notes for Johnny (Ogun Records) 01:49
  • Brotherhood of Breath "Mra" from Brotherhood of Breath (Repertoire Records) 09:45
  • Johnny Dyani "Radebe" from Witchdoctor's Son (Steeplechase Records) 16:15
  • Louis Moholo-Moholo "Ithi Gqi" from Spirits Rejoice! (Ogun Records) 22:37
  • Dudu Pukwana "Baloyi" from In the Townships (Virgin Records) 32:14
  • Letta Mbulu "Hareje" from Naturally (BGP Records) 37:32
  • Abdullah Ibrahim "Mannenberg" from Mannenberg...Is Where It's Happening (As-Shams) 44:29
  • Abdullah Ibrahim and Johnny Dyani "Ntsikana's Bell" from Good News from Africa (Enja Records) 59:20
  • Sathima Bea Benjamin "Africa" from African Songbird (As-Shams) 1:05:27
  • Dedication Orchestra "You Ain't Gonna Know Me Cause You Think You Know Me" from Spirits Rejoice (Ogun Records) 1:28:48

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