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Jazz of the New South Africa, Part Two

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South Africa celebrated its first democratic elections in April 1994, entering a new phase of its history. During that decade, an incredible new array of Jazz artists emerged in the country, exploring Jazz's role in the New South Africa.

Playlist

  • Hilton Schilder "Email to the Ancestors" from No Turning Back (Mountain Records) 1:11
  • Tribe "New Tricks" from Our Language (Ready Rolled) 4:54
  • Carlo Mombelli and the Prisoners of the Strange "Ethical Sam's Cookery School" from I Stared into My Head (Instinct Africaine) 10:59
  • Marcus Wyatt "Mr Baloi -Part One" from Language 12 (Language 12) 15:52
  • Kesivan and the Lights "Breathe" from Brotherhood (Self-Released) 20:17
  • Mandla Mlangeni and Tune Recreation Committee "Ke TS.O.NA" from Voices of Our Vision (Mandla Mlangeni Music) 27:00
  • Nduduzo Makhathini "Nomkhubulwane" from Matunda Ya Kwanza (Gundu Entertainment) 32:27
  • Kyle Shepherd "Langarm" from South African !X (Sheer Sound) 35:36
  • Mpumi Dhlamini "Life's Little Thing" from Note to Self (Self-Released) 41:37
  • Aaron Rimbui "Kwetu" from Kwetu (Self-Released) 44:50
  • Mabuta "Beneath the Waves" from Welcome to This World (Kujua Records) 51:26
  • Thandi Ntuli "Umthandazo Womzali" from Exiled (Ndlela Music) 56:31
  • Melanie Scholtz "Weave Me a Fantasy, Child" from Freedom's Child (Record Label) 1:02:15

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