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The People Could Fly

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Tappin The Land Turtle; He Lion, Bruh Bear, Bruh Rabbit; How Nehemiah Got Free; Little Eight John; The People Could Fly; Carrying The Runnings Away; The Most Useful Slave; Here But I'm Gone.

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Camilla George: The People Could Fly

Read "The People Could Fly" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Camilla George's follow-up to her debut album Isang (Ubuntu, 2016) is, if anything, even better than her first. The record's title derives from a picture book of folktales by Virginia Hamilton portraying the plight of African slaves and how they could escape their oppression by flying back to their homeland. The titles of seven of the ...


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