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These recordings are largely in Afro-funk style, though with heavy township infusions in places, from the 1960s and 1970s, including his massive hit, "Grazin' in the Grass." As a jazz rather than a roots mbaqanga player, Masekela was a natural for this stuff, and (some studio trickery aside) it still stands tall and powerful. The notes are long in Masekela quotes, short on biography, non-existent on personnels.
Review by John Storm Roberts
|2||Child of the Earth||4:43|
|3||Ha Lese le Di Khanna||6:44|
|5||Bajabula Bonke (The Healing Song)||6:33|
|6||Grazing in the Grass||2:36|
|7||If There's Anbody Out There||3:49|
|8||Mace and Grenades||3:46|
|10||African Secret Society||5:37|
|11||Been Such a Long Time Gone||3:55|
|12||Stimela [Coal Train]||6:26|
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