DAÚDE / “Pata Pata”


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Rudy Says:
August 17th, 2005 at 8:42 pm

I just happen to have a wax LP copy of Hugh Masekela’s COLONIAL MAN. It is one of my favorite albums of all times. And I have not heard “A Song for Brazil” in years. I no longer have a turntable. Thanks for playing it.

That was a real treat. There are six songs (pieces) on the album: Side One — “A Song for Brazil,” “Vasco Da Gama,” and “For the Love of You”; Side Two — “Colonial Man,” “Witch Doctor,” and “Cecil Rhodes.”

If there was ever a perfect album, COLONIAL MAN is it. Another nice thing about the LP cover is that instead of liner notes, the words to the songs are provided.

I have no idea whether the album is now on CD. In any event, it does not seem that amazon.com carries it.

Rudy


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