Hugh Masekela - Bring Him Back Home mp3 album
Bring Him Back Home (Nelson Mandela)", also known as "Bring Him Back Home", is an anthemic anti-apartheid protest song written by South African musician Hugh Masekela. It was released as the first track of his 1987 album Tomorrow. It was recorded in 1986 when Masekela was in exile from the apartheid regime of South Africa. The melody of the song is buoyant, containing a number of powerful chords and trumpet riffs.
Watch the video for Mandela (Bring Him Back Home!) from Hugh Masekela's Hope for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Hugh Masekela (born Witbank, April 4, 1939. Died Johannesburg, January 23, 2018) was a South African flugelhorn and cornet player.
Album: Hugh Masekela: Greatest Hits, 1999. Hugh Masekela - Bring Him Back Home (Nelson Mandela) from Paul Simon's "Graceland - The African Concert" (Zimbabwe, 1987). Recorded in 1986 for his Tomorrow album, the song and it's wish became a reality when Mandela was released in 1990, and it was played during his many visits to America following his release, as well as on numerous television broadcasts.
Not only was Nelson Mandela the most famous modern day political prisoner, he was also one of the biggest fans of Hugh Masakela. So great, in fact, that he was able to smuggle a letter to him in April 1985 (for Masakela's birthday) from Pollsmoor Prison, which wished him luck on his recording projects and other good tidings. Masakela was so moved by this letter that he wrote this fabulous anthem, which envisioned Mandela walking freely down the streets of South Africa.
িল্পী: Hugh Masekela. লবাম: Tomorrow (1987). Bring him back home to Soweto. I want to see him walking down the streets of South Africa. Tomorrow! Bring back Nelson Mandela, Bring him back home to Soweto. I want to see him walking hand in hand with Winnie Mandela. aggelos দ্বারা সোম, 18/07/2016 - 14:22 তারিখ সাবমিটার করা হয়. maluca সর্বশেষ সম্পাদনা করেছেন শুক্র, 21/09/2018 - 19:46. ন্যবাদ! 2 বার ধন্যবাদ পেয়েছেন.
Hugh Masekela and his band performing Grazing in the Grass, 2014. In 1967, now living in California and having divorced Makeba after only two years of marriage, he played at the Monterey festival alongside Janis Joplin and the Who. The following year he released the single Grazing in the Grass, an instrumental produced by his friend Stewart Levine that became a massive hit, topping the US charts for three weeks. The cover of his Emancipation of Masekela album (1966) showed him dressed like Abraham Lincoln and was boycotted by distributors in the American south. Later, he followed his easygoing hit single with a furious, experimental set that included songs about Vietnam and the plight of migrant workers in South Africa Inside, Masekela performed his rousing anti-apartheid anthem Bring Him Back Home (Nelson Mandela) and his song about migrant workers, Stimela.
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|A||Bring Him Back Home
Producer – Don FreemanRemix, Edited By – Michael O'ReillyRemix, Edited By, Producer [Additional Music] – Arif Mardin, Joe MardinWritten-By – Hugh Masekela, Michael Timothy, Tim Daly
Written-By – Hugh Masekela, John Selolwane, Mopati Tsienyane
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
- Management – Yellow Go-Rilla Prod. Ltd.*
- Mixed By – Stuart Barry
- Mixed By [Assistance] – Spencer Henderson
- Producer – Geoff Haslam*, Hugh Masekela
- Producer [Associate] – Johnny Stirling
Ⓟ 1987 WEA International Inc. Ⓒ 1987 WEA International Inc.
Distributed by WEA Records Ltd. A Warner Communications Company
Ⓟ 1987 WEA International Inc.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 258 466-7-A / U 8466 A 1 1 30 11
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 258 466-7-B / U 8466 B 1 1 30 11
|U8466 T, U8466 (T)||Hugh Masekela||Bring Him Back Home (12")||WEA, WEA||U8466 T, U8466 (T)||UK||1987|
|0-20684||Hugh Masekela||Bring Him Back Home / Stimela (Coal Train) (12")||Warner Bros. Records||0-20684||US||1987|
|258 466-7||Hugh Masekela||Bring Him Back Home (7", Single)||Wea||258 466-7||Europe||1987|
|7-28419||Hugh Masekela||Bring Him Back Home (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||7-28419||US||1987|
|SAM 341||Hugh Masekela||Bring Him Back Home (12", Single, Promo)||WEA International Inc.||SAM 341||UK||1987|