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In hour 1, we pay tribute to Nelson Mandela and all who worked, struggled, and died to bring freedom to South Africa. We'll hear anti-apartheid freedom songs from around the world, as well as the voices of Nelson Mandela and Steve Biko. In hour 2, we'll check out some more pan-African sounds, travel once again to New Orleans, and enjoy another slab of sonic power from the late great WERU dj, Charlie Oldham.
The Nightfly 2013.48 Playlist
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night"
Gil Scot-Heron "Johannesburg"
Hamilton Bohannon "South African Man"
Nelson Mandela "Speech from 1964 terrorism tribunal, Rivonia"
Kintone "State of Emergency"
Amandla (ANC Cultural Group) "Soweto by Night"
The Mighty Sparrow "Invade South Africa"
South African Freedom Committee "Mandela"
Mayibuye "Izakunyathel' I Africa"
Steve Biko "Interview on German Television"
Tambu w/ Charlies Roots "How Many More Must Die"
Olodum "Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika"
Mbila Bel & Tabu Ley "Sisi Mandela"
Manna Oz aka Og Log "Ndow"
Smokey "Ghetto Noir"
Baby Ndome "Maman Bebe"
Chick Willis "Twistin' in the Hospital Ward"
Johnny Guitar Watson "Too Tired"
Willie King "Peg Leg Woman"
Joan Armatrading "Baby I"
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles "When the Words From Your Heart Get Caught Up in Your Throat"
Curtis Mayfield "We Got to Have Peace"
Mahalia Jackson "In the Upper Room"
The Meters "Yeah, You're Right"
The Rebirth Brass Band "Keep That Body Shaking"
Gary U.S. Bonds "I'm Glad You're Back"
Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party"