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Ihoyiya - Miriam Makeba - Sangoma (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Miriam Makeba Sangoma VG+ LP / warners stereo vinyl LP release. With original inner sleeve. Vinyl is VG+ with no obvious visual flaws. Cover looks nice. No budget cuts. All items guaranteed. Combined shipping. Buyer pays shipping - for media rate. Order as many items as you want - shipping will not go over 4 prepletfinozsentlo.swithpohersbilitcakamentrecirephya.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  2. Sep 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sangoma demo Miriam Makeba YouTube Miriam Makeba Live interview on Conversations Peter Ndoro - Duration: Miriam Makeba .
  3. Packaged with a 6"x9" advertisement card for the book "Makeba: My Story" by Miriam Makeba with James Hall (Nal Books). Trackname translations [from liner notes]: Side One 1. Emabhaceni means "The Land of the Amabhaca" 2. {Nursery Rhyme} 3. Ngalala Phantsi means "I'm Down" 4. {a cry, like yodeling} 5. Kulo Nyaka means "This Year" 6.
  4. Jul 02,  · Sangoma, an Album by Miriam Makeba. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 92 ; Vinyl LP)/5(61).
  5. MIRIAM MAKEBA: Miriam Makeba LP (Mono, shrink) Vocalists. $ Miriam Makeba - In Concert - VG+/VG Vinyl LP - Reprise Records. $ Miriam Makeba, Sangoma Record Lp With Insert, Excellent Vinyl. $ Search eBay (United States) for this release. MusicStack.
  6. Packaged with a 6"x9" advertisement card for the book "Makeba: My Story" by Miriam Makeba with James Hall (Nal Books). Trackname translations [from liner notes]: Side One 1. Emabhaceni means "The Land of the Amabhaca" 2. {Nursery Rhyme} 3. Ngalala Phantsi means "I'm Down" 4. {a cry, like yodeling} 5. Kulo Nyaka means "This Year" 6.
  7. Apr 20,  · Miriam Makeba. Miriam Makeba - Introducing the band memebers (Live at AVO Session (Basel) Switzerland - ) - Duration: Miriam Makeba Official Channel 15, views.
  8. Dec 01,  · Known internationally for the her hit 'Pata Pata' Miriam Makeba AKA Mama Africa () was a South African singer and prominent civil rights activist whose work campaigning against apartheid caused the South African government to revoke her passport, with Makeba only returning home in on request of Nelson Mandela following its abolition.

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