The Many Voices of Miriam Makeba  

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The Many Voices of Miriam Makeba is a 1962 studio album of Miriam Makeba (LP Kapp KL1274).

Track listing

  1. "Kilimanjaro (Hunting Song and Boot Dance)"
  2. "Zenizenabo (Courage Song For Warriors)"
  3. "Ntjilo Ntjilo (Lullaby to a Child about a Little Canary)"
  4. "Umqokozo (Children's Game Song About A New Red Dress)"
  5. "Ngola Kurila (A Woman Pacifies Her Hungry Child. There Is Nothing To Eat)"
  6. "Thanayi (Story song about a girl named Thanayi)"
  7. "Liwa Wechi (Congolese Lament. The Wife Bids Her Husband Farewell As He Leaves For The Mines)"
  8. "Nagula (Witch Doctor Song)"
  9. "Carnival (Theme From The Brazilian Movie Black Orpheus)"
  10. "Night Must Fall (American)"
  11. "Love Tastes Like Strawberries (West Indian Ballad)"
  12. "Can't Cross Over (West Indian Calypso)"

Personnel

  • Miriam Makeba - vocals
  • Ernie Calabria, Jack Check - vocals
  • Norman Keenan - bass guitar
  • Hugh Masekela - trumpet
  • Daniel Barrajanos, Julio Collazo, Michael Alexander, Ralph MacDonald, Rod Clavery - percussion
  • Ralph Hunter - conductor




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