Future Nostalgia: BLACK MUSIC UNDER APARTHEID

ATIYYAH KHAN AKA EL CORAZON

A sonic exploration of black music under Apartheid, in particular focusing on jazz. Thinking about the after-effects of Apartheid that still continues today. The mix discovers how jazz has always been struggle music in South Africa. And explains how stringent laws and rules on sound led us to where we are today.

BLACK MUSIC UNDER APARTHEID

TRACK LIST

1) Amaxesha Osizi  (Times of Sorrow) – Louis Moholo-Moholo / Ogun Records / 2019 / 00:05

2) Goli Kwela – Kippie Moeketsi and The Marabi Band (Clarinet Kwela) /USA RECORDS/ 1958/ 01:37

3) Kulusizi – Dixie Kwankwa (Sadness and Joy) / Troubadour Records/ 1959 / 04.31

4) Meadowlands – Nancy Jacobs and Her Sisters (Meadowlands) / Quality Records / 1956 / 06:56

5) Mra -Gwigwi Mwrebi (Mbaqanga Songs) Honest Jons/ 1967/ 09:24 

6) Black Heroes – Tete Mbambisa (Tete’s Big Sound) / The Sun / 1976 / 12:26

7) Yakhal’Inkomo – Winston Mankunku Ngozi ( Yakhal Ínkomo) / Gallo Records / 1968 / 16:51

8) Mannenberg –  Dollar Brand/ Abdullah Ibrahim (Mannenberg – ‘Is Where It’s Happening‘) / The Sun / 1974 / 22:40

9) Riot – Hugh Masekela (Masekela) / UNI Records / 1969 / 36:00

10) La Guinee Guine – Miriam Makeba (A Promise) / Black Music / 1975 / 38:00

11) Barazinbar – Assegai (Afrorock)/ Sounds Super Records / 1971/ 41:03

12) Madodana (The Young Ones) – Dudu Pukwana (Diamond Express)  Arista Records / 1977/ 46:40

13) Nomusa – Ndikho Xaba and the Natives (Ndhiko Xaba and the Natives) / Matsuli Music /2015 /54:28

14) Funk Dem Dudu –  The Blue Notes ( Blue Notes for Johnny) / Ogun Records / 1987 / 01:03:15

15) Cherry – Basil Manenberg Coetzee and Lionel Pillay (Plum and Cherry) The Sun / 1979 / 01:08:20

168) Ke A Rona (Power to the People) – District Six ( To Be Free) / Editions EG / 1987 / 01:17:20