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Soweto Gospel Choir – African Spirit (2007)

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Soweto Gospel Choir – African Spirit (2007)

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01. Seteng Sediba
02. Avulekile Amasango / One Love
03. I’ll Remember You
04. Ke Na Le Modisa
05. Akahlulwa Lutho
06. Sitting In Limbo / This Little Light Of Mine / M’ilo Vutha 
      Mathanjeni / If You Ever Needed The Lord
07. Izwi Lahlab’inhiliziyo Yami
08. Africa			play
09. One
10. Hlohonolofatsa
11. Hosanna
12. Sefapano
13. By The Rivers of Babylon
14. Modimo
15. Balm Of Gilead
16. Forever Young		play
17. Somlandela
18. Shosholoza
19. World In Union

The Soweto Gospel Choir: 
Joshua Mcineka (guitar, pennywhistle); 
Vusimuzi Shabalala (keyboards); 
Lucas Bok (bass guitar); 
Mandla Modawu (drums); 
Sipho Ngcamu, Velile Msimango, Mxolisi Sithole (percussion).


For their third album (the previous release, Blessed, won a 2007 Grammy for Best Traditional World Music Album), the now-world-famous ensemble of brave, passionate survivors, many of whom are living with HIV and AIDS, has crafted another heartbreakingly beautiful and inspiring program. They raise their voices in praise and hope, at peace with what cannot be changed but not remotely resigned about how to deal with it. The set list concentrates predominantly on South African spirituals but also includes pieces composed by Bono/U2 ("One"), Bob Dylan ("Forever Young"), and reggae icons Jimmy Cliff ("Sitting in Limbo"), and Bob Marley ("One Love"). There is even a rendition of "The World in Union", official anthem of 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa, which is in turn based upon the "Jupiter" movement of Gustav Holst's The Planets. Some listeners may cavil at the crossover tracks, and Bono, heard live with the choir, certainly isn't shy about claiming his share of the spotlight. But building exclusionary fences around music has, thankfully, always been a colossal waste of time. Of whatever origin, each track is a miracle of fellowship, professed belief, and positive striving, interpreted by soloists and choristers of soul-deep, indestructible genius. ---Christina Roden


In the short time since their first CD release, Soweto Gospel Choir has become one of the most celebrated world music groups performing today. Their releases have hit the Top Ten of the Billboard World Music Charts and their coast-to-coast tours have electrified audiences across the country. They have been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Conan O'Brien show, Emeril Live, A & E's "Breakfast With The Arts", NPR's "Morning Edition" and many other major media outlets. African Spirit, the Choir's third CD, is their most accessible project yet with an irresistible mix of their versions of internationally known inspirational songs and distinctive South African gospel, including some of the songs that have received the greatest response from their audiences.

World renowned superstar Bono of U2 is a special guest vocalist on the Choir's scintillating version of Bob Marley's "One Love". Highlights of African Spirit are the Choir's powerful versions of such hits as "Many Rivers To Cross", Bob Dylan's "Forever Young", Jimmy Cliff's "Sitting In Limbo" and Nina Simone's "Balm Of Gilead". In support of African Spirit, Soweto Gospel Choir will launch a forty-city tour of North America beginning February 1st. This tour will cover all of the most popular cultural performance venues in all of the key cities including New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington D.C. and more.

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