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  1. Label: Priority Records (6) - ZVU • Format: Cassette Album, Stereo • Country: South Africa • Genre: Electronic, Jazz • Style: Acid Jazz, Jazz-Funk Hugh Masekela - Waiting For The Rain (, Cassette) | Discogs.
  2. Written-By – Hugh Masekela: A3: Tonight Written-By – Hugh Masekela: A4: The Joke Of Life (Brinca De Vivre) Written-By – Guilherme Arantes, John Lucien* B1: Run No More (A Vuo Mo) Adapted By – Hugh Masekela: B2: Coal Train (Stimela) Written-By – Hugh Masekela: B3: Ritual Dancer Written-By – Hugh Masekela.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Waiting for the Rain - Hugh Masekela on AllMusic - /
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  5. Oct 13,  · Morceau 7 du LP Waiting For The Rain. The Animals - House of the Rising Sun () HQ/Widescreen ♫♥ 55 YEARS & counting - Duration: The .
  6. Waiting For The Rain: Hugh Masekela: Beatin’ Aroun De Bush: Beatin’ Aroun De Bush: Author djcheshirecat Posted on March 30, June 26, Categories Last Tuesday Treat, Setlist/Broadcast 3/26 – Last Tuesday Treat: A Very Merry Unbirthday to Hugh Masekela.
  7. Written-By – Hugh Masekela: A3: Tonight Written-By – Hugh Masekela: A4: The Joke Of Life (Brincar De Viver) Written-By – Guilherme Arantes, John Lucien* B1: Run No More (A Vuo Mo) Adapted By – Hugh Masekela: B2: Coal Train (Stimela) Written-By – Hugh Masekela: B3: Ritual Dancer Written-By – Hugh 4/5(22).
  8. Reception. Robert Christgau stated "Like Malcolm McLaren with a birthright, Masekela has given up the dull demijazz of his U.S. period and returned to Africa, where he cops riffs and rhythms, calypso raps and organ jive and of course trumpet parts, as cannily as the cleverest imperialist, then serves them up in a highly palatable English-language fusion.

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