Miriam Makeba

Origin : South Africa
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Miriam Makeba : discography

Miriam Makeba - The definitive collection album cover Album : The definitive collection
Label : Wrasse Records
Year : 2002
Ref : CD wrass 062
Blank Cover Album : Legend
Year : 2001
Miriam Makeba - Mama Africa album cover Album : Mama Africa
Year : 2001
Miriam Makeba - Homeland album cover Album : Homeland
Label : Putumayo
Year : 2000
Ref : CD PUTU164-2
Miriam Makeba - World legends album cover Album : World legends
Year : 2000
Miriam Makeba - The click song album cover Album : The click song
Year : 1997
Blank Cover Album : En public Paris et Conakry
Year : 1996
Miriam Makeba - Live From Paris & Conakry album cover Album : Live From Paris & Conakry
Year : 1996
Miriam Makeba - Comme Une Symphonie D'Amour album cover Album : Comme Une Symphonie D'Amour
Year : 1994
Miriam Makeba - Sing me a song album cover Album : Sing me a song
Year : 1994
Blank Cover Album : The best of Miriam Makeba 1957 / 1959
Year : 1992
Miriam Makeba - Africa album cover Album : Africa
Year : 1991
Blank Cover Album : Live au Palais de Conakry
Label : Sonodisc
Year : 1990
Ref : CD CD 8470
Miriam Makeba - Pata pata album cover Album : Pata pata
Year : 1989
Miriam Makeba - Welela album cover Album : Welela
Label : Philips
Year : 1989
Ref : CD 838208-2
Miriam Makeba - Sangoma album cover Album : Sangoma
Label : WEA
Year : 1988
Ref : CD LC 0392
Miriam Makeba - Country girl album cover Album : Country girl
Year : 1978
Blank Cover Album : Pata pata (Enregistrement public Paris)
Year : 1977
Miriam Makeba - Makeba Sings album cover Album : Makeba Sings
Label : RCA
Year : 1965
Ref : LP
Miriam Makeba - Miriam Makeba album cover Album : Miriam Makeba
Year : 1960
Miriam Makeba - A promise album cover Album : A promise
Miriam Makeba - Appel à l'Afrique album cover Album : Appel à l'Afrique
Label : Sonodisc
Ref : CD SLP 22
Miriam Makeba - Best of the Early Years album cover Album : Best of the Early Years
Label : Wrasse Records
Ref : CD wrass 088
Miriam Makeba - Eyes on tomorow album cover Album : Eyes on tomorow
Label : Polydor
Ref : CD 849313-2
Blank Cover Album : I Shall Sing
Label : Disques Esperance
Blank Cover Album : Kilimanjaro
Label : Sonodisc
Ref : CD 5563
Miriam Makeba - Miriam Makeba - Her Essential Recordings  album cover Album : Miriam Makeba - Her Essential Recordings
Miriam Makeba - Miriam Makeba In Concert! album cover Album : Miriam Makeba In Concert!
Miriam Makeba - Reflections album cover Album : Reflections

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News about Miriam Makeba

Could Muhammad Ali be headed to Broadway? Producer David Sonenberg is developing a musical stage adaptation of the 1996, Oscar-winning documentary “When We Were Kings,” it was announced Thursday.

“When We Were Kings” documents the legendary 1974 fight between Ali and George Foreman, better known as “The Rumble in the Jungle,” that was held in Zaire, Africa. Sonenberg, who executive produced the documentary directed by Leon Gast, is now bringing it to the stage with a workshop scheduled for spring 2019 and plans for a full stage musical production the following year.

The book for the musical is adapted from the film and is written by Shelley Marcus. The songs for the musical are R&B classics from the 1974 Zaire music festival, with the exception of “Rumble In The Jungle,” which was written by The Fugees for the film.

Also Read: CBS All Access Nabs Muhammad Ali Limited Series From Morgan Freeman

The “When We Were Kings” film features Ali and Foreman, along with Don King, Stokely Carmichael, Norman Mailer, George Plimpton, Howard Cosell, Miriam Makeba, President Mobutu and more. The cast for the musical will also include portrayals of James Brown, B.B. King, The Pointer Sisters, The Spinners, Bill Withers, Celia Cruz, and The Fania All Stars, who performed at the music festival that took place just before the fight in Zaire.

“Muhammad Ali was called ‘The Greatest of All Time’ for good reason,” Sonenberg said in a statement. “Ali went toe to toe with everyone from Sonny Liston and Joe Frazier to Howard Cosell, Norman Mailer and the Supreme Court of the United States. Ali remains an undeniable cultural icon. Not only was he an extraordinarily gifted athlete, poet, spiritual and political leader, but he was certainly one of the most charming, disarming, controversial and electrifying personalities of all time.”

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“The details of Ali’s life are as relevant today as they were 45 years ago,” Sonenberg added. “Ali’s story, as depicted in ‘When We Were Kings’ fuses sports, music, dance, politics, race and culture in a way that should be compelling to a broad global audience.”

Ali died in June 2016 after battling Parkinson’s syndrome for many years.

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Source : thewrap.com | 2018-11-29 17:42:59.0
[Daily Maverick] The ambassador had organised for Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masekela to perform. God knows, we had never heard them and here they were within touching distance and performing for this relatively small group of people.
Source : AllAfrica | 2018-01-26 07:59:04.0
The documentary presents a highlight reel of crucial events from the South African singer and activist’s life.
Source : International Herald Tribune | 2018-01-18 13:00:06.0