The Chisa Years

by Hugh Masekela

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Ordinary Joe The compilation that revealed Hugh Masekela's genius to me.

When I bought the CD for the first time in 2006, I was totally impressed and I still am after so many years.
Great spiritual and uplifting music and one of my favorite jazz compilations.
Thank you BBE, thank you HUGH MASEKELA for the beauty of your life work - R. I. P.
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    The Chisa Years: 1965–1975 (Rare and Unreleased) is a compilation album by South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela. The album consists of 14 rare or forgotten tracks recorded by Stewart Levine and Hugh Masekela from 1965 to 1975 when they ran their own Chisa Records label.

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released March 13, 2006

2006, BBE

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Sometime after the Universal Robot Band and sometime before where we are now, a pair of DJ/promoter/whatevers, Pete Adarkwah and Ben Jolly, ran a successful club night named after our eponymous song, playing a joyful mix of all they considered good. 'Wouldn't it be fun,' they mused, 'To release some of these tunes?' And so BBE (Barely Breaking Even) was born. ... more

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