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Langston Hughes

Release title: Langston Hughes - Poems From Black Africa

 
Genre is Non-Music  Folk, World, & Country 
Style is Dialogue  Spoken Word  Poetry  African 
This album was released on the label Caedmon Records (catalog number CDL 51315)
This album was released in 1971 year. US

All track songs from this album Langston Hughes - Poems From Black Africa You can not listen to (this is not available) here, download mp3 music, individually or the whole album
# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
A1 Sierra Leone - The Meaning Of Africa ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 5:27
A2 Nyasaland - Stanley Meets Mutesa ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:49
A3 Ghana - Three Phases Of Africa ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 6:19
A4 Ghana - The Damage You Have Done ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:51
B1 Ghana - My Africa ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:29
B2 Liberia - Africa's Plea ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:43
B3 Nigeria - Independence ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:32
B4 South Africa - Blue Black ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:01
B5 South Africa - Black Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:57
B6 South Africa - Where The Rainbow Ends ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:40
Oral Traditions: ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B7 Congolese - Paddling Song ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:27
B8 Liberian - Nana Kru ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:19
B9 Malagasy - Half Sigh ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:21
B10 Ghanian - Foolish Child ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:17
B11 Ghanian - Prayer For Every Day ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:42
B12 Nigerian - O Lamb Give Me My Salt ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:27
B13 Gabonese - The Little Bird ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:38
B14 South Africa - Shaka, King Of The Zulus ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:40
B15 South Africa - Absent Lover ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:16
B16 South Africa - Six To Six ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:18
B17 South African - Pass Office Song ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:27
B18 South Rhodesian - Keep It Dark ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:17
B19 Ethiopian - Trousers Of Wind ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:28

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In studio record of this release "Poems From Black Africa" attended those artists:

Langston Hughes (Edited By),  James Earl Jones (2) (Read By),  Abioseh Nicol (Written By),  James D. Rubadiri (Written By),  Francis Ernest Kobina Parkes (Written By),  Ellis Ayitey Komey (Written By),  Michael Dei-Anang (Written By),  Roland Tombekai Dempster (Written By),  Bakare Gbadamosi, Ulli Beier (Translated By),  Adebayo Faleti (Written By),  Bloke Modisane (Written By),  Bloke Modisane (Written By),  Richard Rive (Written By),  Max Exner (Translated By),  R. Van Richards (Vocals [Sung By]),  Miriam Koshland (Translated By),  J.B. Danquash (Translated By),  Kweku Martin (Translated By),  Dennis C. Osadebay (Translated By),  Rolf Italiaander (Translated By),  A.C. Jordan (Translated By),  A.C. Jordan (Translated By),  A.C. Jordan (Translated By),  Peggy Rutherfoord (Translated By),  Hugh Tracey (Translated By),  Sylvia Pankhurst (Translated By),  Ato Menghestu Lemme (Translated By [Assisted By]), 

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