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Song Spirit

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Sathima Bea Benjamin

Label: Ekapa
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

01. Ah! Sweet Mistery of Life (Victor Herbert/Rida Johnson Young) - 2:31 02. I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good (Duke Ellington/Paul Francis Webster) - 4:34 03. Africa (Sathima Bea Benjamin) - 8:08 04. Indian Summer (Victor Herbert/Al Dubin) - 6:23 05. It Never Entered My Mind (Richard Rogers & Lorenz Hart) - 3:44 06. I Only Have Eyes for You (Harry Warren/Al Dubin) - 5:58 07. Memories of You (Eubie Blake/Andy Razaf) - 5:00 08. Music (Sathima Bea Benjamin) - 6:02 09. Lush Life (Billy Strayhorn) - 6:28 10. Children of Soweto (Sathima Bea Benjamin) - 5:54 11. I'll Follow My Secret Heart (Noel Coward) - 4:00 12. Loveless Love/Careless Love (W.C. Handy/Spencer Williams) - 8:55

Personnel

Sathima Bea Benjamin
Sathima Bea Benjamin

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Sathima Bea Benjamin (voce); Kenny Barron (piano 4,9,12); Duke Ellington (piano 2); Henry February (piano 6); Onaje Allan Gumbs (piano 1,3,7,10); Abdullah Ibrahim (piano 5); Stephen Scott (piano 11); Larry Willis (piano 8); Johnny Gerze (contrabbasso 2); Basil Moses (contrabbasso 6,11); Buster Williams (contrabbasso 1,3,4,7,8,9,10,12); Lulu Gontsana (batteria 11); Billy Higgins (batteria 3,4,8,9,10,12); Makhaya Ntshoko (batteria 2); Vincent Pavitt (batteria 6); Ben Riley (batteria 1,7); Svend Asmussen (violino pizzicato 2); Carlos Ward (sax alto 3,10); Ricky Ford (sax tenore 8)


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