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Juluka - African Litany mp3 download

Performer: Juluka
Title: African Litany
Style: Southern African,Worldbeat,African Traditions,Afro-Pop
Location: Satbel Studios
Duration: 40:59
Released: 1982
Size MP3 version: 1747 mb
Size FLAC version: 1662 mb
Size WMA version: 1855 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 269
Genre: International

Juluka - African Litany mp3 download

BPM Profile African Litany. Album starts at 89BPM, ends at 133BPM (+44), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Juluka.

Album · 1981 · 10 Songs. African Litany Juluka.

Johnny Clegg & Juluka.

African Litany ‎(CD, Album). Look South Records, Primedia Record Company. RSMCD 1025 134. Juluka. African Litany ‎(CD, Album). South Africa.

Juluka was a South African music band formed in 1969 by Johnny Clegg and Sipho Mchunu. Juluka means "sweat", and was the name of a bull owned by Mchunu. African Litany Album.

Album: African Litany (1981). Artists: Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu. Download for free and listen to Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - African Litany. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.

Songs from African Litany by Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu. Free download and listen African Litany. Tracks count: 10. Views: 72. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - Gijim'beke 03:39. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - Thandiwe 02:44. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - African Litany 03:53.

African Litany, 1981. African Litany, 1981. Bull-Man-Free, 03:36.

Album: African Litany. African Litany: Best 2 songs. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - African Sky Blue 04:04. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - Bull-Man-Free 03:38. Album: African Litany. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Sipho Mchunu: best 2 tracks. Johnny Clegg & Juluka, Juluka, Sipho Mchunu - Impi Heart of the Dancer, 2006 05:39. Artist: Johnny Clegg & Juluka Sipho Mchunu.

African Litany is the second studio album from South African band Juluka, released in 1981. It features lyrics sung in English and Zulu. The first track, Impi, which became one of the band's hits, retells the story of the Battle of Isandlwana, won by the Zulu, and was banned from the radio in South Africa at the time, but gained underground popularity

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Impi Johnny Clegg Juluka 4:46
2 African Sky Blue Johnny Clegg / Sipho Mchunu Juluka 4:00
3 Jerusalema Juluka 3:35
4 African Litany Juluka 3:57
5 Bull-Man-Free Juluka 3:35
6 Gijim Beke Juluka 4:25
7 Heart of the Dancer Juluka 5:40
8 High Country Johnny Clegg Juluka 4:30
9 Mama Shabalala Juluka 3:45
10 Thandiwe Juluka 2:46


Johnny Boshoff - Arranger, Guitar (Bass), Percussion
Johnny Clegg - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Mouth Bow, Primary Artist, Vocals
Derrick DeBeer - Drums, Percussion
Robbie Jansen - Flute, Saxophone
Juluka - Performer, Primary Artist
Sipho Mchunu - Composer, Concertina, Guitar, Vocals
Umncengeni Ngubane - Vocals
Hilton Rosenthal - Producer
Umvovo Shelembe - Vocals
Peter Thwaites - Engineer