Miriam Makeba - PATA PATA

Miriam Makeba

PATA PATA (REMASTERED 2LP)

2x12" Vinyl D

Strut / STRUTLP180 / 05179531

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A1: Pata Pata (Mono Version)
A2: Ha Po Zamani (Mono Version)
A3: What Is Love (Mono Version)
A4: Maria Fulo (Mono Version)
A5: Yetentu Tizaleny (Mono Version)
A6: Click Song Number One (Mono Version)
B1: Ring Bell, Ring Bell (Mono Version)
B2: Jol’inkomo (Mono Version)
B3: West Wind (Mono Version)
B4: Saduva (Mono Version)
B5: A Piece Of Ground (Mono Version)
C1: Pata Pata (Stereo Version)
C2: Ha Po Zamani (Stereo Version)
C3: What Is Love (Stereo Version)
C4: Maria Fulo (Stereo Version)
C5: Yetentu Tizaleny (Stereo Version)
C6: Click Song Number One (Stereo Version)
D1: Ring Bell, Ring Bell (Stereo Version)
D2: Jol’inkomo (Stereo Version)
D3: West Wind (Stereo Version)
D4: Saduva (Stereo Version)
D5: A Piece Of Ground (Stereo Version)

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Strut present the definitive remastered reissue of the 1966 album by Miriam Makeba. Contains the mono and stereo version of all songs on double vinyl.

The album marked a significant international breakthrough for Makeba.
Moving to the US after the anti-apartheid film 'Come Back, Africa' gained international attention and staying there in exile, she quickly built her career in New York during the '60s, mentored by Harry Belafonte. Signing with Reprise after a period with RCA, she returned to one of her older songs: "I wrote 'Pata Pata' back in 1956, back in South Africa", remembered Makeba in her autobiography. "It was a fun little song and I was thinking of a dance that we do at home ("pata" means 'touch" in Zulu and Xhosa)".
The track peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 at no. 12 and the album. Other songs on the album included a version of the traditional Xhosa classic, 'Click Song Number One' ('Qongqothwane'), the atmospheric 'West Wind', later famously covered by her friend Nina Simone, and a version of Tilahun Gessesse's 'Yetentu Tizaleny' which Makeba learned on a trip to Addis to perform for Haile Selassie at the Organisation Of African Unity. [info sheet from distr.]
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30.08.2019

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