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Kwela (Listen To The Man) - Harry Belafonte - An Evening With Harry Belafonte & Friends (CD, Album)

02.09.2019
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  1. Harry Belafonte "Kwela (Listen To The Man)": You better listen to the man (Kwela, kwela) Everybody jump in the van I said, you better, you better live album: "An Evening With Harry Belafonte And Friends" () We Are The Wave. Turn The .
  2. Lyrics to Kwela (Listen to the Man) by Harry Belafonte from the An Evening with Harry Belafonte & Friends album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Das CD-Album "An Evening With Harry Belafonte And Friends" von Harry Belafonte () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  4. Kwela (Listen To The Man) Lyrics: Here comes the doo doo, flying up the street / Running like the fire burning on his feet / Casting his eye left to the right / Looking for a place he can duck out.
  5. We Are the Wave, Turn the World Around, Island in the Sun, Skin to Skin, Kwela (Listen to the Man), Eyala, Matilda, Dangerous Times, Try to Remember, Paradise in Gazankulu, Eyando, Jamaica Farewell, Day-O (The Banana Boat Song).
  6. An Evening with Harry Belafonte and Friends is a live album by Harry Belafonte, released in The album is the soundtrack of a concert, televised by PBS in March It was also released as a /5(3).
  7. This is a great album - Harry Belafonte at his best! This CD is the sound track from the DVD of the same title. We listen to the CD whenever we don't want to watch the DVD. Originally produced for PBS, the DVD is a real treat, a concert recorded live: colorful, excellent sound and a great group of musicians/5(11).
  8. An Evening With Harry Belafonte & Friends is an album to accompany the live performance of the same shown on PBS television stations in It is a remarkable album, especially considering Belafonte 's longevity. The album contains multiple songs dealing with oppression and freedom, as it is one of Belafonte 's major endeavors.9/

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