passed away just a few weeks ago at the age of 78, leaving a powerful legacy of music and activism. This month's mix showcases ten key moments in his musical life, handpicked from his 40 albums. Those moments range from playing inat just 20 years old, to afrobeat with, to what was to be his final album, No Borders.Beginning the mix with perhaps the toughest period of his career, the early 70's found Masekela exiled from South Africa and struggling with alcohol and cocaine addiction.
(If this program is unavailable in your clouds from Mixcloud, please scroll down and listen via Soundcloud. )passed away just a few weeks ago at the age of 78, leaving a powerful legacy of music and activism. This month's mix showcases ten key moments in his musical life, handpicked from his 40 albums.
It's that time of year: several of Savannah's big annual festivals return this weekend. Marianne Ganem Poppell of Savannah Master Calendar and Marcia Banes of Old Savannah Tours have some tips for the festivals and more. -Experience the magic firsthand at Magic Mike XXL, the authorized tribute show to the popular Channing Tatum movies, performed at the Stage on Bay. Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; $25-65.
@mwgerard ...and in general he's just very hands off in a way that's pretty awful when you think about it. I get that you hastily married a woman you don't love and it sucks in this time period to have nothing but daughters but get over it, dude
@mwgerard He's never particularly nice to any of his kids, he doesn't seem to care much about his daughters' behavior/reputations and by extension marriage prospects (if he did he would make, like, ANY effort to keep Lydia in check ever)...
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Selecting a term
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