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A lovely mix, curated as a musical tribute to Nelson Mandela. Nice one Giles.

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1 - Simphiwe Dana - Zundiqondisise
2 - Dollar Brand - Ishmael
3 - Sathima Bea Benjamine - Music
4 - Hugh Masakela - What Is Wrong With Groovin
5 - Harmonius Serenade Choir - Lyo
6 - Gil Scott Heron - Johannesburg
7 - Letta Mbullu - Mahlalela
8 - Protest Meeting - Amandla
9 - Hugh Masakela - Stimela
10 - Miles Davis - Big Time
11 - Miriam Makeba - Soweto Blues
12 - Maze featuring Frankie Beverley - Mandela
13 - Abdullah Ibrahim - Did You Hear That Sound?
14 - Vusi Mahlasela - Kuzobenani Na?
15 - John Wizards - Jabu Ley

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Upping the noir ante and beautifully crafted as well

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SoundCloudsteve-torley


Reminds me of early mornings on the westway

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blech:

Berlin at night from space, with the old west and east still visible:

“Berlin was divided into two parts for over 40 years,” explains Christa Mientus-Schirmer of Berlin’s city government. “And although we’ve made a lot of progress in the 20 years since the wall fell, we haven’t had the money we would have liked to equalise the two parts of the city.”
Daniela Augenstine, of the city’s street furniture department, says: “In the eastern part there are sodium-vapour lamps with a yellower colour. And in the western parts there are fluorescent lamps – mercury arc lamps and gas lamps – which all produce a whiter colour.” The western Federal Republic of Germany long favoured non-sodium lamps on the grounds of cost, maintenance and carbon emissions, she says.

Guardian quote via chriswoebken.

blech:

Berlin at night from space, with the old west and east still visible:

“Berlin was divided into two parts for over 40 years,” explains Christa Mientus-Schirmer of Berlin’s city government. “And although we’ve made a lot of progress in the 20 years since the wall fell, we haven’t had the money we would have liked to equalise the two parts of the city.”

Daniela Augenstine, of the city’s street furniture department, says: “In the eastern part there are sodium-vapour lamps with a yellower colour. And in the western parts there are fluorescent lamps – mercury arc lamps and gas lamps – which all produce a whiter colour.” The western Federal Republic of Germany long favoured non-sodium lamps on the grounds of cost, maintenance and carbon emissions, she says.

Guardian quote via chriswoebken.

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