There were also some superb white jazz musicians, such as Stan Jones from London, Englanda world-class pianist, Johnny Fourie, a guitarist as good as McLaughlin, and Tony Moore, a very lively hard-bop drummer. Send it to a friend! Abdullah Ibrahim Pianist Brand, who changed his name to Abdullah Ibrahim in the s, is probably South Africa's most famous jazz name in international circles. I agree with Ubu. Posted 25 Sep
Kippie 'Morolong' Moeketsi () was a South African jazz saxophonist. He was a member of the Jazz Epistles, along with his students Abdullah Ibrahim. Jeremiah "Kippie" Morolong Moeketsi (27 July – 27 April ) was a South African jazz musician, notable as an alto saxophonist.
He is sometimes. Find Kippie Moeketsi discography, albums and singles on AllMusic.
Even as a white South African, who left there inI still carry this music with me Ekapa Often introduced as "Bra Joe from Kilimanjaro " Abdullah Ibrahim wrote a composition of that title to feature him Moeketsi joined the cast of Todd Matshikiza 's musical King Kongwhich would take him to London in Posted 22 Sep The rest, as they say is history, and I often wondered as I followed the development of his career how long he kept that instrument.
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For the next five years they produced a string of ground breaking records, which included international favourites such as "The Marketplace", "Ashiko". Please check www. Huddleston was deported by the racist government of the time for his emancipation militancy and when Hugh kept on badgering him to help him leave the oppressive country for music education opportunities abroad, the priest worked very hard to get him to England.
Hugh went to England a year later on a scholarship to the Guildhall School of Music. There was a surprisingly good jazz scene in Jo'burg back in those days, and my policy was, of course, to play with anyone, no matter what their color.
I left for England a few weeks later, and one of my great surprises as I struggled financially in London was to receive an unexpected check for my six months of commission earned at Bothners, including that for Hugh's trumpet
in with the great altoist Kippie Moeketsi symbolised Sikiza Matshikiza, also recorded with Moeketsi, was a quality album But their contract was terminated when the lead singer, Vicky (Busi).
After playing in other dance bands led by the great Zakes Nkosi, Ntemi Piliso, Elijah Nkwanyana and Kippie Moeketsi among others, he joined the star After a tour and two duet albums with Herp Albert, Hugh and Miriam played a Christmas.
That must have been such an amazing experience!
I will have to look for them, too. Dollar Brand, as he was actually known to the players there, was already long gone, though I did play with his former bassist and drummer.
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Posted 24 Sep Those CDs were annotated pretty crappy.
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|Dollar Brand, as he was actually known to the players there, was already long gone, though I did play with his former bassist and drummer.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Archived from the original on December 20, I wonder if this is something similar to the "African Horns" CD of which the discographical info can be found in one of my previous posts.
Often introduced as "Bra Joe from Kilimanjaro " Abdullah Ibrahim wrote a composition of that title to feature him Moeketsi joined the cast of Todd Matshikiza 's musical King Kongwhich would take him to London in
starring Miriam Makeba and the Manhattan Brothers with Kippie Moeketsi and Hugh Masekela among others.
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Across six decades and dozens of albums, Masekela was able to reinvent and Kippie Moeketsi to record one of South Africa's first original jazzwhere he met his future wife Miriam Makeba as she sang the lead role. local African Methodist Episcopalian church, and his mother, who led the choir. in (with saxophonist Kippie Moeketsi, trumpeter Hugh Masekela, Ntshoko), recorded the first jazz album by South African musicians.
After touring in "Graceland" with Paul Simon, Black Mambazo and Miriam Makeba, Masekela returned home following the unbanning of political parties and the release of Nelson Mandela in DrJ: If you have all of the above, you are missing one called "Blues For A Hip King" - I just today received shipping confirmation for that one from amazon.
Wonderful music! Later I may tell you the story of how I sold Hugh Masekela his first professional trumpet.
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I love it, and for me it is still a very moving experience to listen to this music that is an essential part of who I am. I was lucky enough to hear him just once, in a private after hours session in Johannesburg inand he was.