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Mandela Long Walk To Freedom (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Soundtrack

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  • Audio CD (9 Dec. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Decca (UMO)
  • ASIN: B00G0RTIBE
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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CD MANDELA LONG WALK TO

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I recently saw "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" in the theatre and made a mental note to check out the soundtrack, as the music plays prominently throughout the film. As it turns out, there are TWO soundtracks from the film: there is the orchestral score by Alex Heffes, and then there is this one, containing the songs that are featured in the film.

"Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (17 tracks; 51 min.) can roughly be divided up into two groups of songs: the South African songs, and then the Western songs. They are mixed up on the soundtrack, almost too perfectly (one Western, then an African, then another Western, etc.). The soundtrack kicks off with a delicious "Mzala" by the Havana Swingers (I'm guessing from the 1940s). A bit later on we get two more jazzy tunes from legendary South African band The Manhattan Brothers, "Be My Guest", and even better "Jikela Emaweni" (also from the '40s). Intermixed with them are three great traditional South African songs, sung a cappella and, as the CD liner notes tell us, recorded "live on location, South Africa, 2012" by the Mandela OST Cast. Check out the great "Kaphume Aphendlini", with the delightful "call and respond" structure. Midway into the soundtrack comes Art Blakey's "Amuck", a 7 min. jazz drum/percussion solo from the late 50s that will blow your mind. Bob Markey's "War" cover comes next and simply feels... ordinary after "Amuck". Deep into the soundtrack, we are treated to The Special A.K.A.'s "Nelson Mandela", a hit in the UK in the early 80s (the Special AKA is a "nom de plume" for The Specials, that delicious ska-reggae band from the 80s).
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