Top Hugh Masekela Albums
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The Times We've Shared - 1939 - 2018
The Times We've Shared - 1939 - 2018
[2018]
'66 - '76
'66 - '76
[2018]
Live in Concert
Live in Concert
[2018]
Hugh Masekela (Live)
Hugh Masekela (Live)
[2018]
At His Best
At His Best
[2017]
No Borders
No Borders
[2016]
Greatest Moments Of
Greatest Moments Of
[2015]
Grand Masters
Grand Masters
[2015]
Greatest Trumpet Jazz Hits
Greatest Trumpet Jazz Hits
[2015]
Next Album
Next Album
[2013]
Playing @ Work
Playing @ Work
[2012]
Johannasburg
Johannasburg
[2012]
Jabulani
Jabulani
[2012]
Songs of Migration
Songs of Migration
[2011]
Early Hugh Masekela
Early Hugh Masekela
[2011]
Phola
Phola
[2008]
Live at the Market Theatre
Live at the Market Theatre
[2007]
Presents the Chissa Years 1965-1975 (Rare and Unreleased)
Presents the Chissa Years 1965-1975 (Rare and Unreleased)
[2006]
The Chisa Years 1965-1975 (Rare and Unreleased)
The Chisa Years 1965-1975 (Rare and Unreleased)
[2006]
The Chisa Years
The Chisa Years
[2006]
Hugh Masekela Presents the CHISA Years: 1965-1975 (Rare & Unreleased)
Hugh Masekela Presents the CHISA Years: 1965-1975 (Rare & Unreleased)
[2005]
Sixty
Sixty
[2005]
Almost Like Being In Jazz
Almost Like Being In Jazz
[2005]
Still Grazing
Still Grazing
[2004]
Grrr
Grrr
[2003]
Time
Time
[2002]
The Boy's Doin' It
The Boy's Doin' It
[1998]
Black to the Future
Black to the Future
[1997]
The Lasting Impressions of Ooga Booga
The Lasting Impressions of Ooga Booga
[1996]
Reconstruction
Reconstruction
[1994]
Hope
Hope
[1994]
Beatin' Aroun de Bush
Beatin' Aroun de Bush
[1992]
I Am Not Afraid
I Am Not Afraid
[1974]
Home Is Where the Music Is
Home Is Where the Music Is
[1972]
The Promise of a Future
The Promise of a Future
[1968]
Related Information for Hugh Masekela
Hugh Masekela (born Johannesburg, April 4, 1939) is a South African flugelhorn and cornet player. In 1961, as part of the anti-apartheid campaign, he was exiled to the United States where he was befriended by Harry Belafonte. He has played primarily in jazz ensembles, with guest appearances on albums by The Byrds and Paul Simon. In 1987, he had a hit single with "Bring Him Back Home" which became an anthem for the movement to free Nelson Mandela. After apartheid ended, Masekela returned to South Africa where he now lives.Hugh Masekela was an old collaborator of Abdullah Ibrahim. He is reported to have been initially inspired in his musical growth by Trevor Huddleston, a British priest working in the South African tow... read more