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  • Sing To The People CD
    Item #: VUCD07
    Album Description:
    Recorded LIVE at the Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa March 25, 2012 — in celebration of twenty years since Vusi's first album release, When You Come Back. The album features performances of songs spanning the first twenty years of his career and includes the visceral sounds of an audience responding to every familiar note.

    Track List:

    Tonkana
    Amdokwe
    Our Sand
    River Jordan
    Say Africa
    Ubuhle Bomhlaba
    Silang Mabele
    Kolozwana
    Loneliness
    When You Come Back
    Nakupenda Africa
    Tswang Tswang Tswang
    • $15.00
  • Vusi Mahlasela CD Bundle
    Item #: VU08COMBO
    Includes 4 CDs: Sing to the People, Say Africa, Guiding Star, and The Voice
    • $40.00
  • Vusi Mahlasela – SAY AFRICA CD
    Item #: VUCD06
    1. Say Africa
    2. Woza
    3. Ro Yo Tshela Kae
    4. Conjecture of The Hour
    5. Umalume
    6. Mokalanyane
    7. In Anyway (featuring Taj Mahal)
    8. Ode to Lesego
    9. Vezubuhle
    10. Nakupenda Africa (featuring Angelique Kidjo)
    11. Korodi
    12. Ba Kae?
    13. Naka Mokhura
    14. Ntate Mandela

    PRODUCED BY TAJ MAHAL.
    • $15.00
  • Guiding Star - CD
    Item #: VUCD04
    Vusi Mahlasela’s highly-anticipated new album features guest performances from Dave Matthews, Jem, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Derek Trucks and many more.

    GQ S. Africa calls it a “celebratory road map of just where to kick start the revolution.”

    Track Listing:
    1. Jabula
    2. Heaven in my heart
    3. Moleko
    4. Chamber of Justice
    5. Tibidi Waka
    6. Everytime
    7. Sower of Words
    8. Ntombi Mbali
    9. River Jordan
    10. Song for Thandi
    11. Mighty River
    12. Thula Mama
    13. Our Sand
    14. Tonti
    15. Susana
    Bonus: Pata Pata

    A portion of the sales of Guiding Star will benefit 46664 and the VMMDF (Vusi Mahlasela Music Development Foundation). Please click here you would like to make an additional donation.

    To Listen: Music from Guiding Star is available for streaming: Listen to the New Album
    • $15.00
  • Vusi Mahlasela - The Voice CD
    Item #: VUCD02
    Vusi Mahlasela, known in South Africa as 'The Voice,' makes his North American debut with The Voice, a definitive collection handpicked by Vusi which spans his recordings over the last eleven years.

    "Vusi Mahlasela sings as a bird does: in total response to being alive. He is a national treasure."
    - Nadine Gordimer, 1991 Nobel Prize winner

    "He was a voice during the revolution, a voice of hope, like a Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan of South Africa, and he still is."
    - Dave Matthews

    "With a soundtrack by Vusi Mahlasela, the way forward is clear--and a bit easier thanks to the uplifting force of his timeless creations."
    - Roger Steffens
    • $15.00
  • Tsotsi Soundtrack
    Item #: VUCD03
    Music from and inspired by the motion picture. Featuring hit songs from South African hip-hop legend, Zola and others.

    Track Listing:
    1. MDLWEMBE
    2. BHAMBATHA
    3. ZINGU 7
    4. MATOFOTOFO
    5. SGUBHU SAM
    6. MUNT’OMNYAMA
    7. PALESA
    8. SEVEN
    9. EHLALA
    10. C.R.A.Z.Y.
    11. IT’S YOUR LIFE
    12. WOOF WOOF
    13. STOLEN LEGS
    14. ON THE TRACKS
    15. SILANG MABELE
    16. BYE BYE BABY
    17. BABY HANDOVER
    18. E SALE NOKA
    19. GHETTO SCANDALOUS
    • $15.00
  • Amandla! The Soundtrack CD
    Item #: VUCD01
    ATO Records is honored to release the soundtrack to Amandla!, which includes pre-recorded masterpieces from legendary South African musicians such as Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba, new voices from South Africa (including Vusi Mahlasela), as well as amazing never-before-heard field recordings and performances recorded exclusively for the movie. “This documentary is a marvel, an extraordinary achievement. While it is the story of South Africa, the message is universal. Not one person should miss this film. Not one,” says Dave Matthews.

    Amandla!, which means "power" in Xhosa, is a movie made over a ten year period that reveals the critical role music played in the South African struggle against apartheid from 1948 to the 1994 election of Nelson Mandela. Amandla! shows how music was not only a unifying force through the struggle, but also a means to inspire continued resistance.

    Amandla! won both the Documentary Audience Award and the Freedom of Expression Award at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. The movie premiers in U.S. theaters in January 2003. Roger Ebert proclaimed, “The music will no doubt inspire a CD to rival ‘Buena Vista Social Club.’” He couldn’t have been more right.

    One dollar from every record sold will be donated to the Vusi Mahlasela Foundation, a music resource center for youth in Pretoria, South Africa.
    • $15.00