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No More Apartheid - Artists United Against Apartheid - Sun City (CD, Album)

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  1. Sun City was a album that contained several versions of the Steven Van Zandt-led Artists United Against Apartheid's "Sun City" protest song against apartheid in South Africa as well as other selections in the same vein from that planbagerolnorevinnolisuvelrext.coer: Steven Van Zandt, Arthur Baker.
  2. Mar 13,  · – Artists United Against Apartheid: Sun City: A2 – Peter Gabriel & Shankar: No More Apartheid: A3 – Keith LeBlanc: Revolutionary Situation: B1 – Artists United Against Apartheid: Sun City (Version II) B2 – Gil Scott-Heron, Melle Mel & Duke Bootee: Let Me See Your I.D. B3 – Miles Davis, Ron Carter 3/5(1).
  3. Dec 07,  · “Sun City” was written as a protest song against apartheid in South Africa. Being inspired by “We Are the World”, the song featured over 50 of the most popular artists at the time.
  4. Das CD-Album "Sun City" von Artists United Against Apartheid () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  5. Sun City was a resort in South Africa that catered to wealthy white tourists. Many famous entertainers performed there despite the racist apartheid policy. Artists United Against Apartheid was organized by "Little Steven" Van Zandt, who discovered Sun City when he traveled to Africa after leaving Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band in
  6. No More Apartheid Co-producer – Chris Lord-Alge, Robbie Kilgore, Tom Lord-Alge: Artists United Against Apartheid: Sun City ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Manhattan Records: France: RE , S Related to Artists United Against Apartheid - Sun City.
  7. Sun City – Artists Against Apartheid () No More Apartheid – Peter Gabriel and Shankar () Revolutionary Situation – Rap Artists from Artists Against Apartheid () Sun City (Version II) – Artists Against Apartheid () Let Me See Your ID – Rap and Jazz Artists from Artists Against Apartheid () The Struggle Continues.

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