Letta Mbulu

Sings (Produced by David Axelrod) (HE67001)

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Sings (Produced by David Axelrod)

Letta Mbulu

Endless Happiness


LPS 164543




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LP 16,51 €

Reissue for 1967 debut album of the iconic South African jazz singer Letta Mbulu. Letta Started touring very early in her teens, before moving to the United States in 1965 due to Apartheid. She is also known for the the Swahili chant in Michael Jackson's single, "Liberian Girl". Producer Quincy Jones said about her: "Mbulu is the roots lady, projecting a sophistication and warmth which stirs hope for attaining pure love, beauty, and unity in the world."


  • SIDE A
  • A1. Aredze
  • A2. Pula Yetla
  • A3. Zola (Mra)
  • A4. Thokoza
  • A5. My Son
  • SIDE B
  • B1. Wacha
  • B2. Magwalandini
  • B3. Qhinebe
  • B4. SexwaxwaV
  • B5. Where Does It Lead