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Miriam Makeba discography

This is a discography of South African musician Miriam Makeba.

Contents

Studio albumsEdit

Live albumsEdit

CompilationsEdit

  • The Best of Miriam Makeba (LP) Canada: RCA Victor LSP-3982, 1968
  • Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba (as Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba) (2xLP) Camden PJL2-8042, 1975
  • Miriam Makeba (LP) Italy: Record Bazaar RB 254, 1980
  • The Queen of African Music (CD) Verlag Pläne 831 655–938, 1987
  • Africa (CD) Germany: Novus 3155-2-N/ND 83155, 1991
  • Miriam Makeba and The Skylarks: Volume 1 (as Miriam Makeba and The Skylarks; Remastered from 78/45 RPM recorded between 1956 and 1959) (CD) TELCD 2303, 1991
  • Folk Songs from Africa (CD) SAAR CD 12514, 1994
  • En public à Paris et Conakry (CD), 1996
  • Hits and Highlights (CD), 1997
  • Miriam Makeba and The Skylarks: Volume 2 (as Miriam Makeba and The Skylarks; Remastered from 78/45 RPM recorded between 1956 and 1959) (CD) TELCD 2315, 1997
  • The Best of Miriam Makeba (CD) BMG, 2000
  • Legend (CD) Next Music CDSL21, 2001
  • Mama Africa: The Very Best of Miriam Makeba (CD), 2001
  • The Guinea Years (CD/LP) STCD3017/SLP48, 2001
  • Mother Africa: The Black Anthology (CD), 2002
  • The Best of Miriam Makeba: The Early Years (CD) Wrasse WRASS 088, 2002
  • The Definitive Collection (CD) UK: Wrasse WRASS 062, 2002
  • Her Essential Recordings (2xCD) Manteca MANTDBL502, 2006
  • Mama Afrika 1932–2008 (CD) Gallo, 2009

Extended playsEdit

  • Makeba – Belafonte (as Miriam Makeba and Harry Belafonte) (Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM) Germany: RCA Victor EPA 9035, 1961
  • The Click Song (Vinyl, 7", EP) France: London RE 10.145, 1963
  • Chants d'Afrique (Vinyl, 7") France: RCA Victor 86.374, 1964

SinglesEdit

  • "Duze" (1956) (10-inch shellac 78 rpm mono Gallotone GB.2062)
  • "Pass Office Special" (1957) (10-inch shellac 78 rpm mono Gallotone GB.2134)
  • "The Click Song" / "Mbube" (1963) (7-inch vinyl London HL 9747)
  • "Malaika" / "Malcolm X" (1965) (7-inch vinyl Kenya: Sonafric SYL 565)
  • "Pata Pata" (1967) (7-inch vinyl Reprise 0606) #12 (US)[1]
  • "Malayisha" (1967) (7-inch vinyl Reprise)
  • "What is Love" (1968)[2]
  • "Emavungwini" (1968) (7-inch vinyl France, Spain: Reprise)
  • "I Shall Be Released" / "Iphi Ndilela (Show Me the Way)" (1969) (7-inch vinyl Germany: Reprise RA 0804)
  • "Pata Pata" / "Click Song Number 1" (1972) (7-inch vinyl Germany, Netherlands: Reprise REP 14 217)
  • "We Got to Make It" / "Promise" (1975) 7-inch vinyl with Instrumentalgruppe German Democratic Republic: AMIGA 4 56 044, 1974, and France: Disques Espérance
  • "Pata Pata" / "Malayisha" (1976) (7-inch vinyl Italy: Reprise 14 267, released in France in 1978)
  • "Hauteng" / "Talking and Dialoging" (1978) (7-inch vinyl France: Disques Espérance ESP 155027)
  • "Comme une symphonie d'amour" (1979) (7-inch vinyl France: Disques Espérance ESP 65.009)
  • "Give Me a Reason" / "Africa" (1989) (7-inch vinyl Italy: Philips 875 308-7)
  • "Pata Pata 2000" (2000) (CD Putumayo PUTU 919-S)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Miriam Makeba Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 November 2010.
  2. ^ Billboard - Mar 16, 1968 - Page 78 Capitol 2132 * MIRIAM MAKEBA-WHAT IS LOVE (Writer: Ragovoy) (Ragmar, BMI)— Composer Jerry Ragovoy comes up wifh a meaningful ballad for today's world problems which is given an exceptional reading by Miss Makeba. Flip: "Ha Po Zamani"..