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Hugh Masekela: Wedding Songs That Don't Sound Blue

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The Saxophone Colossus (that's Sonny Rollins at left) played on The Rolling Stones' "Waiting on a Friend." Photo Illustration: Lars Gotrich/Photos: Rick Diamond/Getty Images, Miguel Palacios/Cover. hide caption

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The African Jazz Pioneers kick it, South Africa style. Photo Illustration: Lars Gotrich; photos: Intuition Records, iStock. hide caption

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A South African Great, Playing 'To Get Well'

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo in Concert on JazzSet

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Hugh Masekela in-studio on World Cafe - 07/01/2005

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