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Richard Jon Smith


Dancin' In Africa



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Richard Jon Smith - Dancin' In Africa album download


A Dancin' In Africa (African Extasy Mix)
B (My Home Town) Meadowlands (Indian Summer Mix)

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
871 587-1 Richard Jon Smith Dancin' In Africa ‎(12", Maxi) Jupiter Records 871 587-1 Europe 1989
CYZ 7-129 Richard Jon Smith Dancin' In Africa ‎(7", Single) Charly Records CYZ 7-129 UK 1988
871 586-7 Richard Jon Smith Dancin' In Africa ‎(7", Single) Jupiter Records 871 586-7 Europe 1989

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Richard Jon Smith - Michael Row the Boat Ashore 03:27. Richard Jon Smith - Meadowlands (My Home Town) 03:32. Richard Jon Smith - Dancin' in Africa 04:38. Richard Jon Smith - Paradise Road 04:12. Richard Jon Smith - Johanne 04:23. Richard Jon Smith - Mother Africa 04:32. Richard Jon Smith - She's so Fine 03:44. Richard Jon Smith - Since You've Been Gone 04:20. Richard Jon Smith - Shout It Out 03:48.

Africa/Brass is the eighth studio album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1961 on Impulse! Records, catalogue A-6. The sixth release for the fledgling label and Coltrane's first for Impulse!, it features Coltrane's working quartet augmented by a larger ensemble to bring the total number of participating musicians to 21. Its big band sound, with the unusual instrumentation of French horns and euphonium, presented music very different from anything that had been associated with Coltrane to date.

During their medal ceremony in the Olympic Stadium in Mexico City on October 16, 1968, African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos each raised a black-gloved fist during the playing of the US national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner". While on the podium, Smith and Carlos, who had won gold and bronze medals respectively in the 200-meter running event of the 1968 Summer Olympics, turned to face the US flag and then kept their hands raised until the anthem had finished.

LyricsDancin' in Africa. Download now. English.

Smith influenced a constellation of jazz organists, including Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, Don Patterson, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Joey DeFrancesco, Tony Monaco and Larry Goldings, as well as rock keyboardists such as Jon Lord, Brian Auger and Keith Emerson. Later, he influenced bands such as Medeski, Martin & Wood and the Beastie Boys, who sampled the bassline from "Root Down (and Get It)" from Root Down-and saluted Smith in the lyrics-for their own hit "Root Down". Often called the father of acid jazz, Smith lived to see that movement come to reflect.

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