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Not long after Band Aid and We Are The World focused musical attention on poverty and famine, a collection of artists took a similar approach in th. .
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Sun City was a 1985 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 project. In addition to the title track, other songs were recorded at the time completed an album's worth of material.
Sun City" is a 1985 protest song written by Steven Van Zandt, produced by Van Zandt and Arthur Baker and recorded by Artists United Against Apartheid to convey opposition to the South African policy of apartheid.
different version than the U2's 1986 b side release. With French written sheet about the Apartheid situation In South Africa. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): 2404671 A. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): 2404671 B. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, stamped, etched): M9 351421 2 240467 1 A 21 JCP. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout, stamped, etched): M9 351422 2 240467 1 B 21 JCP.
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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 1985. Van Zandt considered naming artists who played the Sun City resort in the song, but decided not to. He asked them to participate in the project instead. Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Run-D. Lou Reed, Bonnie Raitt, Bono, Melle Mel, Keith Richards, Jackson Browne, and George Clinton are some of the 54 artists who contributed to the song.
Artists United Against Apartheid was a 1985 protest group founded by activist and performer Steven Van Zandt and record producer Arthur Baker to protest apartheid in South Africa. The group produced the song "Sun City" and the album Sun City that year.
Sun City – Artists Against Apartheid (7:13). No More Apartheid – Peter Gabriel and Shankar (7:10). Revolutionary Situation – Rap Artists from Artists Against Apartheid (6:09). Sun City (Version II) – Artists Against Apartheid (5:45). Let Me See Your ID – Rap and Jazz Artists from Artists Against Apartheid (7:31). The Struggle Continues – Jazz Artists from Artists Against Apartheid (7:05). Rather than performing the song himself, however, he considered using artists from various genres to sing one verse each, hoping to break down musical separatism in the United States as well as apartheid in South Africa. A total of 49 performers joined together on the track. The album featured three different mixes of the title track, as well as a number of tracks recorded quickly by the artists on the project and inspired by the recording of the title track. Bono is present on all three mixes of Sun City.
Ain't gonna play Sun City. Relocation to phony homelands. Separation of families I can't understand. 23 million can't vote because they're black. We're stabbing our brothers and our sisters in the back.
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US promotional vinyl LP, with the same track on both sides. The track clocks at 28:56 and features comments from the perfomers who took part in the Artists United Against Apartheid recording.
Comes in a custom stickered die-cut cardboard sleeve.
Text on the sticker:
ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID
THE VOICES OF "SUN CITY": ARTISTS SPEAK OUT ON APARTHEID
The Sun City Record Project has compiled this special record to accompany "SUN CITY."
We hope radio stations will play these statements, or excerpts from these statements so that your listeners can get a better idea of why so many artists, from every genre of music, are singing out against Apartheid. This record is intended to be used for newscasts, public affairs programs, and as programming aids. When you play the record, why not also play a statement from one of the participating artists?
Not all the artists were able to do interviews with us, but many were. We hope you won't just play statements by your favorites or by certain "name" artists. Just as our record tries to break down some music industry 'apartheid' by cutting across all the traditional boundaries of music, we hope you'll consider letting your audience hear from the range of artists speaking out on this record.
In addition to artist comments, we have included an excerpt from a South African tourist ad, an excerpt from Little Steven's talk to the New Music Seminar on September 29th, and two comments by prominent South Africans on the SUN CITY record and the real Sun city.
We would appreciate your support. You can help out in a major way by advising listeners that they can do something important by sending their own tax exempt donation to the Africa Fund, a charitable trust that will be receiving all artist royalties. The money will benefit political prisoners and their families inside South Africa, educational and cultural needs of South Africans forced into exile, and the educational work of anti-apartheid groups.
You can also contact the Africa Fund for the names of Anti-apartheid groups and representatives in your community. A public service announcement in their behalf would be welcome.
THE AFRICA FUND
198 Broadway - New York, New York 10038 - 962-1210
VOICES OF SUN CITY
Artists speak out on Apartheid and the Sun City Project.
Sun City tourist promo :31
Little Steven on rock and reality :44
Little Steven at the New Music Seminar, September 27, 1985 2:57
Little Steven on distribution of record proceeds :36
Arthur Baker on making of the record :47
Arthur Baker on Sun City record crossing over :18
Arthur Baker on rock and reality :14
Afrika Barnbaataa :47
Ray Barretto :44
Big Youth :21
Ruben Blades :42
Kurtis Blow :22
Bono on how he got involved in project :17
Bono on "Sliver and Gold"
Duke Bootee :44
Jackson Browne :20
Jimmy Cliff :48
George Clinton :38
Miles Davis :09
Fat Boys :25
Daryl Hall :27
Herbie Hancock 1:00
Nona Hendryx :12
Stanley Jordan 1:24
Darlene Love :11
Malopoets of South Africa on relocation policy :40
Grandmaster Melle Mel :45
John Oates :15
Sonny Okosuns :10
Bonnie Raitt :19
Lou Reed :56
Run DMC :40
Gil Scott-Heron 1:34
Bruce Springsteen 1:02
Tina B :22
Tony Williams :40
Peter Wolf :20
Albertina Sisulu, Activist now facing trial, and wife of imprisoned leader Walter Sisulu from South Africa :25
Naomi Tutu, Activist and daughter of Nobel Prize Winner Bishop Desmond Tutu :35
These statements may be used in newscasts, public affairs programs, or for "drop ins" in connection with programming the record "Sun City."
|SPRO-283||Artists United Against Apartheid||Voices Of Sun City (12", Promo)||Capitol Records||SPRO-283||Canada||1985|