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Artists United Against Apartheid - Let Me See Your I.D. (Vinyl)


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8 thoughts on “ Artists United Against Apartheid - Let Me See Your I.D. (Vinyl)

  1. Goltigore
    Aug 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) on Discogs. Label: Manhattan Records - V • Format: Vinyl 12 Artists United Against Apartheid - Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(13).
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  2. Shamuro
    Let Me See Your I.D. Lyrics: South Africa / Everybody uses black and white / To try to draw the line between wrong and right / But if you use your eyes to really see / You know we don't see.
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  3. Tagor
    – Artists United Against Apartheid: Sun City: A2 – Peter Gabriel & Shankar: No More Apartheid: A3 – Keith LeBlanc: Revolutionary Situation: B1 – Artists United Against Apartheid: Sun City (Version II) B2 – Gil Scott-Heron, Melle Mel & Duke Bootee: Let Me See Your I.D. B3 – Miles Davis, Ron Carter 3/5(1).
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  4. Vudorr
    Jan 02,  · Let Me See Your I.D., a Single by Artists United Against Apartheid. Released in on Manhattan (catalog no. V; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Spoken Word, Hardcore Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Ray Barretto (featured, aka_text conga role_id aka_text), Big Youth (featured), Kurtis Blow (featured), Duke Bootee (featured), Jimmy Cliff (featured), Miles Davis (featured, trumpet), Fat /5(7).
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  5. Gujinn
    "Sun City (Version II)" – Artists United Against Apartheid – "Let Me See Your I.D." – Rap and Jazz Artists from Artists United Against Apartheid, featuring Gil Scott-Heron, Miles Davis, Grandmaster Melle Mel, Peter Wolf, Sonny Okosuns, Malopoets, .
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  6. Daijind
    Artists United Against Apartheid was a protest group founded by activist and performer Steven Van Zandt and record producer Arthur Baker to protest against apartheid in South closchuckberecbomo.rtherericdipolimsipugdagevota.co group produced the song "Sun City" and the album Sun City that year, which is considered a notable anti-apartheid .
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  7. Vudojind
    Apartheid was notorious for the white-minority government, which was established in A myriad of talented artists including Little Steven, Ruben Blades, Bruce Springstein, Ringo Starr, Pete Townshend and many others poke their finger in the Apartheid eye with this in your face, militant anti-war and pro-humanitarian rights cry.5/5(2).
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  8. Makinos
    Dec 30,  · Peter Garrett) – Let Me See Your I.D. () B3. Jazz Artists From Artists United Against Apartheid (feat. Miles Davis, Stanley Jordan, Herbie Hancock, Sonny Okosuns, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Richard Scher) – The Struggle Continues () B4. Bono with Keith Richards and Ron Wood – Silver and Gold () Vinyl: Goed Cover: Goed.
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