Zimbabwean legend Oliver Mtukudzi electrifies fans at the 2002 Cape Town International Jazz Festival with a live performance featuring his famous blend of witty political lyrics, African chimurenga and mbaqanga rhythms, and Western pop. Backed by his band, the Black Spirits, Mtukudzi delivers crowd-pleasing versions of some of his biggest hits, including "Shanda," "Maivaramba," "Hear Me Lord" and "Ndakuneta."
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Have you watched Oliver Mtukudzi: Live at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2002 yet? What did you think about it?