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  1. The Specials are back with ten songs on a brand new album. Influential, important and exhilarating live, they are a band embedded in this country's DNA. It i.
  2. Nelson Mandela is known for several things, but perhaps he is best known for successfully leading the resistance to South Africa’s policy of apartheid in the 20th century, during which he was infamously incarcerated at Robben Island Prison (–82). He won the Nobel Prize for Peace in , along with South Africa’s president at the time, F.W. de Klerk, for having led the transition.
  3. SONG: (Free) Nelson Mandela ARTIST: The Special A.K.A. ALBUM: In The Studio YEAR: , CHART POSITION: 9 (), (3 () N/Ñ Free Nelson Mandela Free free Free free free Nelson Mand.
  4. Nelson Mandela. By Kayla Webley Friday, Feb. 04, Trevor Samson / AFP / Getty Images. Over his 27 years in jail, Nelson Mandela became the symbol of an entire people's struggle against injustice. And as his time behind bars grew so did the anti-apartheid movement he helped spur on. Mandela began his journey in when he joined the.
  5. Dec 06,  · Nelson Mandela. But for journalists lucky enough to track his remarkable career from the day he walked out of prison in , through the years of transition to the first all-race elections and.
  6. "Nelson Mandela" is a song written by British musician Jerry Dammers, and performed by band The Special A.K.A. – with lead vocal by Stan Campbell – released on the single "Nelson Mandela"/"Break Down The Door" in It was a protest against the imprisonment of Nelson Mandela by the apartheid South African government, and is considered a notable anti apartheid song. The backing vocals were .
  7. British ska group, better known as The Specials. After a partial break-up in , the band re-grouped with substantially different lineup as "The Special AKA" from - The band also used the the name "The Special A.K.A." on and off throughout their early career - those releases should be entered under The Specials and ANV'd as.
  8. And when that happens, I would be most surprised if any of them neglected to play the Special AKA song “Nelson Mandela” (or “Free Nelson Mandela,” if you bought the single) at some point. Even in countries where this single wasn’t a hit — No. 6 in the U.K. charts — the effervescent joy of this most demanding of protest songs.
  9. Nelson Mandela Lyrics: Free Nelson Mandela / Free, free, free, free, free / Nelson Mandela / Free Nelson Mandela / Twenty-one years in captivity / Shoes too small to fit his feet / His body abused but.

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