9 thoughts on “ Namirembe - Garth Hewitt - Journeys With Garth Hewitt: Africa (CD, Album)

  1. This album brings together songs by Garth about South Africa, Uganda, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Kenya. It includes songs such as “Dawn Down in Durban” which was written at Umhlanga Rocks in Durban and features backing vocals from Sir Cliff Richard and “Umthombo Tree” about the Umthombo Street Child project in Durban.
  2. This album covers Hewitt's relationship with Africa illustrated through classic songs - "Full Moon Over Mozambique", "Namirembe", "Litany For Africa", "Freedom Tree", "Rainbow Over Kampala", 14 in all. One new song "Isaiah 58" about the children's village where Garth's son works brings us up to date.
  3. Singer, songwriter and author Garth Hewitt has been writing and recording songs for 40+ years, and has released nearly 40 albums. During his tours has visited areas of poverty, conflict, deprivation, and disaster, prioritizing friendships with local people and bringing them encouragement, but always returning to Europe and the US with personal stories bringing to life media headlines, keeping.
  4. Discography of the more than 40 albums Garth has released – click on an item for more information or to purchase or download (where available) Garth Hewitt - Live in Sheffield: DVD: GHF Publications: more info 5. Peace at Christmas: CD: Journeys – Africa – Wings of Love over Africa: Amos: more info Stealing.
  5. Albums. Showing 1–16 of 56 results My Name Is Palestine £ Add to cart; My Name Is Palestine £ Against the Grain – double CD £ Add to cart; Garth Hewitt – Live in Sheffield Journeys – Africa – Wings of Love over Africa Read more;.
  6. This is the third of Garth’s albums in the series ‘Journeys’. The first featured the Holy Land, the second – Africa, this one is about Asia and the final album will be on Latin America. On this album, Garth includes songs about India, Sri Landa, Bangladesh, the Philippines and China. Themes such as freedom, dignity and the value of human beings made in God’s image, constantly reoccur in the songs.
  7. In Hewitt won wide acclaim in the developing world upon the release of his Indian and African influenced album, Road to Freedom. It featured the track "Namirembe" about a hill in Kampala, Uganda.
  8. Journeys With Garth Hewitt: Africa - Wings Of Love Over Africa; Bethlehem Hidden From View (DVD) Stealing Jesus Back; The Road Home: A Journey in Art and Music; The Road Home: A Journey in Art and Music (Book) The Dalit Drum; Journeys Collection; Gospel Singer; Journeys With Garth Hewitt: Latin America.
  9. Garth Hewitt is a remarkable man who embodies not only “the personal is political” but also “the spiritual is political”. The book brings together his journey in music, writing, travelling, theological reflection, being ordained, and his decades long partnership with the amazing Gill, .

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