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SA Rock Digest Archives (1999-2004)

Back Issue Archive

Issue number Date of issue
SA Rock Digest Issue #245 12 April 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #244 05 April 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #243 29 March 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #242 22 March 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #241 15 March 2004
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SA Rock Digest Issue #240 08 March 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #239 01 March 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #238 23 February 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #237 16 February 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #236 09 February 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #235 02 February 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #234 26 January 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #233 19 January 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #232 12 January 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #231 05 January 2004
SA Rock Digest Issue #230 29 December 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #229 08 December 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #228 01 December 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #227 24 November 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #226 17 November 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #225 10 November 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #224 03 November 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #223 27 October 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #222 20 October 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #221 13 October 2003
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SA Rock Digest Issue #220 06 October 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #219 29 September 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #218 22 September 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #217 15 September 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #216 08 September 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #215 25 August 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #214 18 August 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #213 11 August 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #212 03 August 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #211 28 July 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #210 21 July 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #209 14 July 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #208 07 July 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #207 30 June 2003
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SA Rock Digest Issue #205 16 June 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #204 09 June 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #203 02 June 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #202 18 May 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #201 12 May 2003
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SA Rock Digest Issue #200 05 May 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #199 21 April 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #198 14 April 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #197 07 April 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #196 31 March 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #195 24 March 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #194 17 March 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #193 10 March 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #192 03 March 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #191 24 February 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #190 17 February 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #189 10 February 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #188 03 February 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #187
4th BIRTHDAY EDITION
27 January 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #186 20 January 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #185 13 January 2003
SA Rock Digest 2003 01 January 2003
SA Rock Digest Issue #184
Special Christmas Bumper Edition
16 December 2002
SA Rock Digest Christmas Gig Guide 16 December 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #183 09 December 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #182 02 December 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #181 25 November 2002
Issue number Date of issue
SA Rock Digest Issue #180 18 November 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #179 11 November 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #178 04 November 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #177 28 October 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #176 21 October 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #175 14 October 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #174 07 October 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #173 30 September 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #172 23 September 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #171 16 September 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #170 09 September 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #169 02 September 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #168 26 August 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #167 19 August 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #166
SAMP3.com launch edition
12 August 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #165 04 August 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #164
First Top 20 with all songs available as MP3s
29 July 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #163 22 July 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #162
Rodriguez 60th Birthday edition
08 July 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #161 01 July 2002
Issue number Date of issue
SA Rock Digest Issue #160 24 June 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #159 17 June 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #158 10 June 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #157
1st MP3 chart
03 June 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #156 27 May 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #155 20 May 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #154 13 May 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #153
1st Issue with Free MP3
06 May 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #152 22 April 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #151 15 April 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #150 08 April 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #149 02 April 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #148 24 March 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #147 18 March 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #146 10 March 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #145 03 March 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #144 24 February 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #143 17 February 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #142 10 February 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #141 03 February 2002
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SA Rock Digest Issue #140
3rd BIRTHDAY EDITION
27 January 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #139 21 January 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #138 14 January 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #137 07 January 2002
SA Rock Digest 2002 01 January 2002
SA Rock Digest Issue #136 24 December 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #135 17 December 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #134 10 December 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #133 03 December 2001
SA Rock Digest Summer Gig Guide 2001 26 November 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #132 26 November 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #131 19 November 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #130 12 November 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #129 05 November 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #128 29 October 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #127 22 October 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #126 15 October 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #125 08 October 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #124 01 October 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #123 24 September 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #122 17 September 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #121 10 September 2001
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SA Rock Digest Issue #120 02 September 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #119 26 August 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #118 19 August 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #117 12 August 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #116 29 July 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #115 22 July 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #114 14 July 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #113 08 July 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #112 01 July 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #111 24 June 2001
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SA Rock Digest Issue #105 14 May 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #104 07 May 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #103 23 April 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #102 15 April 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #101 09 April 2001
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SA Rock Digest Issue #100 02 April 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #99 25 March 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #98 18 March 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #97 11 March 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #96 04 March 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #95 25 February 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #94 18 February 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #93 11 February 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #92 04 February 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #91
(2nd Birthday Issue)
28 January 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #90 21 January 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #89 14 January 2001
SA Rock Digest Special Edition
(2001: A No More Space Odyssey)
01 January 2001
SA Rock Digest Issue #88 17 December 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #87 10 December 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #86 03 December 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #85 26 November 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #84 19 November 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #83 12 November 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #82 05 November 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #81
first SA-only albums chart
29 October 2000
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SA Rock Digest Issue #80 22 October 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #79 15 October 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #78 08 October 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #77 01 October 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #76 25 September 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #75 17 September 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #74 10 September 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #73 03 September 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #72 27 August 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #71 20 August 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #70
first albums chart
13 August 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #69 06 August 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #68
first SA-only songs chart
30 July 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #67 23 July 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #66 18 July 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #65 09 July 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #64 02 July 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #63 25 June 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #62 18 June 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #61 11 June 2000
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SA Rock Digest Issue #60 04 June 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #59 28 May 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #58 21 May 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #57 14 May 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #56 07 May 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #55 01 May 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #54 16 April 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #53 09 April 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #52 02 April 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #51 26 March 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #50 19 March 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #49 08 March 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #48 03 March 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #47 21 February 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #46 12 February 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #45 04 February 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #44 28 January 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #43 20 January 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue 2000
Special Millennium Issue
03 January 2000
SA Rock Digest Issue #42 12 December 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #41 05 December 1999
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SA Rock Digest Issue #40 27 November 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #39 21 November 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #38 03 November 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #37 24 October 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #36 16 October 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #35 07 October 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #34 29 September 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #33 22 September 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #32 15 September 1999
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SA Rock Digest Issue #30 04 September 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #29 26 August 1999
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SA Rock Digest Issue #20 16 June 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #19 10 June 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #18 02 June 1999
SA Rock Digest (SE)
Special Reviews Issue
29 May 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #17 19 May 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #16 12 May 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #15 05 May 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #14 28 April 1999
There was no issue #13…
SA Rock Digest Issue #12 22 April 1999
SA Rock Digest issue #11 15 April 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #10 07 April 1999
SA Rock Digest
Special April Fools Issue
01 April 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #9 24 March 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #8 17 March 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #7 11 March 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #6 04 March 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #5 25 February 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #4 17 February 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #3 10 February 1999
SA Rock Digest Issue #2 03 February 1999
SA Rock Digest issue #1 27 January 1999

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Old Mutual Summer Sunset Concerts at Kirstenbosch 2009/2010

Date Performers Rate
19 November Chris de Burgh (R396)*
22 November Johnny Clegg 3
29 November Claire Philips & Neo Muyanga 1
6 December Jesse Clegg 2
13 December The Jonny Cooper Orchestra 2
17, 18, 19, 20 Dec Carols by Candlelight**
27 December Ashtray Electric & Pretty Blue Guns 2
31 December New Year’s Eve: Flat Stanley, Loyiso, Loading Zone, Chad Saaiman (R220)***
3 January A Fist Full of Diamonds

with Josie Field, Farryl Purkiss and Dan Patlansky

2
10 January Freshlyground 3
17 January Zebra & Giraffe 3
24 January Fokofpolisiekar 2
31 January Lira & friends: HHP and RJ Benjamin 1
7 February aKING 2
14 February Jamali & friends: Jody, Sasha-Lee and Soulstone 1
21 February Just Jinjer 3
28 February Prime Circle 3
7 March Goldfish 3
9 March Cliff Richard &The Shadows (R426)*
14 March The Dirty Skirts 2
21 March The Cape Philharmonic Orchestra 2
28 March Watershed 3
4 April Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon Encounter: Gang of Instrumentals, Tidal Waves and Tumi Molekane 1

Please note that concerts highlighted in red do not form part of the Old Mutual Summer Sunset Concert series.

Old Mutual Summer Sunset Concerts Ticket Prices

Rate 1 Rate 2 Rate 3
Adults R65 R75 R95
Scholars (6-17 yrs) R40 R50 R70
Bot Soc members R55 R65 R85

Ticket Sales

Tickets are now available on www.webtickets.co.za

Tickets to the Old Mutual Summer Sunset Concerts will also be on sale from the Kirstenbosch Ticket Office from the Tuesday before each concert (from 8am).

*International Concerts: Tickets are available from the Kirstenbosch Ticket Office (telephonic bookings: +27 (0)21 761 2866)

**Carols by Candlelight: The entrance fee on 17 December is R40 for adults and R20 for children. On 18/19/20 December: R50 for adults and R30 for children. Tickets will only be sold at Pick ‘n Pay stores in the Western Cape.

***New Year’s Eve concert: Tickets are available from the Kirstenbosch Ticket Office (telephonic bookings: +27 (0)21 761 2866) and soon from www.webtickets.co.za

For more information on any of these concerts, please contact the Kirstenbosch Information Desk on +27 (0)21 799 8783 or kirstenboschinfo

Kind regards

Sarah Struys

Events Manager

South African National Biodiversity Institute (Kirstenbosch)

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Top Ten Tunes: 2008 [from Top10songs.com]

Top 10 Songs of 2008

Rank Song Title Artist
1 I Kissed A Girl

Katy Perry

2 Bleeding Love Leona Lewis
3 Low Flo Rida Featuring T-Pain
4 Viva La Vida Coldplay
5 Disturbia Rihanna
6 Hot N Cold Katy Perry
7 4 Minutes Madonna & Justin
8 So What P!nk
9 Apologize Timbaland Featuring OneRepublic
10 Womanizer Britney Spears

http://www.top10songs.com/top10songsoftheyear.htm

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Mabu Vinyl now in Rheede Street

Mabu Vinyl, the well-known music shop in Cape Town, will soon be celebrating its two-year anniversary in its more spacious new premises at 2 Rheede Street in Gardens. The shop is situated just off the corner of Kloof Street (next door to A&A Furnishers), and is just a “muffin’s throw away” from Vida e Caffé, the very popular nearby coffee shop in Kloof Street.

Mabu Vinyl carries a large selection of new and second hand items including LP records, 12” singles, 7” singles, 78’s, CD’s, DVD’s, cassette tapes, videos, books, T-shirts, comics, magazines, and even a selection of refurbished turntables and hi-fi’s. Mabu Vinyl buys, sells and trades in all and any of these items. The shop also carries a range of independent CD releases by a range of South African artists.

Mabu Vinyl grew out of the well-known Kloof Street bric-a-brac store, Kloofmart, which was run for many years by Johan Vosloo in the premises now occupied by Vida e Caffé. Jacques Vosloo, the owner’s son, started the record store in the back section of Kloofmart before the store moved to its next premises a few shops away, next to the other well-known Kloof Street music shop, High Five.

Then in October 2003, Mabu Vinyl again moved further down the road into its next premises in Buitenkloof Centre on the corner of Kloof and Buitensingel Streets. Soon after, Stephen Segerman joined Jacques in the store, adding a stock of CD’s, tapes, and DVD’s to the already huge selection of records that fills every corner of this eclectically decorated store.

The new Mabu Vinyl store has something for everyone with hundreds of 7″ singles, 12″ dance singles (for the many club DJ’s who frequent Mabu), and a broad range of rock, pop, jazz, soul, country, comedy, blues, soundtrack, South African and classical LP records. There is also a wide range of new and used CD’s, DVD’s, cassette tapes and books, mostly at reduced or sale prices, and the shop has many regular customers who love to take a few hours to browse through the many music items on display.

Parking for the new Mabu Vinyl store is available downstairs in the Rheede Centre parking garage, or at the nearby Kwikspar or Lifestyle centres in Kloof Street.

website: http://mabuvinyl.co.za

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SA Rock Digest: This Week 10 Years Ago

The SA Rock Digest was a weekly, free subscription e-mag about South African rock music between 1999 and 2004.

Here is the issue from 14 July 1999.

SA ROCK DIGEST ISSUE NUMBER 24

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The SA Rock Digest is a weekly,
free subscription e-mag, edited
by Brian Currin and delivered
direct to your e-mailbox.

Subscribe, unsubscribe and
back issue information at
the bottom.

Established January 1999.

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INTRODUCTION
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The SA Rock Digest is a discussion forum for Rock music;
South African and International; past, present and future.

Read it, digest it, enjoy it, send in your comments
and tell your friends….

“Rock” is a very general term encompassing rock and roll,
pop, folk, rock, ethnic-rock, prog-rock, jazz-rock, country-rock,
soul, R&B, metal, indie, alternative, new wave, reggae, etc, etc.

Don’t get hung up…if you want to say something about the music
YOU like, go ahead, say it.

Contributions and comments:
http://www.rock.co.za/files/contactme.html

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NEWS
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THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC
by Sharon Gill and Steve Murdoch

JOSH SITHOLE, one of Cape Town’s best-loved musicians and a favourite of many South African music-lovers, died at his Gugulethu home on Sunday 20 June.

Sithole, a self-taught lead guitarist, began busking with the Kwela Kids in 1959 in Cape Town. In 1978 he went solo and played in venues around the country, thrilling audiences with his distinctive style. During the eighties he became known to Durban audiences through his various residencies at places like the Lonsdale and Westville Hotels.

Sithole was born in Rylands, but his family moved to Gugulethu during the era of forced removals. He was committed to his family and to passing on his skills to others. He turned down several overseas offers of contracts.

Everybody who knew him will miss him. Other musicians and people in the industry sang their praises of Sithole.

Music producer Henry Shields described him as a very influential and original player. “He is going to be missed by many people in the music industry. He was part of the musical landscape of Cape Town.”

Jazz vocalist Joe Schaffers described Sithole as a people’s person and a musician. “He could get through to everybody -even before people started talking about the ‘rainbow nation’. He could touch your feelings with his music and he was very original. It’s unfortunate he died before realising his dream of building a recording studio in Gugulethu where he planned to teach township youngsters music. He was very unselfish.”

Third Ear Music’s Dave Marks says that Sithole was possibly the hardest working musicians on the circuit, and one of the few true professionals. “The amazing thing about him was that he was the only non-white at the time gigging within the cocktail lounge and bar room circuit. It was unique. Blacks weren’t even allowed in those clubs, but when they tried to take Josh off the circuit, there was an uproar from the patrons. He played the kind of music that appealed to city folk.”

C & G Studios’ Don Clarke, says, “I think Josh probably missed his finest hour. Only now, with the focus on World Music, are we starting to attract international interest, and Josh would have been a perfect candidate for this.”

Sithole was supporting three disabled brothers at the time of his death. He leaves his wife and two daughters. He was buried at his Gugulethu home on July 4.

Article taken from the AFRICAN INVASION OF ROCK website
http://www.air.org.za

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JOSH SITHOLE MEMORIAL CONCERT

The Barleycorn Music Club and Sterra Promotions are staging a “Josh Sithole
Memorial Concert” which will be held at the Riverclub in Cape Town on
Sunday 1 August 1999.

All bands that play have offered their services for free and all Money
raised will go to his family.

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COUNTING CROWS – LIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA

TOUR ITINERARY

August 4 Cape Town Bellville Velodrome
August 6 Durban Westridge Park Stadium
August 8 Sun City Superbowl
August 9 Johannesburg Standard Bank Arena

BOOKING EXCLUSIVELY AT TICKETWEB
http://www.ticketweb.co.za

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FETISH

2nd full length album is due for release mid – September……
recording starts July 17.

future GIGS :
OPPIKOPPI
Sunday 8th August, main stage
Monday 9th August, jazz stage

FETISH
mailto:fetish@iafrica.com
http://www.listen.to/fetishmusic

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SKYMINER

We’re also playing at The Planet this Friday the 16th, so haul out the moth-eaten jersey and check us out. “The Wax Tadpoles” (Ben Amato et al) are playing with us on Friday so you’ll get more for your money! The first band will start at 9.30 and the covert should be +/- 8 SA ront.

Cheers,
Cameron
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SONS OF TROUT

Sons of Trout will be performing @ diamonds and pearls
Friday 16th
corner lower main and station rd
Observatory – Cape Town

“Son of Trout”
mailto:info@sonsoftrout.co.za
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REQUESTS
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CHRIS PRIOR

one of the guys I spoke to said that Chris Prior is apparently
with Radio 702. Rumour has it anyway …

Ciao

Jon

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METALLIC SUNN

I’d like to know if there is anybody out there who used to follow a band
called Metallic Sunn? (they later became Museum).

The line-up was first:
Patrick Canovi (Guitar)
Adrian Bekker (Keyboards)
Henry Zedras (Bass)
Gary Smith (Drums)

They won the Cape Battle of the Bands with this line-up as “Metallic Sunn”.
The band then changed the name to “Museum”. This was about mid 1974.
That line-up was as I can remember it:
Patrick Canovi (Guitars)
Gary Smith (Drums)
Henry Barenblatt (Keyboards)
Henry Zedras (Bass) ????????

I’d like to try and get hold of Patrick Canovi, as I have something that he
might be interested in.

Cheers,

Peter
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FORUM
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CLASSIC SONG OF THE WEEK:

Locomotive Breath – Rabbitt (Ian Anderson)

Trevor Rabin: vocals, guitars
Errol Friedman: guitar
Fransua Roos: keyboards
Lou Forer: bass
Cedric Samson: drums

This Jethro Tull classic, from their 1971 “Aqualung” album, was re-recorded in South Africa by a session band and released in 1972 as a single under the name “Rabbitt”.
The flip-side was an instrumental titled “And The Planets Danced”.
“Locomotive Breath” was number 96 in the LM Radio top hits of 1972.
I guess you could say it was a runaway smash!

Patric van Blerk had engaged Trevor Rabin (then only 18 years old) on a session to play guitar on a version of Jethro Tull’s Locomotive Breath he had wanted to do. The recording session had Errol Friedman playing guitar (Ronnie Robot’s brother), Fransua Roos on keyboards (who did the arrangement), Lou Forer (from Suck) on bass and Cedric Samson on drums. The lyrics were “cleaned-up” for the SA censors: “his woman and his best friend” were now “travelling to the sun” and “the all-time winner” had got him by…”the hands”!

When Rabbitt re-recorded this track in 1975 for their debut Boys Will Be Boys! album, the original Jethro Tull lyrics returned; a very brave move at the time!

More at: http://www.rock.co.za/files/rabbitt_boys.html
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ON THE NET
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SOUTH AFRICA’S ROCK FILES

New additions to the SA Rock Files website include
cover scans for Freedoms Children’s Battle Hymn Of
The Broken-Hearted Horde and Simply Otis Waygood,
thanks to Mike Greeff.

Andrew King has supplied some info on In The Arena by Circus
and Searching by Third Eye. All additional information is most welcome.

Visit: http://www.rock.co.za/files/sarock_whatsnew.html
to see these updated webpages.

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RODRIGUEZ

New information continues to flow into the
Climb Up On My Music website on this “American Zero,
but South African Hero”.

Recently discovered is an album from 1972 by The Family Dogg
titled The View From Rowland’s Head featuring no less than 5 cover
versions of songs from Cold Fact including I Wonder and Crucify Your Mind.

The Family Dogg included among its members, one Albert Hammond…the old
“Peacemaker” himself.

Visit: http://www.rock.co.za/files/rodriguez.html
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CLASSIC REVIEW
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FREEDOMS CHILDREN – BATTLE HYMN OF THE BROKEN-HEARTED HORDE

Introduction [2.34]
Season [3.03]
Judas Queen [3.54]
Mrs. Browning [3.06]
Country Boy [2.58]
Your Fathers’ Eyes [2.26]
Eclipse [3.19]
10 Years Ago [5.55]
Kafkasque [3.25]
Boundsgreen Fair [3.16]
Mrs. Wendy’s Dancing Eyes Have Died [4.34]

This album released in 1968 has all the wonderful excesses of early progressive rock; the deep “meaningful” poetry, spoken words, majestic organ-playing, sound effects, choirs, long guitar solos, etc. I love it!

The unusual Scottish/South African accent of Ramsay MacKay guides us through this album of contrasts. From the country sounds of “Country Boy” to the Traffic-style rock of “Judas Queen” this album does not let up for a moment. It rocks, it soothes, it challenges, it refreshes (thanks to the inclusion of an old Pepsi advert!).

A great album, yet to see the light of day on CD, if ever.

Visit:
http://www.rock.co.za/files/battlehymn.html
for more info and cover scans.
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NEW RELEASES
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DEEP PURPLE – TOTAL ABANDON

The new live CD and video recorded live in Australia in April this year is only available
on-line.

Go to: http://www.cybermusic.net/deep_purple/
and place your order.

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DISCO FEVER

Derek Smith from Gallo has compiled a 2CD set called Disco Fever which features some great South African disco/dance tracks from the 70s. These 2 discs are filled to the max with music…over 150 minutes of music, memories and magic.

Artists include HOT RS, Buffalo, People Like Us, Disco Rock Machine, Rouge, John Ireland and Neil Cloud.

Buy this CD, put on your platforms, grab your cherrie and take yourself on a magic carpet ride with the delta queen to the garden of Eden.

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STEVE KEKANA – THE ENGLISH ALBUM

A compilation by Derek Smith with liner notes by Malcolm Lombard. Includes all Steve’s great hits like “The Bushman”, “I Feel So Strong” (with PJ Powers), “Raising My Family” and “All I Need Is Here In Africa”.

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SPRINGBOK NUDE GIRLS – SURPASS THE POWERS

The new Springbok Nude Girls album, ‘Surpass The Powers’, has now been released. This 11-track album, which was produced by Kevin Shirley, is also being set up for an international release with some of the earlier Nude Girls’ singles tacked on. The previous Nude Girls’ single, ‘Blue Eyes’, is already on this album along with the new singles, ‘Giant Love Affair’, ‘Again, and ‘Un-Ez’.

— Stephen Segerman

WIN A CD!

Tell us how the Springbok Nude Girls got their name and you could win a copy of the new Springbok Nude Girls CD “Surpass The Powers” courtesy of Paul Thackwray of Sony Music South Africa.

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RADIO RATS – INTO THE NIGHT WE SLIDE

Jonathan Handley, in association with Andy Harrod of the One World online CD store, has re-released the seminal debut Rats album, ‘Into The Night We Slide’ on CDR. This limited edition CD with bonus tracks and revised artwork is available online at http://www.oneworld.co.za.

More at: http://www.rock.co.za/files/radiorats_night.html

Also coming soon is the Radio Rats 5th album Radio Ketamine…watch out for it.

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ONE WORLD MUSIC
http://www.oneworld.co.za

Andy Harrod (Mad Andy to his friends), announced recently that One World Music
now includes cover scans and track listings on their extensive website.

One World Music has everything from the new Springbok Nude Girls “Surpass The Powers” to the classic “Into The Night We Slide” by the Radio Rats.

One World has an extremely wide range of CDs including Afrikaans Volksliedjies, African Traditional music, music of the Kalahari Bushmen, Sounds of Nature, Kwaito, Johnny Clegg and a host of other genres, styles and artists. Also unique releases like Chris de Burgh’s “Live In South Africa” and the “Cosmos” TV series soundtrack CD which are very difficult to find anywhere else.

If its Made In South Africa and its on CD, then its available at One World.

Visit http://www.oneworld.co.za and remember SA Rock Digest members get a 5% discount off their purchases. Just put “digest member” in brackets behind your name when filling in the order form and they will do the rest.

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VOTING BOOTHS
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Visit these voting booths and cast a vote for YOUR favourites….

SA Classic Rock albums
http://www.freevote.com/booth/sarock

All-time Great SA Pop and Rock songs
http://www.freevote.com/booth/sapop

McCully Workshop albums
http://www.freevote.com/booth/mccully
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LINKS
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SOUTH AFRICA’S ROCK FILES
The online archive for the History of South African Rock
http://welcome.to/sarock

TOO GOOD TO BE FORGOTTEN
Message Board for SA Rock
http://www.insidetheweb.com/mbs.cgi/mb311757

AMUZINE
African MUsic magaZINE
http://www.cd.co.za/

POWERZONE
The Hub of South African Music
http://www.powerzone.co.za/

ONE WORLD
Selling South African Music to the World
http://www.oneworld.co.za/

5% discount for Digest members!
Type “Digest Member” in brackets
after your name when submitting info.

INDIE MUSIC EXPLOSION
The Ultimate Independent Music Site in South Africa
http://www.indie.co.za/

GALLO MUSIC
Supporting South African Music
http://www.gallo.co.za/

BACKSTAGE
The Musician’s Resource
http://www.backstage.co.za/

THE GIG GUIDE
Whats on in Cape Town
http://www.gig-guide.co.za/

ZA@PLAY
What’s on in Cape Town and around South Africa
http://www.mg.co.za/mg/art/music/listing/music-ct.htm

SLY
Online magazine
http://www.sly.co.za/

STREET LEVEL RECORDS
Cape Town’s Independent Record Label
http://www.streetlevel.co.za/

MUSICADS
Free musical equipment classifieds ad website
http://www.twisted.co.za/musicads/

SA MUSIC DATABASE
Over 100 links relating to South African music
http://members.xoom.com/samusicd/links.html

RIESTER INTERNATIONAL RECORDS
South African independent record company
http://www.riester-records.co.za/

JOL
http://www.jol.co.za

FRESH MUSIC
Independent multi-faceted music group
http://www.fresh.co.za

AFRICAN INVASION OF ROCK
News, reviews and opinions
http://www.air.org.za

MOUNTAIN RECORDS
http://www.mountain-africa.com
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ADVERTS
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SPLASHY FEN BOOK
Chris Chapman

http://www.splashyfen.co.za

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QSOUND
Makes your computer sound better if you listen to MP3’s, WAV files, music samples, web radio, on-line concerts and much more.

Visit http://www.rock.co.za/files/mp3software.html and click on QSound banner.

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VIBES MUSIC – N1 CITY, CAPE TOWN
An extensive selection of vinyl and CDs. Big supporters of South African music.

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OUTLAW RECORDS, CAPE TOWN
Vinyl and second-hand CDs. Always something new.

Branches at:
Cape Town Central:
55 Castle Street (off Long Street), Cape Town

Wynberg:
3 CHB Building (opposite the entrance to Wynberg Hospital),
Maynard Road, Wynberg

10% discount for Digest members!

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RADIUM WRECKORDS

Looking for Radio Rats, Popguns, Chauffeurs or Glee Club recordings?
Contact Johathan Handley for a catalogue at:

Radium Wreckords
Suite 207
Postnet
Private Bag X10
Flamwood
2572
Klerksdorp


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JEFF BECK: CRAZY FINGERS
by Annette Carson

The first and only definitive biography of Jeff Beck – published in South Africa in January 1999 and available by mail order from the author. Trade paperback format,
256 pages, with a comprehensive discography.

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BACK ISSUES
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All Digest back-issues can now be downloaded as one
small zip file (less than 300kb).
Go to: http://www.rock.co.za/files/sarockdigest.zip
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RULES
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The SA Rock Digest is compiled by Brian Currin from the
“Too Good To Be Forgotten” internet message board, e-mails from
Digest members and other varied sources.

For the basic rules of the Digest please visit:
http://browse.to/sarock
or I can e-mail them to you.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS
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Reading someone else’s copy of this e-mag?

Firstly thank the person who sent it to you, for being someone of
incredible good taste and perception…

…and then subcribe yourself by sending an e-mail to
mailto:vagabond@rock.co.za with any words or phrases that vaguely
indicate acceptance.

Y’know, like “I’m in”, “That’s great”, “OK”, “Here’s R1000 send me a
copy”…whatever.

Or…visit http://browse.to/sarock and fill in the very simple form.

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Want to unsubscribe from this e-mag?

Surely not, but if you really must, then just send me an e-mail,
saying “I hate SA music”, “I’m bored” or “get my out of here” or
“I’ve had enough” or whatever, I’ll get the idea, eventually.

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Posted in Latest Updates

New Music Now: Gossip – Music For Men

After only one listen I am in love with this album. A variety of styles and influences abound here.  Fine Young Cannibals-style R&B with Electro-rock guitars and the vocals of Big Beth Ditto. Like Duffy on steriods … and that’s a good thing.
If you like Zebra & Giraffe and Flash Republic you will probably find some place in your heart for this.
Music for Men cover
Gossip - Music For Men
  1. “Dimestore Diamond”
  2. “Heavy Cross”
  3. “8th Wonder”
  4. “Love Long Distance”
  5. “Pop Goes the World”
  6. “Vertical Rhythm”
  7. “Men in Love”
  8. “For Keeps”
  9. “2012”
  10. “Love and Let Love”
  11. “Four Letter Word”
  12. “Spare Me from the Mold”
Posted in South African Music

The Mabu Vinyl Mid-Winter Half Price Sale

Mabu Vinyl, the shop in Rheede Street in Gardens that sells all kinds of old and new stuff such as LP’s and 12″ and 7″ records, CD’s, comics, books, cassettes, DVDs, VHS videos, magazines, and more, is having a massive mid-winter, recession-busting, two-week half-price sale from Monday 22nd June till Sunday 5th July.

Sale Details:
Sale Dates: Monday 22nd June till Sunday 5th July
Shop hours: Mon-Fri 9-7, Sat 9-6, Sunday 11-3
Shop Address: 2 Rheede Street, Gardens (off the corner of Kloof Street), Cape Town.

Contact Details:
Phone 021 423 7635
Email: mabu@sugarmusic.co.za
Website: www.mabuvinyl.co.za

Posted in Latest Updates

Mandela Day Concert in US – 18 July 2009

Mandela Day
Mandela Day

NEW YORK HOSTS THE FIRST ‘MANDELA DAY’ CONCERT

‘A Special Concert to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 91st Birthday’

Radio City Music Hall on July 18, 2009

CELEBRATING THE IDEA THAT EACH INDIVIDUAL HAS THE ABILITY TO MAKE AN IMPRINT

DAVE STEWART, ARETHA FRANKLIN, WYCLEF JEAN, QUEEN LATIFAH,

CARLA BRUNI-SARKOZY, JOSH GROBAN, CYNDI LAUPER, ANGELIQUE KIDJO, BAABA MAAL, JESSE MCCARTNEY, TLC, THE SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR, AND OTHER GUESTS TO PERFORM

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Special Performances by Celebrated African Artists Including Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Chris Chameleon, Freshlyground, Emmanuel Jal, Loyiso, Sipho Mabuse, Vusi Mahlasela, Thandiswa Mazwai, Suzanna Owiyo will help kick-off the first46664 Mandela Day’ Celebration

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Tickets on sale Friday, June 5th at 9:00 am EST

Tickets available at livenation.com and charge by phone: 800-745-3000

For VIP packages visit ticketmaster.com

June 4, 2009 (New York, NY) — New York takes world center-stage next month when the city hosts the inaugural ‘Mandela Day.’ Centered around a massive music headliner concert at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Nelson Mandela’s 91st birthday, July 18, the event is designed as a call around the world for people to honor Nelson Mandela’s inspiration and values, and observe the day annually as a celebration, not as a holiday, but as a day to opt in.

Joining Dave Stewart for this concert celebration will be Aretha Franklin, Wyclef Jean, Queen Latifah, Josh Groban, TLC, Cyndi Lauper and Jesse McCartney, sharing the stage and performances with Angelique Kidjo, Baaba Maal, the Soweto Gospel Choir, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Chris Chameleon, Freshlyground, Emmanuel Jal, Loyiso, Sipho Mabuse, Vusi Mahlasela, Thandiswa Mazwai, Suzanna Owiyo and many more.

Further invited guests will include France’s First Lady, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy making a rare concert appearance, as well as Italy’s Zucchero, a 46664 ambassador artist who has given support at each of the prior 46664 concerts. Adding to the star value of the day, Hollywood legends and 46664 supporters Forest Whitaker, Sharon Stone, Susan Sarandon and many others have all committed to attend.

President Bill Clinton, who will host a fundraiser dinner with Mr. Mandela’s wife Graca Machel at New York’s Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall earlier in the week on July 15 said, “More than any other human being, Madiba has been the great inspiration for the life I lead and the work I do, especially in the area of HIV/AIDS. The philosophy of my Clinton Global Initiative – which has inspired 1,400 commitments improving 200 million lives in more than 150 countries – was built on his enduring example that the power of public good does not require public office, just a well-placed heart and a determined mind. In return for everything Madiba has taught us, we each owe it to him to support his work and legacy by doing and living our own as best we can, not just on this day, but throughout our entire lives.”

As Robert De Niro said, “When Nelson Mandela speaks we all must listen.”

Tim Massey, International Director of 46664, said, “Mandela Day is about creating a movement for positive change and establishing one day to reflect upon, celebrate and make manifest the values that guide Nelson Mandela.”

Adding his voice of support, 46664 founding ambassador, Queen’s Brian May said, “It is Nelson Mandela’s ability to forgive that is an inspiration to us all. If Mandela Day can help the world to reconcile its differences then it will have succeeded in its purpose.”

Raising support from friends in the musical community, including Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor and Bono, Dave Stewart helped launch the 46664 global campaign which has since been carried across three continents. A series of historical concerts have taken place in South Africa, Spain, Norway, and most recently in the UK, with last year’s massive outdoor concert in Hyde Park which celebrated Mr. Mandela’s 90th birthday, playing to televised audiences that can be counted in the billions.

To date, the 46664 campaign has raised millions of dollars which have been applied to supporting projects in South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa where current needs are deemed greatest, particularly in assisting those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.

The concert has been made possible by the continuing support of Zain, a leading mobile telecommunications company that has 24 operations across Africa and the Middle East, who were also one of the main sponsors of the London 90th birthday celebrations. “Mr. Mandela is an iconic statesman whose sacrifice and leadership has had an enormous impact on humanity. Honoring him by raising funds for his foundation is in line with Zain’s global ambitions and corporate social responsibility philosophy,” said Dr Saad Al Barrak, CEO of Zain.

New York’s concert for Mr. Mandela will not only further spread the message of 46664 but aims to have a longer lasting purpose – to mark a day in each year as one of which we collectively reflect on Nelson Mandela’s inspiration and guidance and individually strive to make our own contribution.

Many of 46664’s ambassadors will form part of the concert bringing together leading U.S. artists with many of Africa’s foremost performers for Mandela Day, a celebration for Mr. Mandela’s 91st birthday which will be seen as a meeting in music between the U.S. and Africa in a concert for the world. Further artists will be joining the growing line-up and can be expected to be announced in the lead up to the concert.

The concert is the culmination of a week-long series of events in New York City in celebration of the first-ever Mandela Day. The activities include a Ralph Applebaum designed exhibition of Mr. Mandela’s life and the work of his many 46664 ambassadors, as well as the gala fundraising dinner, both at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.

Mr. Mandela has been making an imprint on the world for 67 years since he actively became involved in campaigning for the human rights of every South African and now ‘Mandela Day’ calls upon each of us to give 67 minutes of our time to helping others, with the idea that each individual has the ability to make an imprint and make the world a better place.

Drawing its numeric title from Mr. Mandela’s Robben Island prison number (prisoner 466/incarcerated in 1964), 46664 was founded in 2002 when Mr. Mandela gave over the number, under which he served 17 of his 27 years incarceration, to Eurythmics’ founder Dave Stewart, to use call attention to finding solutions to critical social issues such as HIV/AIDS and the social injustices that impact the disease such as poverty, gender inequality and the lack of education.

46664 will also be working with partner organizations, other city authorities and community associations and volunteers across the globe to create a worldwide series of Mandela Day events to honor Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy.

‘46664 – Mandela Day Celebration’ Radio City Music Hall concert tickets prices range from $50-$350, with VIP packages at $1,000 and up. All tickets are available beginning Friday, June 5, 9am EST at www.ticketmaster.com, livenation.com, and charge by phone: 800-745-3000 For VIP packages visit ticketmaster.com.

For photos, footage, EPK and more information visit www.MandelaDay.com.

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About 46664 (http://www.46664.com)

46664, the campaign that bears Mr. Mandela’s Robben Island prison number, was originally launched to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. Working alongside the other Mandela organizations, it is now expanding its focus to champion Mr. Mandela’s broader humanitarian work. A centrepiece of 46664’s activities will be the celebration of Mandela Day each year, and funds raised from Mandela Day will support the ongoing work of 46664 and the Nelson Mandela charitable organizations.

About the Nelson Mandela Foundation (http://www.nelsonmandela.org)

The Nelson Mandela Foundation through its Centre of Memory and Dialogue contributes to the making of a just society by promoting the values, vision and work of its Founder. As custodian of Nelson Mandela’s historic papers, the Centre of Memory makes his life and times accessible to the world. The Dialogue program provides a safe space where disadvantaged communities, policy makers and non-governmental organizations enter into dialogue aimed at finding solutions to critical social issues such as poverty and AIDS.

The Nelson Mandela Foundation, which houses Nelson Mandela’s personal office, embodies the spirit of reconciliation, ubuntu, and social justice. Its work is a celebration of Nelson Mandela’s life.

About the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund (http://www.nmcf.co.za)

The Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund came into existence in 1995. This was within a year of Nelson Mandela having taken political office a founding President of South Africa’s democracy. Itself a part of the country’s history, the Fund shares the age of South Africa’s 15 years of democracy with rich lessons to share on appropriate models of child care and youth development.

Initially a grant-making organisation, the Fund was for the strategic period 2005-2010 repositioned in 1999 as a development and an advocacy agency. Being a rights-based and child-centred organisation, the Fund’s target group is children and youth from 0-22 years of age. Its vision, to Change the Way Society Treats in Children and Youth, places it in the league of UNICEF and is similarly committed to creating a world fit for children. The Fund carries out its mandate through South African-based implementing partners within its four key areas of focus. The approximately R35m it grants per annum is according to a rigorous selection process following a public call for proposals.

Successful applicants are funded on a three-year funding cycle. The raising of its funding is a joint responsibility of its resource mobilisation unit, programmes department and established offices in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and the Netherlands. All are registered in accordance with applicable laws in their respective countries.

About The Mandela Rhodes Foundation (http://www.mandelarhodes.org)

The Mandela Rhodes Foundation Was established in 2003 as a partnership between Mr Mandela and the Rhodes Trust in the United Kingdom, with the specific brief of developing exceptional leadership capacity in Africa. The Foundation’s flagship programme, the Mandela Rhodes Scholarships, seeks out and then nurtures young Africans who demonstrate academic ability and broader leadership potential. The Mandela Rhodes Scholarships offer Scholars educational opportunities at Honours or Masters level, coupled with a unique leadership development programme and personalised mentoring.

For more information on 46664 and Mandela Day contact:

For U.S.: Rubenstein Communications, Inc., Susie Arons +1-212-843-8033 sarons@rubenstein.com or Gretchen Wagner +1-212-843-8076 gwagner@rubenstein.com

For Europe, Middle East & Africa: THE PR OFFICE, Shimon Cohen +44 20 7284 6940 scohen@theproffice.com or Katie Phillips +44 207 284 6942 kphillips@theproffice.com

Posted in South African Music

Dan Hill Remembered

Inner Sleeve

Sounds Electronic and more…

Discography:

    Albums

  • Happy Days Are Here Again, CBS, ALD 6156, 1958
    First South African album to achieve “Gold” status for sales above 25 000 units.

    album

  • Kom Dans Vanaand, Unika, UNA 1506, No Date
    Dan Hill’s first Afrikaans album

    album

  • Sounds Electronic ’65, CBS, ALD000, Mono, 1965album
  • 45 EP, Sounds Electronic, CBS, EXP 2140, 1965ep
  • Sound Electronic ’66, ALD 6977, Mono, 1966
    Censored and uncensored front covers

    album album

  • Sound Electronic ’66, ALD 6977, Mono, 1966
    Bra on model printed “slightly too high”!

    albumpainted bra

  • Sounds Electronic ’66, ASF 1172, Stereo, 1966
    1st local CBS stereo album
    Censored and uncensored front covers

    albumalbum

  • Music To Watch Girls By, CBS, ALD 8033, Mono, 1967
    Censored and uncensored front covers

    albumalbum

  • Music To Watch Girls By, CBS, ASF 1188, Stereo, 1967
    Censored and uncensored front covers

    albumalbum

  • Sounds Electronic Four, CBS, ALD 8088, Mono, 1967
    Semi gatefold cover

    album

  • Sounds Electronic Four, CBS, ALD 8088, Stereo, 1967
    Semi gatefold cover

    album

  • Sounds Electronic 5, RPM 1001-S, No Date
    Gatefold cover

    album

  • Sounds Electronic 6, RPM, 1008-S, No Date
    Gatefold covers with censored/ uncensored inside covers

    albumalbum

    albumalbum

    albumalbum

  • Sounds Electronic 7, RPM 1025-S, No Date
    Gatefold covers with censored/ uncensored inside covers

    albumalbum

    albumalbum

  • Sounds Electronic 8, RPM 1045-S, No Date
    Semi gatefold cover

    album

  • Sounds Electronic 9, RPM 1045-S, No Date
    Gatefold covers with censored/ uncensored front and inside covers

    albumalbum

    albumalbum

    albumalbum

  • Sounds Electronic 10, RPM 1060-S, No Date
    4x Fold out front cover

    albumalbum

  • Sounds Latin, RPM 1033-S, 1969album
  • Bullseye, RPM 1065-S, No Date
    Fold out front and inside covers

    albumalbum
    albumalbum
    albumalbum

    Compiled by Tertius Louw.