Searching for Sugarman

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brianvds (February 04, 2016, 17:05:52 PM):
Nostalgia. We used to listen to Rodriques along with ACDC, Rolling Stones,Black Sabbath, Gloria Estefan, Tiffany and Depeche Mode. Gods, we were confused...

I missed all of that fun stuff. My teenage rebellion consisted of switching from Mozart and Beethoven to Bartok and Stravinsky. :D
Faerie (February 05, 2016, 07:09:01 AM):
All the youngsters (forty five and under)



So define old for me please!
Rigil Kent (February 05, 2016, 08:49:15 AM):
Ja but you must remember that metabolism is slow in the EC. ::)
Mefiante (October 10, 2016, 11:54:14 AM):
The folk singer, famous for such songs as Sugar Man and I Wonder, has been wrongly written into history as a leading anti-apartheid voice, believes [Brett] Lock. And a great deal of this has to do with the Oscar-winning documentary Searching For Sugar Man, which was released in 2012.
I’m with Lock on this manufactroversy: Rodriguez may have prompted many a SA youth to think about the country’s socio-political climate and he probably inspired many of the local music acts of the 70s and 80s who were the regular targets of the Security Police, but he had no first-hand involvement in the Struggle. In fact, he didn’t even know he’d made it big in SA until Segerman started making his documentary.



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