SA ROCK DIGEST ISSUE #87
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CONTENTS
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1.WHAT'S NEW - Legends of Rock, Reggae, Blues, Latin and the Acoustic guitar
2.CHARTS - Top 10 SA CDs, Top 20 SA songs, Top 20 SA Albums, Top 20 SA MP3 downloads, This week 30 years ago, Top 10 Classic SA Rock albums, Top 10 All-time Great SA Pop and Rock songs
3.ON STAGE - Durban Noison
4.NEW RELEASES - Tim Wells Band
5.USA for SA - Four Jacks And A Jill
6.CLASSIC ROCK - Asylum Kids
7.SHILOH'S CORNER - Lee Clayton
8.FORUM - Asylum Kids, Napster
9.REQUESTS - Zia, Cindy Alter, Circus
10.ON THE NET - Roekeloos, Sound Solutions
11.WHAT'S ON
12.LINKS
13.BACK ISSUES
14.CONTRIBUTIONS
15.CONTACT DETAILS
16.SUBSCRIPTIONS
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1.WHAT'S NEW
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SA ROCK LEGENDS ON RETRO FRESH LABEL

The great news is that EMI have cleared the following:

Galactic Vibes - Freedom's Children
Time to Suck - Suck
In the Arena - Circus
Silver Trees - Abstract Truth
Uncomplicated Dreams - Ellamental
On Loan For Evolution - Peach
No Sweat - Sweatband

I'm going to get these out in the first four months of the new year then apply for others....

Benjy (Mudie)
mailto:fresh@icon.co.za

SA Rock Legends on the net:
http://rock.co.za/legends

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HIGH ON BLUES: CD LAUNCH

VENUE: HIGH STREET THEATRE
DATES: 21 AND 22 DECEMBER 2000 AT 20H00
BOOKINGS: COMPUTICKET OR THEATRE 914 7030/1

ARTISTS PERFORMING:

BOULEVARD BLUES BAND
DELTA BLUE
VALIANT SWART
FROSTED ORANGE
PIET BOTHA

The CD "HIGH ON BLUES - THE HIGH STREET SESSIONS" celebrates the music performed at Cape Town’s Highstreet Theatre during its first year of existence. Although all genres of theatre and music are hosted by the theatre, the BLUES SESSIONS are particularly representative of the Highstreet Theatre’s passion in supporting and promoting the performing arts. All performances on this CD have been recorded live to disc, meaning that no subsequent re-mixing has been done, thereby capturing the vibrancy of the live performances.

Blues lyrics contain some of the most penetrating and revealing statements in the Western musical tradition. The absorption of blues into both jazz and mainstream pop music serves to prove its universal application in bringing about current musical styles.

This album sets out to illustrate the absorption of the blues into South African Music and to capture the intense personal passion and vibrancy with which musicians who have thus far performed at the High Street Theatre execute the blues. We hope that the High Street Theatre’s promotion of the blues enables it to make a whole new generation of music listeners aware of this great treasure trove of music.

A scan of the CD cover can be seen here:
http://www.sarockdigest.com/high_blues.jpg

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REGGAE LEGENDS FESTIVAL IN SA IN DECEMBER

The Wailers, Culture, and Burning Spear will be co-headlining an
impressive international Reggae bill in SA on Dec 15, 16 and 17. BIG
Concerts’ ‘Home To My Roots’ Reggae Festival will be bringing these
well-established Reggae giants to their many SA fans and tickets are
available through all Ticketweb outlets. The other sponsors for this
event are SABC1, Good Hope FM, and Revolver Records.

Burning Spear (Winston Rodney) has maintained his status amongst
reggae’s brightest lights. His big year was 1976, which saw the releases of both ‘Marcus Garvey’ and ‘Man In The Hills’, two albums that are still regarded as roots classics. They were both produced by Jack Ruby (no, not that one...) with music by The Wailers!

The original ("Wailin") Wailers began in the mid-60’s and consisted of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. Island relaunched the group as Bob Marley and the Wailers in 1974, with no Tosh or Wailer. The exact line-up of the current Wailers is uncomfirmed. The vocal harmony group Culture, renowned for their seminal ‘When Two Sevens Clash’ cult album, still tour strongly under the leadership of Joseph Hill.

Those dates and venues are:
Dec 15 - The BIG Arena, Century City, Cape Town
Dec 16 - MTN Sundome, Johannesburg
Dec 17 - ABSA Stadium Outer Fields, Durban.

Tickets @ Ticketweb <http://www.ticketweb.co.za>

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PERCUSSIONIST EFRIAN TORO TO COLLABORATE WITH SA MUSICIANS

LA based Puerto Rican percussionist Efrain Toro is to collaborate with a host of SA musicians during his latest visit to SA. Based in LA for the last 20 years, Efrain Toro is one of the most in-demand session players in LA, and also plays on big budget Hollywood movies, works the clinic circuit (workshop tours through USA, Europe and Asia) for his endorsers - DW drums, Zildjian cymbals, Evans heads, Vic Firth sticks, Roland midi percussion, and Meinl acoustic percussion.

Toro ran the Latin music department at the Musicians Institute in LA for 18 years. He visited SA in Sept and did 3 shows at the Bassline (sponsored by SAB) with Andrew Lilley, Concorde Nkabinde and Barry Van Zyl, and one show also with Steve Newman (Tananas) and Tony Cox. He also gave workshops at The Bassline and at the PTA Technikon.

Efrain plays hand percussion (congas), drumset, classical (timpanis) and tuned percussion (marimbas). He is a performer - educator - composer - producer, and has played and recorded with a glittering list of jazz icons including Stan Getz, Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder, Ricky Lee Jones, and George Benson.

Toro’s core band for these performances will be: Barry Van Zyl (drums),
Concorde Nkabinde (bass), and James Schofield (guitar).

His special guests for these dates include: Marcus Wyatt (trumpet,
flugel horn), Yaki (vocals - from Trip pop band Sshhh), DForm & Lady E:
Abstract Lyricist /rapper D.Form & ghetto Diva goddess Lady E from dub
funk hip hop outfit Mood Phase 5ive.

The core band and guests will get together during the day of the 16th to put a skeleton framework of music in place. The result will be
'structured improvisation' - major energy and excitement! On Monday 18,
the group plus guests plus Andrew Lilley will be going into studio to
record an album which has a scheduled release of March 2001.

Date: 16th Dec - The Jam, CT
Time: 9.30
Other Efrain Toro In SA Dates:

Dec 27th - 206
Efrain Toro, Steve Newman, Tony Cox

Dec 30th - Cape Town Waterfront

Jan 5th & 6th - Ouder Libertas CT
Efrain Toro, Barry Van Zyl, Andrew Lilly, Concorde Nkabinde

For Further info please contact
Kerry Friedmann
cell: 082 455 3447
email: mailto:dewberry@iafrica.com

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AQUARIAN QUARTET AT THE TROUBADOUR

Steve Newman, Tony Cox, Syd Kitchen and Greg Georgiades will be bringing their guitar stew to Cape Town when they begin their extended stay at their old hunting grounds, The Troubadour in Kalk Bay from Thursday Dec 15 to Sunday Jan 7.

The Aquarian Quartet boasts a long and distinguished pedigree with Steve Newman and Tony Cox veritable guitar playing icons - their skill with the instrument held in absolute awe by guitar-loving audiences.

They are all are indeed Aquarians (the 24/25th of Jan belong to Cox and
Newman respectively and the 14/15th of Feb, Kitchen/Georgiades), long
time friends and highly efficient protagonists of the acoustic guitar.
Each member has his own distinct style, and the blending and coming
together of these styles is what makes the AQ uniquely and brilliantly
different.

The Aquarian Quartet has recently released their first album through
Digital Cupboard called simply ‘Live’. The first date of their Cape Town run will also double as the CD launch for the group’s debut album.

The Aquarian Quartet Live CD is available from One World
http://www.oneworld.co.za
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2.CHARTS
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TOP 10 SOUTH AFRICAN CDs

Position. Artist - Title

1. Glen Lewis - Mid-Tempo 2000
2. Brenda Fassie - Amadlozi
3. Arthur - Mnike
4. Johannes Kerkorrel - Die Ander Kant
5. Coenie de Villiers - Karoonag 2000
6. DJ Walker (Featuring Senyaka) - Satane O' Maponapona
7. Twistyle - Who's Twistyle?
8. Henry Ate - Torn And Tattered
9. Brothers Of Peace - Presents Project A
10. Tokollo - Magesh Ndabezitha

Supplied by One World
http://www.oneworld.co.za

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THE SA ROCK DIGEST TOP 20 SOUTH AFRICAN ALBUMS OF THE WEEK

This week [last week] Title - Artist (Label)

1. [1] TajMahala - Sharkbrother (indie)
2. [RE] Almost Human - Even Flow (demo)
3. [2] Reconstructing Alice - Sonja Herholdt (Universal)
4. [6] éVoid - éVoid (CD re-issue with 5 bonus tracks)(Retro Fresh)
5. [5] Relaxzor - Springbok Nude Girls (Sony)
6. [8] Via Afrika (CD re-issue with bonus tracks) (Retro Fresh)
7. [16] Delta Blue Live - Delta Blue (Afrimusik)
8. [3] In The Meantime - Watershed (EMI)
9. [4] Alternatief Op Sy Beste - Various Artists (Hoezit)
10. [10] Something To Believe - Liesl Graham (Gallo)
11. [7] Greatest Hits - Koos Kombuis (Gallo)
12. [9] Faith In Love - Coleske (Gallo)
13. [13] Jazzin' & Jivin' - Various Artists (MELT2000)
14. [NE] Iron In The Sky - Robin Auld (Value Music)
15. [12] A Life Less Strange - Semisane (BMG)
16. [NE] Natural Order - Dead Lizard Club (demo)
17. [14] Tattered and Torn - Henry Ate
18. [15] Lately When She Cries - Jesse Jordan (Universal)
19. [17] Strange World - Just Jinger (BMG)
20. [18] Tassenberg All Stars (live) - Various Artists (Rhythm)

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THE SA ROCK DIGEST TOP 20 SOUTH AFRICAN SONGS OF THE WEEK

This week [last week] Title - Artist (Album/ Label)

1. [3] Alright - Semisane ('A Life Less Strange'/ BMG)
2. [5] As Long As - Galatia (‘Back Together’ EP/ BMG)
3. [10] Two Seconds - Henry Ate (‘Torn & Tattered’/ EMI)
4. [-] Drunken Girl - Robin Auld (off ‘Iron in the Sky’/ Value Music)
5. [2] Fall - Delenta ('Delenta'/ Renegade)
6. [1] Aphrodite (Feeling Much More) - Coleske ('Faith In Love'/ Gallo)
7. [8] Renaissance Song - Musa Manzini (‘New Reflections’/ BMG)
8. [9] Your Song - Just Jinger ('Strange World'/ BMG)
9. [7] Unworldly Beauty - Springbok Nude Girls ('Relaxzor'/ Sony)
10. [6] Higher Ground - Delenta ('Delenta'/ Renegade)
11. [18] Agitation - Blk Sonshine ('Blk Sonshine'/ Fresh)
12 [4] Johnny Calls The Chemist - Falling Mirror (‘Shattered’/ Tusk)
13 [13] Nkalakatha - Mandoza ('Nkalakatha'/ CCP)
14. [14] Satisfy - Dreamshop (off EP 'Satisfy'/ BMG)
15 [-] Starlight - Grannysmith (off ‘Grannysmith’/BMG)
16. [16] Rikki Tikki Tavi - Robin Auld (‘Iron In The Sky’/ Value)
17. [17] Eastern Bridge - Jesse Jordan ('Lately When She Cries'/
Universal)
18. [11] Bicycle Sonder 'n Slot - Koos Kombuis ('Greatest Hits'/ Gallo)
19 [15] African Dance - Mjojo ('Version 1'/ Digital Cupboard)
20. [12] Smiley Skull Of Faith - Springbok Nude Girls ('Relaxzor'/ Sony)

Sponsored by Networld
http://www.new.co.za

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TOP 20 SOUTH AFRICAN MP3 DOWNLOADS

This week [last week] Title - Artist
(Style)

1. [6] Chaba Sena - Kennedy & Friends
(Gospel)
2. [9] Sibali - Khumbula
(African Pop Fusion)
3. [1] Margarida - Choppa
(Latino Kwaito)
4. [13] Beautiful Thing - E'smile
(African R&B)
5. [19] Crucial Situation - Don Carlos
(Reggae)
6. [2] Foreplay - Ghetto Luv
(R&B Kwaito)
7. [20] Bonita (Kyllex Mix) - Choppa
(Kwaito)
8. [4] Kom Kom - Kom Kom
(Kwaito)
9. [12] Crush - Fruit Fly Navigators
(Modern Rock)
10. [8] Voetsak, Go Once - Amaryoni
(Zulu a capella)
11. [-] Together Forever - Bad 4 Real
(Ragga Kwaito)
12. [14] Pyjama Jam - Dantai
(Kwaito)
13. [18] Abelungu - Amaryoni
(Zulu a capella)
14. [7] Wena U Bani...? - O'Da Meesta
(Kwaito)
15. [11] Udlala Ngabantu - Khumbula
(African Pop Fusion)
16. [5] Asyn - Brixton Moord & Roof Orkes
(Afrikaans Alternative)
17. [16] Colours - Solly Mabena
(African Jazz)
18. [-] The Innocent - Dr Fox
(Rock)
19. [3] Manawarile - Jungle Man
(Shangaan Reggae)
20. [RE] Is Is Chisa - DJ Chepad
(Kwaito)

Supplied by Digital Cupboard
http://www.digitalcupboard.co.za

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SPRINGBOK RADIO CHARTS: 30 YEARS AGO
Friday, 11 December 1970

This week [last week] Title - Artist

1.[1] Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond
2.[2] Looky, Looky - Giorgio
3.[4] Woodstock - Matthews Southern Comfort
4.[6] Paranoid - Black Sabbath
5.[9] Indiana Wants Me - R. Dean Taylor
6.[3] Cha-La-La, I Need You - The Shuffles
7.[11] Zanzibar - Wanda Arletti
8.[12] Yo Yo - Chris Andrews
9.[5] Burning Bridges - the Mike Curb Congregation
10.[7] All The Tears In The World - Dave Mills

Supplied by John Samson
mailto:john@sarockdigest.com

South African Radio Charts 1969-1989
http://rock.co.za/charts

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SA ROCK DIGEST TOP 10 SA CLASSIC ROCK ALBUMS

1.[1] African Day - Hawk (1971)
2.[2] Africa She Too Can Cry - Hawk (1972)
3.[3] Battle Hymn Of The Broken Hearted Horde - Freedoms Children (1968)
4.[4] Boys Will Be Boys - Rabbitt (1975)
5.[5] A Croak And A Grunt In The Night - Rabbitt (1977)
6.[6] Live And Well - Hawk (1974)
7.[7] Jack Of All Trades - Jack Hammer (1987)
8.[NE] In The Arena - Circus (1977)
9.[8] Astra - Freedoms Children (1970)
10.[9] Otis Waygood Blues Band (1970)

As voted by visitors to the SA Rock Files website:
Go here and cast your vote:
http://www.freevote.com/booth/sarock

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SA ROCK DIGEST TOP 10 ALL-TIME GREAT SA POP AND ROCK SONGS

This week [last week] Song - Artist

1.[1] Hey Boy - Via Afrika (1983)
2.[2] Weeping - Bright Blue (1987)
3.[3] This Boy - Sweatband (1986)
4.[4] ZX Dan - Radio Rats (1978)
5.[9] Master Jack - Four Jacks And A Jill (1968)
6.[5] Who Killed Kurt Cobain - Koos Kombuis (1997)
7.[7] See Yourself (Clowns) - EllaMental (1984)
8.[6] As I Went Out One Morning (Damsel) - Tribe After Tribe (1985)
9.[8] Hold On To Love - Rabbitt (1977)
10.[10] You're Living Inside My Head - John Ireland (1978)

As voted by visitors to the SA Rock Files website:
Go here and cast your vote:
http://www.freevote.com/booth/sapop
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3.ON STAGE
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DURBAN NOISON
"Fruit Fly" Dave Campbell navigates the Durban Live Scene

JIMMY 12" @ BARGO'S
[24 November 2000]

Durban’s newest venue Bargo's has promised to become the elite live
music 'place to be' on Friday nights. The venue has secured some of the
finest lighting and sound available as a standard weekly feature
combined with a quality line-up of bands, excellent geographic
positioning and efficient friendly staff which collectively could just
position them in the forefront of live entertainment.

The first on the gig guide was Durban's own Jimmy 12". After a series of successful tours and much initial hype the band decided to prove they were far more than the flavour of the month and boldly promised a full venue with a capacity of around 1000 people (and ended up just a few short!).

Following their opening act Dr. Feel, the "Kings of Hype", exploded onto stage to begin one of their finest hours onstage with an adrenaline induced version of Nirvana's ‘Something in the Way’ which was followed by the band’s title anthem ‘Jimmy 12"’. Special guest appearances by Fruit Fly Navigators, Roly Struckmeyer and THC added fuel to the fire as those Durbanites present stood back in awe at what can only be described as pure rock entertainment.

The entire evening was transformed from a performance to a production of epic proportions. Seated in the director's chair was a grinning 12"
monster...

PISTOLFISH & SQUEAL @ BARGO'S
[1 December 2000]

For years Durban musician's have complained about the general lack of
support for the live scene in Durban. But all that is changing as
satisfied customers are now getting their money's worth at the prime new venue BARGO'S. Pistolfish started proceedings with their blend of Rock n Roll and teenage hysteria. The dynamic vocalist controlling the crowds with a series of groans and moans, creating more and more anticipation with every song.

Next it was the turn of Squeal. Dave Birch's quality song writing and
stubborn dedication to Squeal success has ensured their survival through difficult times and laid a foundation by example for the Durban music scene. Within seconds Squeal had found an immediate comfort with their stage and environment and track after track strengthened an unspoken communication with the crowd.

Squeal's latest offering ‘Begin’ is available for download on
http://www.friedjam.com and will be available in stores early 2001.

Dave Campbell
Campbell Promotions
Tel: 031-3048958
Cell: 082-7832974
Fax: 031-3360812
mailto:daveca@fedsure.co.za
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4.NEW, RECENT AND UPCOMING RELEASES
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TIM WELLS BAND - FALLEN THROUGH THE CRACKS

This release showcases a veritable who's-who of top musicians from
KwaZulu-Natal. Combined with some good songwriting it makes for quality
Rock/Pop with a distinct acoustic feel and a myriad of different
influences - a universal hybrid sound.
http://www.digitalcupboard.co.za/

MP3s of the TIM WELLS BAND can be download from:
http://www.digitalcupboard.co.za/dcSongs_S-Z.htm#ti

I Don't Know About That
Putting the Pieces Together
Say

This and any other South African CD are available from One World
http://www.oneworld.co.za
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5.USA FOR SA
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2000 & BEYOND - FOUR JACKS AND A JILL
Smug Music CD4JAC01

It's here, the new Four Jacks and a Jill album -- and it is entirely new even though some old favorites are included.

My conclusion up front: Four Jacks and a Jill perform some old favorites in new ways, and add some new songs in the wonderful and classic Four Jacks and a Jill style. Glenys's voice is as beautiful as ever and the clear sound makes her nuances more apparent. The brass and strings make for a full sound. This is a fully-realized Four Jacks and a Jill album.

The disc is divided into two sections, "The Classic Sound" has twelve songs, and "Dance Mixes" section has six songs. '2000 & Beyond' has over seventy minutes of first rate Four Jacks and a Jill and some old favorites remixed as dance numbers.

"The Classic Sound"
1. 'Master Jack' -- The pre-intro caused a trickle of dismay, then the
intro began and I realized it was but a clever beginning. When Glenys
started singing and the major instrumentation began I felt a thrill, "Yes!" They did it right! It's somewhat slower than the original, but that adds to the wistfulness of the melody. Beautiful version of a great song.

2. 'Africa Just Listen' -- A lovely and meaningful paean to Africa,
optimistic and loving, an appeal for unity and progress.

3. 'I'd Love to Write You a Love Song' -- Could be a love song, but is
actually a praise song. Is not a praise song a love song of sorts?
Glenys's voice sounds exceptionally fine on this one.

4. 'Hey Mister' -- An old favorite begins with a guitar flourish, then
jumps into the song. Lots of voices behind Miss Lynne's, and she sings with more authority than on the other version, which had nice innocence. It's good to have both versions of this song.

5. 'Smile' -- After the opulence of 'Hey Mister' this song sounds
pared down as it drives ahead with a simple and pleasant message that Four Jacks and a Jill are especially suited to deliver: Smile! Miss Lynne is very much in control of her voice here. I know, she's always in control, but she there is extra vocal variety in her phrasing here.

6. 'Timothy' -- I almost didn't recognize this song by the intro,
and that's fine. As with the other Four Jacks and a Jill songs redone here it is a new version, not a cover. They didn't mess much with the vocal of this classic, though. The instrumentation is wild and alive, and yet it is still the same song I hold dear. It's funny that 'Timothy' is still one of the shorter songs, though running a full minute longer than the original at 2:48.

7. 'Who's Talkin'' -- Rich production, very much a wall of sound. Miss
Lynne starts out tough-talkin', but the song's Christian message quickly becomes apparent. Wonderful and sincere. Are those cute
little interjections of "Me!" or "To me!" sung by Aimee Harding?

8. 'I Look Back' -- All right, La-las! I love the way Miss Lynne sings a la-la with perfect cheeriness. A happy song, and how can it be otherwise? Neat pauses occur in time with the lyrics about standing
still.

9. 'It's a Celebration' -- An upbeat gospel and dance number, as
celebrations often do urge people to movement. Miss Lynne moves ahead with a song on her lips, a glorious song for all people.

10. 'Jimmy Come Lately' -- A song heard with great nostalgia by many
South Africans, I'm sure. Too bad it wasn't a pop hit here, but
since I've known it for decades I can still share in the good
feelings it evokes. The feeling of new or first love comes through clearly in Miss Lynne's voice, and the good ole rock 'n' roll beat is accentuated on this great number.

11. 'Click Song' -- I wonder if Glenys is doing the clicks, or if
there is a stunt-clicker in the studio? I don't remember either the
clicks or the pennywhistle on the original though they may well be there. Sounds like Miss Lynne loves to sing this song.

12. 'The Warrior' -- Dramatic open with massed voices and power!
While Miss Lynne's voice has the beauty and lightness of a butterfly it
still matches the massed choir well and drives along with them, leading the Zulu impi determinedly to a really grand finish.

"Dance Mixes":
13. 'Master Jack' -- Through the years this song has etched its own grooves in my brain, but as a dance number... it works! The vocals convey the mystery and the enigmatic feeling the lyrics suggest. Four Jacks and a Jill don't mess with their canon except to treat their songs with respect, they neither change 'Master Jack' too much nor repeat themselves. No version matches the original 'Master Jack' in perfection, but the 1979 version and the two on this disc do the original justice and stand out on their own. Even if I didn't have the original planted in my brain by hearing it 1,000,001 times, I would still rate these versions highly.

The last words, "C'mon, Master Jack" sound slightly out of keeping with the song, and almost as if it's not Miss Lynne's voice. But that is no matter, the song is exceedingly well-done, as all of the Four Jacks and a Jill versions of 'Master Jack' are well and carefully done.

14. 'Smile' -- Four Jacks and a Jill do Euro-techno-disco? What a
pace -- I think I used to be able to dance this fast for over five
minutes, but now I just sway and bop. The music carries one away
into grooving with it.

15. 'Timothy' -- It's amazing to hear this song as a modern dance number, yet it's still the same great song, though sounding entirely new and modern.

16. 'Jimmy Come Lately' -- What an alive version, radically different with the busy music -- yet I discovered myself singing aloud to this after only a few bars.

17. 'I Look Back' -- Still the cute and innocent love song. If you want to hear two musical parts that should be at odds with each other (but aren't), listen to Glenys La-la-ing over a sassy dance drum and aggressive bass. The verse and chorus singing mesh and flow together without any thought that they should be odds at all.

18. 'The Warrior' -- Before I heard this I speculated: Is this
going to be an absolutely dynamic version of this song to close the
CD? This version is more dramatic, more haunting, than the one in "The
Classic Sound" section, with more up-front male voices. Instead of merely boosting the energy, they made the dance version more musical than expected with less chant and rock, but with lots of power. Give the people what they want, then do the unexpected. It's still Miss Lynne leading the song across Africa. Yes, a suitable big finish.

All of my first and subsequent impressions of '2000 & Beyond' are positive. Sure, I was predisposed to love this CD, but I also had the trepidation of "What if...?" This is a big and wonderful Four Jacks and a Jill album, a new album in all respects.

Three of the songs were penned by the highly-regarded David Marks, five by Harding-Ferrier (not counting the "Dance Mixes"). I enjoy all of David Marks' work, and, regarding Harding-Ferrier, I'm glad to see such a songwriting team for Four Jacks and a Jill. The Dance Mixes were done by Mark and Neil of Jailhouse Studios.

The production is full throughout: wall of sound, an orchestra of real
horns and real strings, and rock guitar and drums. And always Glenys
Lynne's voice. Like they said in the liner notes: "...to reform the group without Glenys was a non-starter." Her voice sounds richer and more experienced. The music of Glenys and the Jacks works well in both the classic and dance idioms.

I've gone on at length here, but there are plenty of surprises I
haven't given away. To conclude where I began: Four Jacks and a Jill
perform some old favorites, but they aren't content merely to repeat
themselves -- '2000 & Beyond' is a new album by Four Jacks and a Jill. This is a creative group and a creative singer.

Overall, I'd say that if one is a Four Jacks and a Jill fan,
this album is essential. If one is not a Four Jacks and a Jill fan
then listen to '2000 & Beyond' just to see if your once-cheery outlook is redeemable.

Kurt Shoemaker, Blanco, Texas
mailto:kurt@sarockdigest.com

This and any other South African CD is available from One World
http://www.oneworld.co.za
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6.CLASSIC ROCK
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BLACK POEM JUGGLERS - THE ASYLUM KIDS
released on CD in 1994 (Tusk, WOND 123), currently out-of-print

"Fight it with Your Mind" was one of those songs that sort of lodged itself into ones brain and never left. With it's sinister guitar and vocals it spirals around, dragging you into itself, at odds with the words as it's difficult to fight the song.

This is just one of the classic punk gems found on "Black Poem Jugglers" a compilation put together by the Asylum Kids and Benjy Mudie (practice for Retro Fresh perhaps?) Here are 18 hard hitting, hard rocking tracks. But despite the harshness of the record, this is never done to the detriment of tune. This is cleverly crafted punk music.

Listen to the quirky ska tinged "Girl Gone Solo" or the anthemic "Schoolboy" and you soon realise that you are listening to The Clash of the S.A. punk scene. Not just rowdy in your face noise that some punk bands tended to make, but it's an intelligent, politcally and socially driven compilation of tunes.

Robbi Robb's voice is angry but never out of control. It compliments his edgy guitar work and is ably backed up Dino Archon's rhythmic bass which add body to the songs. Drumming courtesy of Steve Howells completes the accomplished sound.

There is a dark side to some of the songs. "Johnny" is a particular example along with "Children of the Aethyr" (a previously unreleased track). The music on these tracks is haunting and foreboding. Not the kind of music you want to bump into in a dark alley. There are shades of early Cure and Bauhaus in these songs, but they never sound derived. As with other S.A. punk albums (especially Peach's "On Loan for Evolution"), there is a sound to it that distinguishes it from it's international counterparts. Lyrically it's the different social issues being protested against, but musically I think there are hints of township jive guitar that give the album it's different sound.

If you like raw, edgy rocky punk that maintains a high degree of tunefulness, then I suggest you seek out this album.

John Samson
mailto:john@sarockdigest.com

Asylum Kids on the net:
http://rock.co.za/legends/asylumkids

Robbi Robb on the net:
http://www.vechte.com/robbi_robb/

Peach on the net:
http://rock.co.za/legends/peach
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7. SHILOH'S CORNER
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LEE CLAYTON

Known as the outlaw of songwriters, Clayton gained reputation for writing songs for the inner circle of country music superstars such as Willie Nelson, Hoyt Axton, Waylon Jennings and Jerry Jeff Walker. Born in Alabama, Oak Ridge, Tennessee (Atomic city), he grew up listening to country blues. During the year of 1966 he flew jet fighters in Korea. In fact state of the art RF101 voodoo spotter planes nicknamed the widowmakers because a construction error causing the tail wings to tear apart.

In 1969 he moved to Nashville Tennessee and struck gold with a song he wrote called "Ladies love outlaws", a platinum hit for Waylon Jennings. His earlier albums developed a country edge and failed to capture the dying hippie market. Thanks to Phillip Donnelley, an Irish guitar picker, his released his border affair album which went to the top ten country and western charts. He was also ranked new male vocalist of the year. 1979 saw the release of his outstanding "Naked Child" album accompanied by his half breed wolf dog, called Elvis Firewolf.

Lee Clayton was seen as the Dylan of the eighties, with powerful and confronting lyrics, coupled by outstanding guitar and melody. The track, "I Ride Alone" had a brief charting in South Africa. The follow-up album, "The Dream Goes On" stimulated such powerful confrontation with the powers to be, that Clayton's disappearance in the late eighties created strong assumption that he had been removed by big brother. Clayton lived his songs and has now retired to writing books. Of note Bono of U2 has openly admitted he was the only country and western singer ever to have influenced him.

In 1989 teamed up with a group of Norwegians and toured the small clubs of Europe with a strong evangelical no nukes message. For those that have tasted Lee Clayton during the demise of the late seventies, he will not be easily forgotten, for true poets never are.

Recommended albums:
Naked Child
The Dream Goes On

Shiloh Noone
Blues and Variation
Fine Music Radio 101.3 FM
Wednesdays 10 pm
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8.FORUM
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MP3s

I have never been onto the Napster's site, but I did go out and buy the Radio Rats album "Into the Night We Slide" based purely on the download of 30 seconds odd of "ZX Dan" from the SA Rock Files website. I guess that as long as whole albums are not made available, the musicians and record companies should have no issue. From what I have read, the CD single is a regarded by record companies as loss leaders. So why make the loss if you can get the promotion free of charge?

Cheers
John

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WILD YOUTH

I came across the SA Rock Files quite by accident and ended up staying for a lengthy & nostalgic sojourn into years gone by. Being in my mid-30's, I've always wondered what happened to some of my fav artists from my "youth" - and your site has all the info and then some. I'm still a fan of "Asylum Kids" and "Dog Detachment", but search in vain for their CD's or MP3's ...

Alistair de Coning
mailto:adc243@iafrica.com

{Ed: CDs coming soon, thanks to Benjy Mudie and his Retro Fresh label}
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9.REQUESTS
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SA ROCK LEGENDS

I am looking for a contact for Bernie Millar (Circus); Alan Rose (Rosenberg) of Peach... also looking for pics of Falling Mirror as Gallo have lost the files and the band have no pics in their possession.

Mucho thanks and warm regards

Benjy (Mudie)
mailto:fresh@icon.co.za

SA Rock Legends on the net:
http://rock.co.za/legends

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CINDY ALTER

Wondering if you knew where Cindy Alter of
Clout/Cindy Alter Band/Zia is today. What a voice.
Any imfo would be appreciated.

PS I have just ordered Clout's Greatest Hits from One World.

mailto:Knobkerri@aol.com

Cindy Alter on the net:
http://www.cindyalter.com

Clout on the net:
http://www.clout.co.za

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ZIA

I am trying to replace a Zia album I bought whilst living in South Africa in 1984-1987. Would you possibly be able to give me the names of Zia's albums, and where I might be able to buy it.

Thanks in anticipation

Jimmy Palmer
mailto:jimmy.palmer@btinternet.com

Albums:
Aiz (1986)
Kan't Unjani (1987)
Woza Moya (1988)
Front Line (1989)

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REMEMBER VINYL?

I am a Norwegian vinyl collector. I am interested in any electronic music. With this I include; Synthpop, New Wave, Keyboard Punk, Electronics, Industrial, Dark/Cold Wave, EBM, Minimal Electronic, etc.

I am also interested in information on all similar stuff. Feel free to give recommendations about music like this in your country! Anything is of interest, especially obscure stuff. Also, if you can recommend some other contacts, that would be highly appreciated! Send me your list, if you have one!

Furthermore, I have a friend who collects Vince Clarke (Yazoo, Erasure,
early Depeche Mode, etc.). He asked me to check if there were any titles available from your country.

Hoping for a friendly and helpful reply! Thanks!

Yours truly

Nils-Inge Graven
mailto:electronils@hotmail.com

NILS-INGE GRAVEN
BJERKE 724
N-0589 OSLO
NORWAY

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CIRCUS

I am and was a keen fan of Circus in the late 70's. I would like to know where I can get a CD or tape of their album 'In The Arena'.

Cheers

Leon van Rensburg
mailto:leftyrsa@aol.com

{Ed: Circus should be out on CD sometime early next year... thanks to Retro Fresh again}

Circus on the net:
http://www.rock.co.za/files/circus_arena.html

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LINCOLN

I wonder if you can help me. My husband Jack was a member of the band Lincoln (some 30 years ago) and I would really like to know if there is anywhere in SA that I could get copies of all (or as many as possible) the songs they recorded in the late 60's / early 70's. They can be in cassette form, old singles and LP's or whatever. His birthday is coming up in January and I would like to put together some sort of "memoir".

Any help you can offer would really be appreciated as I know he would be chuffed with it.

Regards

Cheryl Thain
mailto:cherylt@concor.co.za

{Ed: Kevin Mason's homesite is dedicated to the bands he has played in, recorded and engineered, including The Gentle People, Lincoln, Bite, Gate Showband, and Salty Dog.
Visit http://www.geocities.com/mad_mason }

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10.ON THE NET
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ROEKELOOS
http://www.roekeloos.co.za/musiek.html

Afrikaans website for entertainment and a whole lot more...

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SOUND SOLUTIONS
http://rock.co.za/soundsolutions

SOUND SOLUTIONS is a new, Cape Town-based music resource that offers two main areas of expertise and assistance:

1) Music Searches - Assists in recommending and finding relevant music
soundtracks for television, cinema and radio commercials and
productions.

2) Music Licensing - Assists in obtaining the publishing and recording
rights for music to be used as soundtracks for commercials and other
productions.

For more info, please contact:
Graham Katz
(Tel) 021 418 -1920
(Fax) 021 421-5831
(Mobile) 082 674 0251
(email) mailto:g.k@iafrica.com

Stephen Segerman
(Tel) 021 461-9541
(email) mailto:sugar@cd.co.za

Sound Solutions
http://rock.co.za/soundsolutions
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11.WHATS ON
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AMETHYST

Amethyst will be rocking
The Big Easy in Kensington on
Thursday 14 December and
The Global Nite Club in the Alberton Mall on
Saturday 23 December.

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AUTHENTIC GIGS

Friday 15 December - DURBAN
Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Swamp.sound.system and a local Durban band
Venue: Bargo's, Durban

Saturday 16 December - MARGATE
Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: Margate Beach

Tuesday 19 December - KENTON ON SEA
FREE GIG: Midday on the Kenton-On-Sea Beachfront with Ethel My Love, Tweak and Swamp.sound.system

Wednesday 20 December - PORT ALFRED
Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: Barnacle, The Pier, Port Alfred

Friday 22 December - EAST LONDON
Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Wonderboom, Henry Ate, Swamp.sound.system and a local East London band
Venue: Settlers, East London

Saturday 23 December - PORT ELIZABETH
Sugardrive, Plum, Jimmy 12 Inch, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Wonderboom, Henry Ate, Swamp.sound.sytem
Venue: TBA

Tuesday 26 December - NATURES VALLEY
FREE GIG: Midday in Natures Valley with Ethel My Love, Tweak and Swamp.sound.system

Wednesday 27 December - KNYSNA
Wonderboom, Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: Tin Roof Blues, Knysna

Thursday 28 December - KNYSNA
Wonderboom, Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: Tin Roof Blues, Knysna

Friday 29 December - MOSSEL BAY
Wonderboom, Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Henry Ate, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: The Station, Mossel Bay

Saturday 30 December - PLETTENBERG BAY
Wonderboom, Sugardrive, Tweak, Ethel My Love, Henry Ate, Swamp.sound.system
Venue: Flashback, Plettenberg Bay

Sunday 31 December - PLETTENBERG BAY
Beach Dance Party
Venue: Plettenberg Bay Beach

FOR MORE INFORMATION
AUTHENTIC IDEAS: 011-646-6467
CLINT: 083-272-8436
NANCY: 083-310-2514
EMAIL: mailto:freshmaker@authentic.co.za

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BARLEYCORN
Cape Town's Music Club
http://twisted.co.za/barleycorn/

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BASSLINE

December:

Tues 12th: BIG VOICE JACK LEROLE - R30 - 9:30pm
Wed 13th: KWASSA NKEMBA - R30 - 9:30-pm
Thurs 14th & Fri 15th: VUSI KHUMALO - R40 - 9:30pm
Sat 16th: HILTON SHILDER - R30 - 9:30pm
Sun 17th: From Kenya: SIMBA MORRI - R30 - 9:00pm
Tues 19th: BIG VOICE JACK LEROLE - R30 - 9:30pm

Please note that performance starting time on Sunday is 9:00pm
Bookings: 011 - 482-6915

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THE BIG TREE
Gant's Centre, Strand
http://www.icon.co.za/~diner/gigs.htm

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DORP STRAAT TEATER, STELLENBOSCH

DESEMBER

Ma 11 & Do 14: Rory Rootenberg
Vr 15 & Sa 16: Piet Botha
So 17: Jazz
Wo 20: Die Grafsteensangers

Navrae en besprekings by
(021) 886-6107
083 4179 389
mailto:dorpteat@xsinet.co.za

Die nuutste programinligting ook op
http://www.stellenbosch.co.za

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FROSTED ORANGE

Frosted Orange plays at Cafe Camissa, Kloof Street, Cape Town, starting at 9h30 on Wednesday 13 December. There is no cover charge.

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HARBOUR MUSIC CLUB
The Troubadour, Kalk Bay

Every Wednesday night 8:30
Entrance R15 - bar available

Rob Anderson (021) 7891021
mailto:anderson@botzoo.uct.ac.za
Nadia Scaillet (021) 4489834
mailto:noid@netactive.co.za

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THE JAM

December

Wed 13: Jimmy 12" & Plum
Thurs 14: Sons of Trout
Sat 16: Efrain Toro and Guests
Mon 18: African Jazz Pioneers
Sat 23: Boo!
Wed 27: Cape of Storms - The highly successful double headline act of Nine and Brasse Vannie Kaap goes national this festive season ending their tour at The Jam.

For any more info, please contact us on 021-465 2106 or e-mail us at
mailto:live@thejam.co.za. Otherwise, our web-site http://www.thejam.co.za will give you all the latest info on what's up at The Jam.

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JESSE JORDAN

Lazy Lizzard - GEORGE
Friday 15 Dec 9pm R10

AL's - KNYSNA
with Just Jinger
Sunday 17 Dec 9pm

BIG TREE - Strand
Tuesday December 26 Rock Festival Sponsored by Bavaria 20:00-02:00
4 bands for R20

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JULIAN'S
http://www.julianlaxton.com

Wednesdays from 9 P.M. Blues Rock with "The Julian Laxton Band"
Fridays from 9 P.M. Blues with "The Mississippi Muthers"
Saturdays from 8.30 "THE LEGEND OF CLAPTON" featuring the Julian Laxton Band.. (Book at Computicket. Info 678-2880)
Sundays from 2 P.M. Beer Braai & Music in the Garden with Colin Shamley.
Sundays from 6.30 P.M. Fusion jazz with "Highway Jam".
Sunday 31 Dec. Julian's "New Years Bash" with "The Mississippi Muthers" and Friends.(Book early)

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LITTLE SISTER
http://www.littlesister.co.za

Saturday 16 December, Bruma Lake Flea Market 13h00-15h00
Sunday 17 December, Caesars Casino, Kempton Park, 18h00-20h00
Friday 22 December, The Tivoli Open Air Amphitheatre, The Boardwalk, Port Elizabeth. Bookings Call 041-5812245 / 041-5832246.
Show Opens at 20h00.
Saturday 23 December, Panorama Flea Market, Jhb South.
Sunday 24 December, Caesars Casino, Kempton Park,18h00 To 20h00

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MISS SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER and JANUARY GIGS

* SATURDAY 16 DECEMBER - ZEPPELLINS with Rootz
* SATURDAY 23 DECEMBER - NILE CROCODILE with Lunge
* WEDNESDAY 27 DECEMBER - PEPES PLACE with Sideshow and Lush Puppy
* NEW YEARS PARTY - AMANZIMTOTI with Sideshow and Lush Puppy
* WEDNESDAY 3 JANUARY - BAT CAFE with Crossing Point
* FRIDAY 05 JANUARY - THE WINSTON with Mike Hunt
* SATURDAY 06 JANUARY - ZAPPAS - PMB

for more info and bookings
EUTHANASIA
Claire Angelique
mailto:euthanasia@worldonline.co.za
mailto:claire@sideshow.co.za
083 247 9665
011-6148291

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PLETHORA

20th Dec - Hangklip Hotel
29th Dec - Hangklip Hotel

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ROEKELOOS - GIG GUIDE
http://www.roekeloos.co.za/musiek.html

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SARON GAS

December 11: The Station (Mossel Bay)
December 22: Rockerfellas (Natal South Coast)
December 23: Burn (Durban)

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SEMISANE

December:
Wednesday 13 & Friday 15 - East London (Buccaneers)
Saturday 16 - Plettenberg Bay (Flashbacks)
Wednesday 20 & Thursday 21 - Knysna (Tin Roof Blues)
Friday 22 - George (Hermann's Café)
Friday 29 - Cape Town (Independent Armchair Theatre)

Further details at:
http://www.click2music.co.za

Contact:
Daniel Barker (011) 242 3000
Martin Myers (021) 447 3422

Semisane on the net:
http://www.semisane.com

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SPRINGBOK NUDE GIRLS

Having just released their brand new album, "RELAXZOR", the Nudies kicked off their nationwide tour with a performances in Bloemfontein, Pretoria & Johannesburg and now heads for the coast in December. Fans of the band can expect to hear songs off the new release including the first single, "Unworldly Beauty", which is receiving extensive airplay on all major radio stations.

DECEMBER 2000

Tue 19th BarGo, Durban
Tue 26th The Jam, CapeTown TBC
Thu 28th Al's Dance Club, Knysna
Sat 30th Santos Beach, Mosselbay

For more information on the Springbok Nude Girls visit their website on
http://www.nudegirls.co.za or email mailto:girls@nudegirls.co.za for any queries.
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12.LINKS
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LINKS PAGES:

3rd EAR MUSIC
http://www.3rdearmusic.com/links.html

AMUZINE
http://rock.co.za/links.htm

SA ROCK FILES
http://www.sarockdigest.com/links

VAGABOND'S WORLD
http://rock.co.za/vagabond/links

ONE WORLD
http://www.oneworld.co.za/links.cfm

SA MUSICIANS ON THE NET FROM A TO Z
http://members.tripod.lycos.nl/Rembrandt/SAArtists.html

SEARCH ENGINE:

GOOGLE
http://www.google.com
Quick and accurate, highly recommended

ARTISTS:

BERNARD BINNS
http://www.bernardbinns.co.za

PIET BOTHA
http://rock.co.za/legends/pietbotha

JOHNNY CLEGG
http://www.johnnyclegg.com

FOUR JACKS AND A JILL
http://www.fourjacksandajill.co.za/

LIESL GRAHAM
http://www.lieslgraham.com

JACK HAMMER
http://rock.co.za/jackhammer

JESSE JORDAN
http://www.jessejordan.co.za

KOOS KOMBUIS
http://www.kooskombuis.co.za

JULIAN LAXTON
http://www.julianlaxton.com

LITTLE SISTER
http://www.littlesister.co.za

OFF THE EDGE
http://rock.co.za/offtheedge

RABBITT
http://www.rabbitt.co.za

RADIO RATS
http://rock.co.za/legends/radiorats

SEMISANE
http://www.semisane.com

SHARKBROTHER
http://listen.to/sharkbrother

SKINCAGE
http://www.realmusic.co.za/skincage

ARCHIVES:

3rd EAR MUSIC
http://www.3rdEarMusic.com

SOUTH AFRICA'S ROCK FILES
The online archive for the History of South African Rock
http://rock.co.za/sarock

SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO CHARTS 1969-1989
http://rock.co.za/charts

MESSAGE BOARD:

TOO GOOD TO BE FORGOTTEN
Post your message on the SA Rock message board
http://www.sarockdigest.com/messageboard

NEWS:

AMUZINE
News, views, reviews and interviews
http://rock.co.za/

AFRICAN INVASION OF ROCK
http://www.air.org.za

POWERZONE
http://www.powerzone.co.za

STAGE
http://www.stage.co.za

SHOPPING:

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

RECORD COMPANIES, LABELS & STUDIOS:

AFRIMUSIK
http://www.afrimusik.com

BMG
http://www.click2music.co.za/

CAVEMAN PRODUCTIONS
Kevin Shirley's virtual cave
http://www.cavemanproductions.com

MELT2000
http://www.melt2000.com

MOUNTAIN RECORDS
http://www.mountain-africa.com

SUNSET RECORDING STUDIOS
Stellenbosch
http://www.sunsetrecording.com

RESOURCES:

BACKSTAGE
http://www.backstage.co.za/

SOUND SOLUTIONS
http://rock.co.za/soundsolutions

MAGAZINES:

AMUZINE
African Music Magazine
http://rock.co.za

STAGE
http://www.stage.co.za

RADIO:

SAFM (104-107KHz)
Sugar, Digest co-editor, chats to Bruce Millar every Wednesday at about 10.30am
http://www.safm.co.za

BOOKS:

THE HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Garth Chilvers and Tom Jasiukowicz (TOGA, 1994)
http://www.sarockdigest.com/book

TRIVIA:

CLIMB UP ON MY MUSIC
A site dedicated to Rodriguez, the Sugar Man
http://www.sarockdigest.com/rodriguez

SPACE HYMNS
Ramases
http://rock.co.za/ramases

VAGABOND'S WORLD
Rock Trivia
http://rock.co.za/vagabond

PIOTR'S GREEN PAGES
Discographies and lyrics for the legends of rock
http://www.zetosa.com.pl/piotrus/greenpages

MUSIC ON-LINE:

DIGITAL CUPBOARD
African MP3s
http://www.digitalcupboard.co.za

We are happy to exchange links with any good website supporting SA music. A good website should be informative, regularly updated and linked back to us. If you already link to us and you believe your link should be here, please contact Brian Currin at mailto:sarock@sarockdigest.co.za

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BACK ISSUES
http://www.sarockdigest.com/archives
Online and keyword searchable

DOWNLOAD
Download all back issues of the Digest as a zip file (just over 1MB).
http://www.rock.co.za/files/sarockdigest.zip
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14.CONTRIBUTIONS
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South African and International -- past, present and future.

All contributions, reviews, press releases, requests, searches and
comments are most welcome.

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15.CONTACT DETAILS
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EDITORS

Brian Currin
mailto:vagabond@sarockdigest.com
http://www.sarockdigest.com
http://rock.co.za/vagabond

Stephen Segerman
mailto:sugar@cd.co.za
http://rock.co.za

Postal Address:
Brian Currin
PO Box 521
Eppindust
7460
Cape Town
South Africa

MAIN CONTRIBUTORS

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mailto:kurt@sarockdigest.com

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mailto:john@sarockdigest.com

Shiloh Noone, South Africa
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