Monthly Archives: August 2012

CD Review: “Searching for Sugar Man” by Sixto Rodriguez | INsite Magazine blog

Don’t doubt it, the Holy Grail of Rock has been found in the form of Sixto Rodriguez’s two lone LP’s dating back more than 40 years. The albums, Cold Fact (1970) and Coming Out of Reality (1971), have been dug

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From the Vaults: Rodriguez live at Whale Hall, Hartenbos, Mossel Bay, 17 September 2001

What a wonderful evening! Rodriguez rocked the Whale Hall in Hartenbos and despite some comments to the contrary I think the new arrangements of his songs are stunning. The saxes really drive songs like ‘Climb Up On My Music’ and

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Searching for Sugar Man » Miami Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation Lawyers – Black, Srebnick, Kornspan & Stumpf -

There is something about this film; I can’t stop telling people to see it. It is unbelievable. One of a kind. Thrilling. It sends chills down your spine. Literally. What a story. If the facts were not so well documented,

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Searching For Sugar Man film opens in South Africa Today | Ster-Kinekor

More info at Ster-Kinekor

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Rodriguez “Searching For Sugar Man” Available Now! | Sony Music Africa

Video says “includes 3 previously unreleased songs” but this is not true.

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BLOWN AWAY: SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN is a must see!

I’m definitely behind the curve on this one! Went to check out Searching For Sugar Man at the Curzon in Soho yesterday and was blown away. I like to see documentaries on the big screen… it’s a different experience… you

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‘Cold Fact’ by Rodriguez was the de facto soundtrack for road trips | Helene Dancer

Growing up in South Africa, ‘Cold Fact’ by Rodriguez was the de facto soundtrack for road trips to Cape Town and nights down a bottle of Black Label. I didn’t really give the album a second thought; it was just

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