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Susan Cowsill’s 39-year trip to an opening spot with Rodriguez | Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone?

I’m sitting here wondering why I don’t have any photos of Susan Cowsill. Even before starting this blog, I often took photos at shows to create lasting memorabilia. I’m not sure if I’ve even seen her since 2009, when this

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Mabu Vinyl, listed at no. 10 of 27 Breathtaking Record Stores You Have To Shop At Before You Die

Mabu Vinyl is a must music shopping in South Africa. Spanning genre, mediums, and decades, its beautiful store has something for everyone. They even have a large stock of music-related zines. via 27 Breathtaking Record Stores You Have To Shop

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‘Sugar Man’ Rodriguez opens Montreux Jazz Festival | Reuters

(Reuters) – American singer-songwriter Sixto “Sugar Man” Rodriguez, virtually unknown a few years ago, opened the Montreux Jazz Festival on Thursday, which American producer and its former co-director Quincy Jones calls the “Rolls Royce of music festivals.” Fresh from the

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Review – Rodriguez @ Hammersmith Apollo, London, June 8 2013 | Young & Serious

It’s not often that an artist plays a sold-out, 5,000 capacity venue at the age of 70. It’s even less common that an artist does this feat having only released two studio albums that, initially, sold poorly. But, that is

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Rodriguez – Bonus song (Dead End Street) from “Tracks” (Arte Channel). Program33.

  Dead End Street originally recorded by Lou Rawls in 1967.   Not to be confused with Dead End Street by The Kinks in 1966 which is a different song.

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Rodriguez – Sugar Man (RocknRolla Soundsystem Edit)

Sixto Rodríguez is an American folk musician from Detroit. His career initially proved short-lived with two little-sold albums in the early 1970s. Unbeknownst to him, however, his work became extremely successful and influential in South Africa, although there he was

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A Night To Remember, 7th March 1998

From Sweet Songs To Street Songs From the simplistic, yet instantly recognisable bass guitar intro of I Wonder, to the last fading echoes of Forget It, this was a show that enthralled everyone from the die-hard old fans with their balding

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