Cass Cafe – No Cover
Donovan’s Pub – No Cover
The Park Bar – $5 Cover
with Dave Shettler, Brad Hales and Matt Smith
Roy Gordon wrote:
My wife and I attended the Vancouver – South Africa film festival yesterday and were entranced by Afrikaaps and the Rewind Cantata.
Could you advise where we may obtain the DVD’s of each as well as the CD for the Rewind Cantata.
Andrew Neill wrote:
I’m trying to trace a song with the following lyrics:
Without you they could make the sun go cold/Lock me up in a trunk till I grow old/ … without you …
I have a verse or two of it on a worn cassette tape recorded off Radio Good Hope or the SABC English Service sometime in 1981.
I have found it on a Dennis East album on www.worldofcountry.com but the version I have is slightly more up-tempo and has female backing vocals. A friend suggests Tommy Dell or someone of that group of SA country singers. Do you have any idea of who else may have recorded it?
This is a completely different song to the Badfinger / Harry Nilsson / Maria Carey song with the same title.
This newly formed Pretoria band represents conscious Afrikaans rap that is light and spirited.
This third single (and latest video) from their hit album ‘Skop, Skiet & Donner’ is Van Coke Kartel’s version of the Koos du Plessis classic from the early eighties. The musical treatment by producer Peach van Pletzen, as well as Francois van Coke’s unique rendition, makes the song a remarkable tribute to a South African icon.
Cape-based band share this single off their new album Die Vloed, which can be described as a big, classic-progressive rock production reminiscent of the concept albums of the 70’s.
What do you get when you mix an electro drummer, funk rock guitarist, afro bassist and jazz singer? Enjoy this panoramically eclectic slice of Afro-pop off this brand-savvy band’s debut CD, Technicolour.
Opening track on the self-titled debut album featuring the smooth melodic Bosmont jazz of Isja on the Shifty Records anti-apartheid record label.
Mila is the former lead guitarist for the Hillsong Cape Town Worship Band during iis currently in the SAMA-winning Proxy Worship Band.
Tribe After Tribe’s unique blend of psychedelic African rock has received high praise from the media in Europe, UK and North America.
Slashing their way out of the Nationalist Party ideology, the Gereformeerde Blues Band charted the wide open spaces of a new Afrikaner rebellion. They share this track off their Eet Kreef album.
The 23-year-old who goes by the alias Catman has just released his independently produced kwaito album, ‘Western Sesotho’.
A track off the self-titled debut album from this Western Cape based singer with the unique voice and mixture of traditional and modern country.
Wysdiman is a 4-piece Afrikaans Rock band from Johannesburg. This is the first single off their new “2000 en Nag” album.
From the album ‘Wie Is Bernoldus Niemand’, Bernoldus shares this track which was recorded under SA music icon James Phillips’ alter ego, and which could be regarded as the album that started all the trouble! The songs are mostly about smoking zol, girls, cars, the army, moustaches, Springs, Pretoria and other aspects of white trash SA lifestyles.
Louis Lawrence wrote:
I wonder if you have information on The Staccatos from 1971 onwards (The lead singer at the time (Steve Lonsdale) left the band in 1971. Do you know who was (or were) the followup lead singer(s). How long did the group then stay active? (or are they still?) Did they realease any more albums?