FILM REVIEW: Searching for Sugar Man – Times LIVE

Rodriguez
Rodriguez

If you’re a South African of a certain age, it’s almost certain you grew up listening to the music of Rodriguez.

Here in South Africa and across the way in the antipodes – by way largely of South African expats, one assumes – the gravelly tones of the songs from his 1971 album Cold Fact were the background to braais, joint-passing car trips and parties.

via FILM REVIEW: Searching for Sugar Man – Times LIVE.

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  1. i enjoyed the film but it completely ignored the appreciation for Rodriguez the we share here in Australia

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