Rodriguez Rocks: Live in Australia

 

Rodriguez
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Sixto Rodriguez, the legendary icon responsible for ageless classics such as “Sugar Man,” “I Wonder” and “Climb up on My Music,” is set to release a new live album comprised of recordings taken from his wildly successful 2014 tour of Australia.
The legendary self-taught guitarist’s love affair with Australia is well documented, and ‘Rodriguez Rocks: Live In Australia’ perfectly captures the chemistry that the platinum selling artist shares with his fans down under.
‘Rodriguez Rocks: Live In Australia’ provides a glimpse into the electric atmosphere that followed Rodriguez’ tour around Australia in 2014. The album features Rodriguez originals that have etched themselves rock ‘n’ roll history, as well as a few cover tunes that the Detroit, Michigan singer-songwriter indeed makes his own.
Opening up proceedings with perennial favourite “Climb up on My Music” off his 1971 studio album ‘Coming from Reality,’ Rodriguez takes a walk through a back catalogue that made him a legend. “Street Boy,” which was originally released on Rodriguez’ first Australian live album, 1981’s ‘Alive,’ makes an appearance, while his cover of Jefferson Airplane’s counterculture classic “Somebody To Love” is a shining example of the all-encompassing nature of Rodriguez’ music taste.
The final tune on the album is also taken from the pen of another music legend, with Frank Sinatra’s “Learnin’ the Blues” getting the Sixto Rodriguez treatment to a tee.

Mabu Vinyl featured in 40 Things To Do In Cape Town Under R200 | Travelstart

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Browse and buy vinyl at Mabu

Mabu Vinyl Cape Town

Cost: Vinyl – from R50 to R600. Shooting the breeze with Stephen – priceless.

The art of record collecting is alive and well in Cape Town City Bowl where Mabu Vinyl is at the forefront of this niche sub-culture. Stephen Segerman of Searching for Sugar Man fame is co-owner of the store and is usually available for a spirited chat about the 2012 hit movie in which he featured. Mabu stocks a rare selection of classics with a catalogue including second-hand records, books, comics, CDs, DVDs and cassettes. The store in Gardens is open 7 days a week.

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Rotter and Friends – Wisdom » Rodriguez Official Shirts Come To Reality

Rodriguez Tee Shirt
Rodriguez Tee Shirt

I am so proud to release the first official illustrated tee shirts of Rodriguez and honored to have been asked to scribble the magic, approved by the man himself. Special thanks to Light In The Attic, David Black (photographer of wonder), Stella Berkofsky, and Rodriguez’s family, for helping make this project happen. Rodriguez’s music is a very personal labor of love-it has hit many heart strung moments and inspired greatly for ages. Beyond that, his story is legendary even beyond the gifts he gives all musically: selfless, talented, and genuine: we salute.

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