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Concord still flying after all these years

Having worked with internationally renowned artists such as Abdullah Ibrahim, Zim Ngqawana, Hugh Masekela, Ray Phiri and Johnny Clegg just to mention a few; Concord Nkabinde can be hailed as a musical legend in his own right. 2,487 more words

South Africa

Desert Island Discs

I have only ever listened to one ‘Desert Island Discs’ episode in my life. That is to say, I have only ever listened to one… 1,289 more words

A fact you can't eVoid

Between travels, we were able to take in a concert by eVoid once again at Putney’s Half Moon, and as usual, I couldn’t resist looking for historical links. 536 more words

Remembrance

My South African playlist

I didn’t anything about South African music before coming to Jo’burg. Well, not exactly true. I knew a bit. But not much. You’ll see that later. 562 more words

Johannesburg

Scatterlings and Great Hearts

It’s little wonder his weekend concert at Kirstenbosch was sold out weeks ago.  At 61, Johnny Clegg, icon of the South African music industry, still makes the hair on my arms rise when he performs songs that were instrumental in bringing South African Afro-pop and Mbaqanga* music to the world stage. 111 more words

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Shadow Man

Shadow Man

Johnny Clegg & Savuka

Side One

Human Rainbow
Talk to the People
Too Early for the Sky
I Call Your Name
Take My Heart Away… 17 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Third World Child

Jonathan “Johnny” Clegg (born 7 June 1953) is a British-born musician and anthropologist from South Africa, who has recorded and performed with his bands Juluka and Savuka, and more recently as a solo act, occasionally reuniting with his earlier band partners. 149 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl