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David Marks : Biographical Information
The document includes biographical information pertaining to David Marks with regard to his professional music career in South Africa and abroad.
RCA : Victor
The item consists of two papers. The first refers to the RCA Victor label whilst the other document consists of handwritten notes listing the contents of the vinyl which had risen to No. 1 in only three weeks.
Dave Marks' Column
The magazine column written by David Marks refers to two musicians specifically, Jon Clegg and Sipho Mchunu who stayed in South Africa despite the limitations.
Master Jack Recorded by Four Jacks and A Jill on RCA42-004
The item consists of four pages, the first representing a cover printed in orange with a photograph of the musical group with a caption stating that the words and music were written and composed by David Marks. The remaining ...
Taxi Carnival Could Be Answer to Our Problems
The article pertains to a proposal for a taxi carnival in which people either indirectly or directly connected to the taxi service would have a voice regarding the problems with taxi's. The idea proposed for South Africa ...
News : Forgive and Forget
The document was published by 3rd Ear Music addressed to Roger Lucey. The typed contents on the document is not clear and cannot be read.
3rd Ear Music : Shabalala
The email requested Radio uKhozi to play one or two tracks of the remastered HY Archive Project copy of '14' Shabalala as a tribute to his death.
Using Music As An Instrument of Peace
The article expands of the notion of music and how it can serve a functional as well as relatable concept throughout the world. The article is rooted in political undertones.
Biography/ Information of David Marks
The document was compiled for the Arts Festival in which David Marks was scheduled to give a show named, "David Marks : Coming Home", a performance comprising of songs and stories from the Rocking Chair. The document serves ...
All Go On The Folk SceneDave Marks Talks To Anne StevensTop Single from Dave
The first article is based on an interview with David Marks whereby folk became the main focus. The second article pertains to a discussion between Dave Marks and Anne Stevens on the importance of song writers singing about ...