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3rd Ear Music News and Notes
This document is the newsletter of 3rd Ear Music and is a compilation of news, notes, Mark's home letters as well as local music news. This includes the projects for 1993, Tusk music-industry success story of Words or Ivory ...
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.
The newspaper article expands on David Marks' music career and attached achievements. Much of the information has been taken from the document listed as hy-dm-docs-marks-001.
The article was written in reaction to the death of Shabalala. Some contextual information about the musician has been included alongside a mention of David Marks and 3rd Ear Music who had organised many of his shows.
Talent Without Fame : SA Is Deaf To Many Of Its Good Musicians
The article acknowledges the lack of support for South African musicians amongst the public and record companies during the early 1970s. An interview with David Marks discussed these issues as well as promoted the upcoming ...
3rd Ear Music : Another Great South African Musician Passes On …
The document resembles a short biography with colour photographs of Mlahleni Jame "14" Shabalala published by 3rd Ear Music and the Hidden Years Music Archive Project.
3rd Ear Music's commercial involvement
This document lists all 3rd Ear Music's commercial involvements. This includes Madonsini, Umkhonto Ka Zulu and Sipho Mchunu.
Indie Label Boom
This item contains two articles. The first article is about the development of Indie music and Rhino Records. The second article is a discussion between Bob Biggs and Harold Bronson on the Indie label boom.
Bob Dylan Inspired Concert
The item consists of a black and white photograph with a caption stating that music and lyrics in an upcoming concert was done by Bob Dylan and performed by the Elastic Band featuring David Marks and Richard Haines. The ...
Sing-A-Long at the Clovagalix Restaurant
The newspaper advertises weekly sing-a-longs on Tuesday and Thursdays hosted at the Clovagalix Restaurant with Ashley Parker.