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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 ...
The item consists of two sides of a Roger Lucey vinyl cover for the album, "Crossroads". The cartoons reveal strong political undertones connected to the oppression experienced in South Africa.
From the That Master Built…
The documents included a short context and write-up pertaining to the 3rd Ear Music company which was accompanied by a list of locally released 3rd Ear/ Stanyan Africa Records and internationally released Stanyan Records ...
Pact Music and 3rd Ear Music Presents the 1993 Singers Song Writers Project : Exploring the Tradition of the Modern SA Troubadour
The brochure includes some contextualisation surrounding the project and performances as well as a final line-up of musicians listed according to the days in which they were scheduled to perform.
Digital Recording of Steve Newman and Tony Cox in Concert
The advertisement includes a black and white photograph of Steve Newman and Tony Cox and promotes a newly released vinyl of an hour concert they performed in under the 3rd Ear label, listed as EZ 8001. The recording was ...
Return of Musicians and Natal Peace Festival
This document is a proposal for the return of South African musicians in exile and a Natal Peace Festival.
This item contains two documents. The first document is some biographical information on the group Leatherette. The second document is a press release of Leatherette performing at the Chelsea.
Woodstock Music and Art Fair presents An Aquarian Exposition in White Lake, N. Y.
The first page includes a short write up pertaining to the Splashy Fen Festival event which included a mention of some outstanding musicians and highlights of the event whilst the second page included lyrics of "Fairygold" ...
Mandela Natal Peace Rally
The cover pertains to the recording of the ANC Peace Rally which took place at Kings Park, Durban. The address by Comrade Nelson Mandela was documented and recorded on a CD alongside the song "Mandela S.A" by 14 Shabalala.