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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.
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.
Giving Voice to The Hidden Years
The two page article refers to the systematic recording and collection of music from the mid-1960s by David Marks, a rare compilation of works not played by mainstream music avenues. A brief history as well as an overview ...
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.
Music Ends for Maskandi's 14
The article pertains to African musician Mlahleni James Shabalala"14" who had died at his home in Bergville the previous week. Additional information surrounding his professional music career was also included as well as ...
Death of Popular Musician Mike Smith
The article refers to the colourful and talented musician Mike Smith who had passed away after a short spell of illness. The author also makes mention of his character and music talents.
Folk Festival a Hit
The article reflects on the third annual Folk Music and Songwriters' Festival which was hosted at the Sanctuary of Love located in Melville.
The Corrupt Parallel Universe that Defines Our Constitutional Order
The author focuses on an incident in which public prosecutor, Vusi Pikoli, stated that he had been offered his position back by the ANC on condition that he wouldn’t pursue charges against President Jacob Zuma as stated ...
Preserving a Rich Cultural Heritage
The article reflects on an exhibition at Durban's KwaMuhle Museum which pays tribute to the musical history of Africa. The exhibition includes recording made by the museum which included recordings made between 1930 and ...