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He began his musical career in the mid 1970s and pioneered the use of Cape Afrikaans and South African English in his lyrics, often using both languages in the same song. His first album titles BAKGAT! issued by Mountain Records was released in 1980, and was immediately banned, because it was considered too political and vulgar for the South African citizens.

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Beatenberg is a fresh new face in pop music from South Africa. Or rather, three faces, handsome and young and intelligent. The faces are of Matthew Field, who also has a beautiful voice and plays the guitar, Ross Dorkin, who has beautiful hands that play the bass, and Robin Brink, who has a beautiful life-force and plays the drums like a nutcase.

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A trumpeter, flugelhornist, cornetist, composer and singer whose career spans four decades, Masekela was part of South Africa’s first Youth Orchestra Huddleston Jazz Band (formed 1956) and formed the Jazz Epistles, who later became the first African Jazz group to record an LP.

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She is a versatile choreographer and teacher able to communicate and work with students, professional dancers/performers, artistic directors and producers alike.

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