The Black Notes - African Style (Vinyl)

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  5. • Originally produced by Joe Boyd. • Re-mastered audio, double gatefold album, heavyweight g vinyl. • Unseen photographs by Val Wilmer. • New liner notes by Richard Haslop join the historical dots. Dudu Pukwana and the Spears recorded in London, but were only ever released in South Africa.
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