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Old 02.20.2013, 03:36 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Skuj
I'm shocked at how good those two early 70s albums are, and how they were almost universally overlooked for decades. He reminds me of a kinder, gentler Dylan circa Blood On The Tracks.

Am I the only one here feeling the love for The Sugar Man?

hellz no man. all of south africa is with you.

(i have that movie in my netflix queue, since i missed the theatrical release. looks very promising)

been listening to his stuff for some months now though. highly enjoyable, and a little sad.
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