Underground Mod Obscurity from South Africa • South African take on the London Beat scene, mixing British beat, R&B, reggae and funk • “Reggae Shh!” and “Reggae Meadowlands” - both issued on 45 in the UK and Italy - became huge underground hits on the Mod scene. • Zorro Five were top-flight session musicians whose once-off inspiration won them the 1971 South African Recording Industry award for “Best Beat Group” • Zane Cronje (organ, keyboards) was a prolific composer, Johnny Fourie (guitar) was later called out by John McLoughlin as “one of the greatest guitar players of our epoque”. • First international release as 180 heavyweight black vinyl
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They all seem to have fun playing together and playing Sarah's songs. The best thing about it, it's fun to listen too. And amazing to explore the different sounding keys as much as the musical twists included by all of them. freejazzy