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Transitions - Lesego Rampolokeng with the Kalahari Surfers - End Beginnings (CD, Album)

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  1. The third Kalahari Surfers LP released by ReR during was Sleep Armed. Warrick had desided to move to London after completion of this album and put together the first Surfers live touring band. Through Recommended Records they played a series of concerts in Europe culminating in the Festival of political song in East Germany.
  2. Lesego Rampolokeng was born on 27 July in Orlando West, Soweto when South Africa was still under apartheid. The violence of this state system and the opposition it provoked, with all the accompanying effects (so-called collateral damage), shaped him from childhood.
  3. Jun 17,  · (6) (10) “Heavyweight” and “Sebokeng Siege” was performed by Lesego Rampolokeng and the Kalahari Surfers. Tracks were from the album End Beginnings and courtesy of ReR Recommended ©
  4. He collaborated with the Kalahari Surfers on the track "The Desk," found on the album End Beginnings. He is directly influenced by the writings of Frantz Fanon and he comes from the Black Consciousness era of the s and s. Horns for Hondo (, COSAW) launched Rampolokeng.
  5. A fourth album Bigger Than Jesus '89 was banned in S.A. but unbanned after an appeal, and the title changed to Beachbomb; the fifth album was End Beginnings '90, a collaboration with Sowetan beat poet Lesego Rampolokeng, through Recommended. A tour of Brazil included Lesego. A CD compilation The Eighties Vol. 1 came out on.
  6. Lesego Rampolokeng - End Beginnings music CD album at CD Universe, Black South African poet with the legendary Kalahari Surfers in a radical mix of rap/reggae and experimental.
  7. He collaborated with the Kalahari Surfers on the track “The Desk,” found on the album End Beginnings. He is directly influenced by the writings of Frantz Fanon and he comes from the Black Consciousness era of the s and s. Horns for Hondo (, COSAW) launched Rampolokeng’s writing career.
  8. The early 90's saw a collaboration with Sowetan rebel poet Lesego Rampolokeng resulting in the album 'End Beginnings'. Which took them on a tour of Brazil and France during the mid 90s. This was also released in London through REcRec. Lesego is the most powerful black voice to emerge from the 80s with his brain intact.
  9. Lesego Rampolokeng with the Kalahari Surfers, "The Desk" (End Beginnings, Shifty import) Cypress Hill, "Insane in the Brain," "When the Sh-- Goes Down" (Black Sunday, Ruffhouse/Columbia) Chuck Higgins, "Rock 'n' Roll AKA Oh Yeah," "Is It Real" (Pachuko Hop, Specialty) Duds: Guru, Jazzmatazz Volume 1 (Chrysalis) Aaron Hall, The Truth (Silas/MCA).

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