Black Cab Sessions

Season 1 Episode 82


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A midnight session could not have been more apt for a musician who's seminal work spent nothing short of thirty years in the dark. Unjustifiably so. Yet such is the tale of Senior Rodrigeuz, the author of a cross-cultural cult with a status unnoticed; a legend quietly born. It was 1969 when his best known album, Cold Fact, was released. It sank like a stone in the States, yet unbenounced to him produced a veritable ricochet effect across South Africa and its environs. Thus it is some 40 years later that we found ourselves sat with this little known music hero in the back of a cab, with him playing "Inner City Blues" for us. Music ain't the half of it. The man is an angel - couldn't be warmer, who as you'll hear can certainly sing. Enjoy this - it comes from as big a legend as we are likely to get, let alone hear.moreless

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