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South African music,Township Jazz 3rd Ear Music - 26th Edition - The David Marks & The Hidden Years Music Archive Projectupdated: 22 Jan 2018 - previous edition South African music,Township Jazz

HYMAP logoYoung Zulu Surfers – Pumula Beach by Dylan Marks (2010)3rd Ear Music's Hidden Years Archive Project is a unique collection of alternative SAfrican music. Live Recorded desk-mixes from Township to City Festivals, Concerts, Clubs & independent Studios - 1964 to date. For archive re-issues & current 3rd Ear productions speak to us! - we can customize copies provided all the necessary permission, copyright & licensing is cleared. See copyright note below >>

> Hidden Years Music Archive Project Page from the University of Stellenbosch facebook.com/hiddenyearsmusicarchiveproject or on twitter @HYMAProject

Dr. Lizabé Lambrechts (072 372 4140Volkswagen Stiftung Research Fellow, Stellenbosch University.
Project Manager: Hidden Year Music Archive Project (HYMAP) 
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow - 3rd Ear / David Marks Archive Project

The Tube interview with the director Dr. Lizabé Lambrechts David’s HYMAProject at the University of Stellenbosch.
watch the video >>

“Service is the rent we pay for room on this planet” (Shirley Chisholm)
50 odd years on and we are still collecting, recording & sharing SAfrican contemporary words & music.

Free People Concert>> Wits Review on the Free People Concert
It has been 46 years since the first Free People’s Concert was held at Wits in 1971.
...read more on the pdf (6MB) >>

Bill Hanley Mixing at Woodstock 1969 by David Marks>> HYMAP CONCERT 7th Sept 2017
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>> Funding
This 24th website edition was kindly sponsored by an anonymous donour from the USA. The long-term aim is to raise funds privately and thru’ the commercial record industry by forming a Section 21 trust; first by generating ‘seed’ funding for the envisaged MALM, and for the main 3rd Ear Music / David Marks / Hidden Years Music Archive at the UoS / DOMUS. 3rd Ear Music has approx. 1,200 copyrights and some 100 commercially available audio masters and many dozens of limited edition HY Archive CD’s, DVD’s and Photos that could
be sold to generate royalties and income.
...read also >>

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