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Unformatted text preview: 2, 1982] • One of the most popular of Juluka’s Zulu songs. • • - built following by going around commercial structures of record companies o was essentially an independent group, but had a small record deal o did guerilla concerts where they could get publicity and give cassettes • - black SA music was limited on radio, and radios also wouldn’t allow a white man playing black music to air • - but government didn’t want to come down too hard, wanted to look good in light of apartheid and Children’s rebellion, but didn’t want this to get too out • - eventually got so popular that they had to air them • - built up a following, and in 1981, got a record deal with Warner Brothers Records o Scatterlings was the record to come out of this, symbolized humanity having...
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