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The tape which first inspired Paul Simon to visit South Africa in 1985 to record Graceland

If you’re a fan of Graceland, there’s a pretty amazing mix called “Paths To Graceland” that my friend @anorwood sent me of music similar to what inspired Simon’s album.

The tape which first inspired Paul Simon to visit South Africa in 1985 to record Graceland

If you’re a fan of Graceland, there’s a pretty amazing mix called “Paths To Graceland” that my friend @anorwood sent me of music similar to what inspired Simon’s album.

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  1. saintfranklin reblogged this from austinkleon and added:
    About two months ago I rediscovered that mixtape and made a playlist on Spotify: the roots of rhythm remain I couldn’t...
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    The tape which first inspired Paul Simon to visit South Africa in 1985 to record Graceland austinkleon, who adds
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    reblogging to remind myself to check this out later
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    Do all yourselves a favor and dig this.
  8. mattyschindler reblogged this from austinkleon and added:
    This made for a nice listen.
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  10. stamos reblogged this from austinkleon and added:
    VERY COOL
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    Gratuitous reblog because it really is worth listening to. Also an excuse to point to links about mbaqanga music, which...
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