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Africa She Too Can Cry

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  • The Return (Mark Kahn) from Africa She Too Can Cry /
    The Rolling Of The Bones (Ramsay Mackay) Listen (1972) from Africa She Too Can Cry, EMI Parlophone, SPD 3051

    cover scan supplied by Andrew King

    Orang Outang (Ramsay MacKay) Listen unreleased on an album, from the 'Africa She Too Can Cry' sessions /
    Uvuyo (Dave Ornellas/ Mark Kahn/ Ramsay MacKay) (1972) EMI Parlophone, SPD 3052

    Kalahari Dry

    Kalahari Dry (Dave Ornellas) unreleased on an album, from the 'Africa She Too Can Cry' sessions /
    The Return (Mark Kahn) (November 1972) Groovy, GY 101

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    Advert from Sunday Times Supplement, November 19, 1972

    Orang Outang (Ramsay MacKay) Listen /
    Dark Side Of The Moon (Ramsay MacKay) Listen (1972 - UK release) B&C CB 194 credited to JoBurg Hawk

    Orang Outang (Ramsay MacKay) Listen /
    Dark Side Of The Moon (Ramsay MacKay) (February 1973 - UK release) B&C CB 202 credited to JoBurg Hawk

    I bought a 7" single at an old record shop here yesterday......'Orang Otang' by "JoBurg Hawk". I looked at the detail on the 'Africa she too can cry' page and noticed that my 7" single is not the same.

    Cat no CB 194 on "The Famous Charisma Label" B&C Records
    Produced 1972 (not 1973) by Geoff Lonstein
    A side: Orang Otang (note different spelling!) composed by Ramsay Mackay
    B side: Dark Side of the Moon composed by Ramsay Mackay
    -- Mike Greeff, UK, September 1999
    'Orang Outang' was released on a Various Artists compilation in 1972 titled '25 Blockbusters' on EMI Brigadiers, catalogue number BRS (D) 340/1
    -- Tertius Louw, May 2000
    25 BlockBusters

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    Info and scans supplied by Tertius Louw, Mike Greeff and Andrew King.

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