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Rodríguez On World Cafe

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Rodriguez On World Cafe

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Detroit singer Sixto Rodriguez's sweet voice and socially conscious lyrics made him a legend in apartheid-era South Africa. This photo appears on the cover of his second album, Coming from Reality (1971). Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Rodriguez: Forgotten In America, Exalted In Africa

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Rodriguez in Studio on World Cafe, 9/08/08

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1969 Record By Detroit's Rodriguez Resurfaces

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