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SABC Internal Correspondence: Restricted Records memo no. 279

Theme: Radio Silence


Call Number: D02.02.06
Identifier: AL3296_D02.02.06
Title: SABC Internal Correspondence: Restricted Records memo no. 279
Date: 20 April 1989
Subject: BMW;
Donker, Donker Land;
Eet Kreef;
Energie;
Gereformeerde Blues Band - GBB;
Johannes Kerkorrel;
Radio control;
Shifty Records;
Sit Dit Af;
South African Broadcasting Corporation - SABC;
Ou, Ou Lied van Afrika
Description: This SABC internal correspondence memo no. 279, dated 20 April 1989, informs the Central Record Library Supervisor that the following songs from the Afrikaans album 'Eet Kreef!' by Johannes Kerkorrel en die Gereformeerde Blues Band (GBB), released by Shifty Records in 1989, are not be used in any programme of the SABC's services: 'Sit Dit Af', 'Donker, Donker Land', 'Energie', 'BMW', 'Ou, Ou Lied van Afrika'. Obtained from the SABC Record Library and digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2014. Included in the SAHA physical and/or virtual exhibitions 'What you won't hear on the radio', developed to mark the 30th birthday of Shifty Records and the 25th anniversary of the Voƫlvry tour.
Creator: South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)
Type: Memorandum
Format: Access copy - pdf
Preservation copy - tiff
Source: SAHA collection AL3296
Language: Afrikaans; English
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)
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