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dave goldblum

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Discography

Deep South, 1991. Recorded with Cape Town band New Street, a collection of numbers from the mother city. Recoded by Mike McArthy in PE, released by Dave Goldblum.

Lucky Man, 1994. Released by Dave Goldblum.

Valley Road, 1995. Songs that reflect gigging in Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. The geographical Valley Road in PE was the centre of South End, a multi racial area that was demolished in the 1960s. Has a distinctly PE jazz feel about it. Photographs by Tim Hopwood.

Cape to Cairo, 2000. Released by Gallo – a faster and upbeat album, featuring Gerhard O’Brein on guitar and Dave’s brother, Louis, on Drums.

The Dave Goldblum Collection, 2003. A complication of previous albums as well as a few new tracks.

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Bio

Say Africa is the homecoming anthem of his album Valley Road: ‘Though I may be walking in the streets of a city called Amsterdam, the dust on my boots and the rhythm of my feet, and my heart beats Say Africa’. Long a solo standout at festivals like Grahamstown and Splashy Fen, and support acts for Crosby Stills and Nash, Shawn Phillips and Vusi Mahlasela, Dave has recently (2007) been described by Shawn Phillips as one of the 'best singer Songwriters in South Africa'.