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Description DM2005020709:SAED:SOCIAL:MUSIC:PERSONALITY:JUN1960 - The Show Had Everything - Phata-phata becomes show business. And those guys and dolls went wriggly-pattying gone that someone in the audience just hollered saying somebody should call the fire brigade.The Song? Man, we were not listening! Yes Indeedy. There were pretty girls, hep boys, clown, snazzy music. A shebeenised coffin, too. "FUDUWA!" (Go, man!) the audience shouted in Sotho. And things really began to pop at the Selbourne Hall, Johannesburg. One of the liveliest shows we have had for some time in progress.They called it "In Township Tonight." (Photograph by Peter Magubane BAHA) Ruth Nkonyeni, Dottie Tiyo, rehearsals
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Keywords Drum Magazine,South Africa,South African history,black and white image,vertical,music,Johannesburg,African Jazz,personality,June,1960,dancing,In Township Tonight,Dottie Tiyo,Ruth Nkonyeni,Kippie Moeketsi,Performing,phata-phata,1960s,
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