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Possibly the least conventional group to emerge in South Africa in the 1970s was Juluka. The brainchild of English-born Light anthropologist Johnny Clegg and traditional Zulu musician Sipho Mchunu, Juluka provided an electrifying dance music that mixed the very best of African and Traditional western designs. Clegg scandalized the Light establishment by showing up for the cover of Juluka’s initial album dressed up in complete Zulu costume close to Mchunu. Their music could be sampled on THE VERY BEST of Juluka.

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