Sixto Rodriguez made two sterling folk-rock albums in the late 60s/early 70s (a third was never completed) and then seemed destined to slip into obscurity, a footnote to an era where everyone was looking for the next Dylan. Seattle's Light in the Attic reissued his first two albums (the library also has "Cold Fact") and then a few years later the documentary "Searching for Sugar Man" provided him with a welcome, unexpected comeback and new audience. Groovy stuff.
Sixto Rodriguez is both poet and musician. His songs are timeless and relevant to today. Raw and original, the best way to describe him is that he's a combination of Bob Dylan and Jose Feliciano, imho. Just superb. My favorite tracks are Climb Up On My Music and Sandrevan Lullaby.
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