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Rigtingbefok ....................................... 2013 SJAMBOK MUSICvetseun
1. Heat Of September met Chris Letcher, Albert Frost and Max Mikula
2. Doesn't Make A Sound met Arno Carstens, Chris Letcher, Albert Frost and Max Mikula
3. Sky Blue Sky met Paul Riekert
4. Corrugated Iron met Albert Frost, Kenan James and The Trees
5. Standing On Air met Nux Schwartz and Ampie Omo
6. Anyway met Willem Möller and Jannie van Tonder
7. Life Is Beautiful met Nechama Brodie, Rian Malan and Lloyd Ross
8. Sunday, The Morning met Piet Pers and the Kalahari Surfers met Toast Coetzer
9. Liefde met Arno Carstens and the Gereformeerde Blues Band
10. Namakwaland met Francois van Coke and the Kalahari Surfers
11. Maak Haarself Mooi met Valiant Swart and Paul Riekert
12. Broeke En Rokke met Frank Opperman and Ampie Omo met Neil Fishwick
13. Shopping Mall met Willim Welsyn and Albert Frost
14. Just For The Occasion met Robin Auld and Jannie van Tonder
15. Who Could I Be met Victor S. Wolf, Tonia Selley and Willem Möller
16. Not What You Expected met Kathy Raven, Willem Möller and Rob Nagel
17. Limbo met Sannie Fox, André Geldenhuys, Chris Letcher and Lloyd Ross
18. ZX Dan met the Radio Rats, Ampie Omo and Jannie van Tonder
- ALBUM VAN DIE WEEK 2021/03/03

GARY HERSELMAN (alias Piet Pers, Bokkie Buys, Methylated Purple, Archie Pelago etc.) is a South African singer and songwriter.

DIE LEMME is Gary and a bunch of artists including: Arno Carstens, die Gereformeerde Blues Band, Francois van Coke, the Kalahari Surfers, Valiant Swart, the Radio Rats, Paul Riekert, Willim Welsyn, Toast Coetzer, Albert Frost, Chris Letcher, Frank Opperman, Rian Malan and Nechama Brodie, Victor S. Wolf and Tonia Selley, The Trees, Nux Schwartz, Ampie Omo, Kathy Raven, Sannie Fox and Robin Auld.
Together they have made the album, "Rigtinbefok' comprising 16 Herselman originals and versions of the Johannes Kerkorrel and Gereformeerde Blues Band's "Liefde" and the Radio Rats' "ZX Dan."

Gary first came to prominence in the late 1980's at a time when a real protest-music culture emerged from the Afrikaner community in South Africa. The sentiments articulated by these artists resonated with a lot of young South Africans and the popularity of the music grew exponentially. This "movement' had a name: Voëlvry, and it was born at Shifty Records' home-studio, south of Johannesburg.

Gary had a trio around this time, The Kêrels, that used to perform at Jameson's in downtown Johannesburg alongside James Phillips and The Cherry Faced Lurchers. The Kêrels released their debut, "Ek Sê' in 1988, on Shifty Records and a year or so later the landmark Voëlvry compilation album was released and a tour to promote the album was undertaken. Gary was by then the bass player for Johannes Kerkorrel's Gereformeerde Blues Band and was renowned for wearing tiny rugby shorts onstage, irrespective of the weather.
Sometime after the Voëlvry tour, Gary invented a "whisky sodden ou' who he called Archie Pelago and in 1991 the Archie Pelago album, "City Country' was released on Underground Records. Gary referred to it as having been "made with mostly bubble gum and elastoplast.' As he put it in his as yet unpublished memoir: - "As far as songs in the traditional sense of the word go, I think some of my best ones appear on that cassette. Of course it's all heartbreak and snot and stuff but hey, it's a country record.' Jannie "Hanepoot" van Tonder and Willem Möller, both fellow Voëlvry survivors and ex-GBB appeared on the album.

In 2003 he collaborated with ex-Kêrels drummer Neil Fishwick (with whom he grew up and attended the same primary and high schools in Germiston) on the critically-acclaimed Blomkrag project and released the album "Boere Country'. The album featured Willem Möller, a guitar-slinger of note who has appeared with Rodriguez, Big Sky and Nataniël, to name a few and with whom Gary appeared on Koos Kombuis' "Niemandsland' album.

Gary worked for twelve years at Hillbrow Record Centre after which he was employed forvetseunvetseun two years at a compact disc wholesaler. Herselman also founded South Africa's first truly independent music distributor, Tic Tic Bang, in the 1990s. Tic Tic Bang was very successful in representing South African artists such as Henry Ate/Karma, Koos Kombuis, Johannes Kerkorrel, James Phillips, Mzwakhe Mbuli and Jennifer Ferguson amongst others.

All songs written and arranged by Gary Herselman except: "Liefde' by Johannes Kerkorrel, "ZX Dan' by Jonathan Handley, "Broeke en Rokke" - words Neil Fishwick, music by Gary Herselman and "Who Could I Be" - words by Michael Cross, music by Gary Herselman.
Produced by Michael Cross, Chris Letcher, Willem Möller, Ampie Omo, Colin Peddie, Paul Riekert, Lloyd Ross, Nux Schwartz and Warrick Sony.
Mastered by Colin Peddie at Sonic Studios, Durban.
Design: Dominic Strauss
Executive Producer: Michael Cross
download release preparation: Warrick Sony

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Namakwaland CDS .......................... 2013 SJAMBOK MUSIC
1. Namakwaland

Francois van Coke - vocals,
Gary Herselman - guitar, backing vocals,
Umhlanga Roxx: drum kit,
Warrick Sony - bass, programming, production.

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Heat Of September CDS ................. 2013 SJAMBOK MUSIC
1. Heat Of September

Gary Herselman - vocals,
Max Mikula - guitar (left),
Albert Frost - guitar (right),
Janus van der Merwe - tenor sax,
Rusty Stanley - bass,
Andrew Cleland - drums,
Chris Letcher - piano, organ, Wurlitzer, production.

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