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Dene Theron : 1000 Cups of Tea Dbi Young : 333 JamMecca : Alive Gito Baloi : Beyond Meri Kenaz : Branches Derek Gripper - Cassette Locale : Cassette Locale: After Masanobu Fukuoka The Lancaster Band : comic strip heroes The Lancaster Band : Comic Strip Heroes re-worked+ Gary Thomas - Mastering Project : Contraption Distoria - Mastering Retro Dizzy : Creatures of the Black Desert Meri Kenaz : Deeper Pierre Opperman : Diary DJ Mzakes : E Knysna Volume 1 The Lancaster Band : Eden Sessions Steve Newman : flavour Guy Buttery : Fox Hill Lane Tristan Waterkeyn : Hay Day Nate Maingard : Home Simba Saini - Mastering Project : Huruyadzo Nibs van der Spuy and Guy Buttery : In The Shade Of The Wild Fig Wendy Oldfield : In The Womb David Kantey : LifeTides Guy Buttery : Live in KwaZulu Brian Finch : Living for Yesterday The Sound of Wood : Made By The Forest Meri Kenaz : Meri Kenaz Nibs van der Spuy : Morning Star Dan Patlansky : Move My Soul - Next Music Dan Patlansky : Move My Soul - Peace of Eden Derek Gripper - One Night on Earth : One Night On Earth Pierre Opperman : Pierre Opperman Rudolph de Wet : Plat Aarde John Ellis : Protest Songs Welland Cowley : Quarter to Eleven Andrew James and the Steady Tiger : Red in Tooth and Claw Jeremy Crutchley : Release John Ellis : Rural silapha : Silapha Wendy Oldfield : Singalong Kidz Wendy Oldfield : Supernova Sunday Punchers - mastering project : Tales from the South Shore Madzishe : Tangai Mafunga - Mastering Campervan Collective - Mastering Project : The Campervan Collective Wendy Oldfield : The Collection Brent Kozak : The Rice Paddy Tour Derek Gripper : The Sound of Water Guy Buttery : To Disappear in Place Offshore : too many names Southern Anomaly - Mastering Project : Tumbling Times Sarab Deva : Uplifting Mantras for You Home Grown Music : Vol. ONE Home Grown Music : Vol. TWO Vuvu : Vuvu - Get up and go Dan Patlansky : Wooden Thoughts Red Tape Riot : work in progress Rudolph de Wet : X13 Retro Dizzy : Youth is like a Loaded Gun

“Hay Day” is the kind of CD I’d want to have accompany me on thousands of kilometres of sailing. It’s a “lie back in your hammock, look at the horizon and let the movement gently rock you” sort of album. It’s melodies spin themselves from lyrical yarn, the instrumentation’s brightly colourful and it’s all woven closely together by a silky smooth voice. Poetic, ambiguous words and jovial, sometimes theatrical play on instruments are an invitation to delve into layers of meaning. And it’s all taut… a nice taut mainsail to pull you along…

Tristan Waterkeyn’s been around. Born in Tanzania , moved to Kenya , then to Zimbabwe , where he went to high school. He learned to play the guitar to escape the rigid institutionalism of boarding school, and made appearances
in Harare for a band called “Substitute Parachute”. After that he spent three years backpacking through Asia and sailing thousands of kilometres (yes, with guitar in tow), before returning home to Africa .

To Cape Town , to be exact, where he studied philosophy … — Read more »

— Hay Day
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