Looking for Zim

by Tony Cox

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Like its predecessor Cool Friction, Looking for Zim shows Tony Cox's impressive abilities on the steel string guitar combined with stirring musical ideas. Whereas Cool Friction was a purely instrumental effort, Cox added the vocal support of Wendy Oldfield, a South African pop singer, and Wambali Mkandawire, a songwriter from Malawi (for whose albums Cox had acted as a producer in the past). With these new nuances, he made sure he didn't just follow trodden paths of just replicating his old ideas, but offered new developments on a genuinely enjoyable record.

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released November 1, 1998

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Tony Cox Cape Town, South Africa

Tony Cox is considered to be one of the finest acoustic guitarists from South Africa and has won several South African music awards (SAMA) for his recorded work. He is a consummate live performer and has toured the world garnering great critical acclaim in the process. ... more

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