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‘Searching for Sugar Man': Back from the dead

Imagine you are a singer and a songwriter who has released two albums; both received excellent reviews comparing you favorably to Bob Dylan and other major stars of the late 1960s and early 1970s, but as the owner of the record label says, “They only sold six copies.” The recording of a third album ends because no one bought your albums.You go back to Detroit and work in an auto plant. When that job ends, you start doing manual labor -- construction, demolition, scraping old paint from walls, hauling refrigerators on your back downstairs and to the rubbish heap.
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