A few months ago, I posted a review of "Searching for Sugar Man" (Click here for that review.), a documentary about a young singer who disappeared from the music scene in 1970s Detroit, but who became as famous as Elvis and others in (at the time) apartheid South Africa. I am again trying to draw attention to this really wonderful story, for as they say, "You can't make this stuff up." I urge my readers to get a hold of the documentary and also the sound track, both available at Amazon.com. This story is not only about the young man back then, but it is also about the man today - the part of the story that really resonates with me. A classier individual you will not find. I am listening to the movies soundtrack even as I write this blog-post. I find it truly refreshing and still quite relevant for today. Do get the documentary and the soundtrack; you won't regret the experience.