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  • kiwicaps

    This song was written by David Marks (3rd Ear Music). A "Master Jack" is the shaft leader in the gold mines of South Africa; he is responsible for the safety of all in his shaft but more importantly for the amount of gold drilled on his shift. The song could be seen as a commentary on the controlling politics of South Africa at the time and could be said that it reflected the growing discontent of the young white South Africans against the apartheid system. Four Jacks and a Jill seemed to opt out of a promising musical career to pursue their Christian goals. Not too sure where they are today but the song brings back memories of growing up in South Africa. If you liked this song you might like reading a book "The Smell of Apples" ;which also reflects this time of political unrest in South Africa from a young white perspective and how the Arts contributed towards a positve change in the minds and hearts of thousands growing up there.

    10 Oct 2012 Reply
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  • drgirlfri3nd

    It's such a unique and kinda spooky and weird tune. I love it.

    14 Apr 2012 Reply
  • crownanchor

    I have finally found who sings this beautiful tune :):)

    3 Jan 2010 Reply

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