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06 December 2013 Written by

Don Letts Remembers A Reggae Legend

British punk band The Clash included a song called "Police and Thieves" on their self-titled debut album, released in 1977. It was the cover version of a hit from Jamaican reggae singer Junior Murvin. He released "Police and Thieves" a year before the Clash did their version. Murvin died on…

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In the 1980s, the South London suburb of Brixton stood as a symbolic frontline for migrants from the Caribbean, plagued by riots, unemployment and racism. Brent Clough recently revisited his old stomping ground and discovered the home to British reggae royalty had changed dramatically. In the early 1980s I was…

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Jamaica has been elected to the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO, for the first time. At the elections in Paris on Tuesday, Jamaica received more votes than Angola for a seat on the important Committee which decides whether a property is inscribed on the World Heritage List. Minister of Youth…

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07 November 2013 Written by

Reggae Culture Salute

Saturday’s staging of the ninth annual Reggae Culture Salute at Nazareth High School was an overwhelming success. A patron commented that, “I had a grand time on Saturday. The ‘Pre-ordered’ vibes were just right. The music was divine, the food delicious and the performances stellar.” The headliner of the evening,…

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07 November 2013 Written by

Reggae Music Lacks Unity

THERE is much potential for reggae and dancehall music on the international scene, but it is being stymied by a lack of order among players in the local industry, according to the operators of the Japanese sound system, Mighty Crown. "There is nothing really substantial anymore. No form of unity…

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26 October 2013 Written by

Will Reggae Survive

REGGAE MUSIC may be experiencing negative fallout on the United Kingdom charts and on mainstream radio stations, but it seems the only people not bothered by the social exclusions are reggae stars.Having previously spoken to veteran musicians Maxi Priest and Freddie McGregor, who both affirmed the notion that reggae music…

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