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General Reggae News (141)

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Getting Started With Deep Roots Reggae

Geek obsession: Roots reggae Why it’s daunting: With the death of Junior Murvin in December, reggae lost one of its most influential voices. But the subgenre of roots reggae also lost a prime mover. After coming into existence in the early ’70s, roots reggae rode a rising tide of political…
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Digital Copy Of The Harder They Come Released

I remember meeting Joe Strummer when I was about 16 or 17 and, after talking for some time about my musical aspirations, him being appalled that I hadn't see the film The Harder They Come. Shamed by the charismatic frontman of The Clash, and stymied by the terrible selection of…
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Canadian Label Plants Roots In Jamaica

"Presently, Indie-Rootz Records is finishing off the Natty Congo compilation album. It has a '70s Studio One vibe and an extraordinary host of artistes that will bring this album to life and open your heart. Also, we are working on a special compilation album due to be released this year.…
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Indiana Reggae Wine Coming To Jamaica

A wine inspired by Jamaican music will be launched into the crowded local wine market in January by American Carlos Daley. The wine breaks from tradition by recommended pairing with flavoured rums. Daley, the CEO of Asymmetrical Investments and Financial Planning Company Limited, is the promoter of the International Reggae…
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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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Brixton's reggae revolution

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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