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Reggae Musician Displaced From His Home

David became a refugee even before he was born, when his pregnant mother fled to Ethiopia in 1986. But he never imagined that 26 years later he would become displaced again, in his own newly independent country of South Sudan. "I spent most of my years moving from place to…
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Junior Murvin Died Last Week

Reggae great Junior Murvin reportedly died Monday morning at his home in Portland Parish, Jamaica. The falsetto singer born Murvin Junior Smith in 1949 was best known for his 1976 classic "Police and Thieves," recorded by Lee "Scratch" Perry and famously covered by the Clash on their self-titled debut the…
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Founding UB40 Member Leaves Band

One of the founding members of reggae act UB40 has quit the band after more than 30 years, complaining that it was making him "miserable". Astro, a vocalist and trumpet player, broke the news to his bandmates - who scored hits with songs such as One In Ten and Red…
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Lee Scratch Perry Back At It

"If I pulled the plug, just like that, then snap!, the entire universe could disappear," famed reggae producer Lee "Scratch" Perry tells Rolling Stone. "But then it would be on my conscience. I was sent here to make people happy . . . but repentance is coming." "Repentance" refers to…
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Stephen Marley, A Man Of Few Words

Asked what it's like to follow in the footsteps of his famous father, Bob Marley, a man who comes as close to deification as our popular culture will allow, Stephen replies with only a sentence fragment: "Rastaman vibration positive." That response could be taken a couple of ways. Maybe by…
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Founding Melodians Member Dies

Tony Brevett, who has died aged 64, was a founding member of the Melodians, one of Jamaica's most popular harmony groups, which had a hit with their reggae adaptation of the spiritual hymn Rivers of Babylon. The song, which featured on the soundtrack of The Harder They Come (1972), a…
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