Outstanding rare print interview with Earl “Wya” Lindo of The Wailers. Almost unheard of for Wya to speak so candidly. Many thanks to Glen Lockley for digging this one up!
If you have not yet visited our Black Echoes Archive Page you are really missing out on the very best in reggae reporting during it’s formative years. Thanks to the efforts of MIDNIGHT RAVER’s Glen Lockley and Peter van Arnhem,… Continue Reading
The artist is Lone Ranger. And the tune? “Screw Gone A North Coast.” Big up MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Peter Van Arnhem for the vinyl and the Black Echoes article from December 12, 1981.
From the July 18, 1977 issue of Black Echoes we have the TOP 150 DUB ALBUMS IN THE WORLD. Most crucial selection of dub albums available. Use this list to build a solid dub collection that any reggae fan would… Continue Reading
Here is another great one from Peter van Arnhem. See if you can guess the artist and song.
Wicked, wicked tune here from Dennis Brown. “Ghetto Girl (Stay At Home)” is featured on the Visions album, my favorite from Dennis Brown. This 7″ is amazing because it contains an entirely different mix than the album. The dub track… Continue Reading
Here is another great interview from the Black Echoes collection, shared by MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Peter van Arnhem. I cannot overstate how crucial these Black Echoes articles are in preserving and documenting reggae history. Also, I have included several Johnny Clarke… Continue Reading
I cannot say enough about the stuff that Peter van Arnhem has been sharing lately from his collection. Nothing but heavy 7″s and vintage Black Echoes articles. Thanks to Peter and Glen Lockley the MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG is the ONLY… Continue Reading
BLACK ECHOES reggae articles and ads from the April 10, 1976 issue. Many thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Glen Lockley for sharing from his personal collection. CLICK HERE to read articles in digital document library.
Today we continue our look at vintage Black Echoes magazine issues. Many thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Glen Lockley and Peter van Arnhem for sharing these from their personal collections. Today we look at reggae articles and adverts from the February… Continue Reading