Included here is Don Carlos, Duckie Simpson, and Garth Dennis live in Charlotte, NC, 1990. Here is a very rare feature/interview with Black Uhuru titled Black Uhuru: So Red Dem Dread by Basil Wilson, which was published in Jamaica’s Roots… Continue Reading
Included here is Black Uhuru’s version of Bob Marley’s “Let Him Go.” The tune was written by Bob Marley and originally released as “Good Good Rudie” on the Coxsone label in 1965. It was released in 1966 as “Let Him… Continue Reading
Mykal Rose performs a slew of classic Black Uhuru tunes backed by the Dub Akom Band!
Here is the founding line-up of Black Uhuru with a killer live performance of “Take Heed” from 1991. Be sure to pick up a copy of Garth Dennis’ Trenchtown Nineteen 3rd Street today! Read my recent interview with Garth as… Continue Reading
Black Uhuru fans will surely appreciate this post. Included here is the Black Uhuru “Fit You Haffe Fit” (Taxi) 12″ Discomix. Different mix than the album version and a murderous dub track by Sly and Robbie that you may have… Continue Reading
“Oh what a sight to see, a goddamn vampiyah!” Another example of Sly Dunbar’s total and complete mastery of the drum set. His cross sticking is deadly hypnotic as he attacks the drum rim on the offbeat. The best cross… Continue Reading
PLUS EXCLUSIVE 1981 INTERVIEW FEATURE FROM MELODY MAKER! Included here is a fierce live performance by Black Uhuru backed by Sly and Robbie at Sunsplash III at Jarrett Park, Montego Bay, Jamaica 1980. The group performs “Guess Who’s Coming to… Continue Reading
Legendary producer Lloyd “King Jammy” James is presently working with a number of artists on a duets version of Love Crisis, the Jammys-produced debut album by Waterhouse vocal trio Black Uhuru which was first released in 1977. Word is that… Continue Reading