Here is a masterful Prince Jazzbo cut produced by the Upsetter himself titled “Triblies A Boy.” One of the few Perry cuts I own in NM condition on the Monica’s Records label out of Canada. Jazzbo shreds the riddim in… Continue Reading
Noel Ellis, son of Alton Ellis, comes heavy with this 1983 12″ on the Canadian Summer Records label.
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TUNED INTO TO DERMOT HUSSEY’S ‘RIFFIN’, THEN YOU ARE MISSING THE VERY BEST IN REGGAE, WORLD, AND JAZZ! DERMOT IS A CELEBRATED JAMAICAN BROADCASTER, HOST OF HIS OWN XM REGGAE RADIO SHOW ON THE JOINT XM,… Continue Reading
If you have not had the rare opportunity to listen to ‘Glory Dominion Power Majesty,’ then you are missing a near-religious experience. If a better roots reggae compilation album exists, I have not listened to it. The music contained on… Continue Reading
Included here is a real rarity. Swing Magazine was a Jamaican reggae and entertainment magazine that was popular in the 1970s. In this issue, published in July 1975, we get a rare early look into Marley’s life as he talks… Continue Reading
The following interview appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press on August 5, 1983, several days before Tosh is scheduled to play the Winnipeg Centennial Concert Hall.
It is July 1978, and Bob Marley and the Wailers are still riding high off of their now-historic performance at the One Love Peace Concert in April, and their successful shows in the U.S. and Canada. Of course it is… Continue Reading