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A rare look inside Studio One (w/ photos)

PLUS A RARE INTERVIEW WITH CLEMENT “COXSONE” DODD, REGGAE DIRECTORY NEWS! For those who don’t know, something huge is happening in reggae right now. For the first time in history, Studio One has made many of its classic recordings available… Continue Reading

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From Kingston 14 to Georgia Avenue: The Delroy Wright Interview – Part III

CLICK HERE TO READ FROM KINGSTON 14 TO GEORGIA AVENUE:  PART I CLICK HERE TO READ FROM KINGSTON 14 TO GEORGIA AVENUE:  PART II “I need to clarify something with regard to dates.  I pushed my good friend Delroy “Barry”… Continue Reading

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From Kingston 14 to Georgia Avenue: A Live & Learn Records Vinyl Selections Mix

For those who are not aware of Delroy Wright’s catalog of music, I put together a mix of some of my favorites.  Vinyl selections only!  Also included in the mix are excerpts from my interview with Delroy Wright. Junior Reid… Continue Reading

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From Kingston 14 to Georgia Avenue: The Delroy Wright Interview – Part II

We continue with LIVE & LEARN week here at MIDNIGHT RAVER.  From Kingston 14 to Georgia Avenue:  The Delroy Wright Interview – Part I was posted yesterday.  Today I’m sharing Part II of the interview.  Stay tuned for Part III… Continue Reading

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From Kingston 14 to Georgia Avenue: The Delroy Wright Interview – Part I

Today I find myself at a home in Gaithersburg, MD sitting across the kitchen table from one Delroy “Barry” Wright, record producer and owner of Live & Learn records.  I had been seeking to link with the elusive Ras for… Continue Reading

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You Live, You Learn

I spent two hours yesterday at Doctor Dread’s house doing part one of a multi-part interview with Delroy “Barry” Wright, founder of Live & Learn Records and one of the most respected reggae record producers alive today.  Along with his… Continue Reading

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The Mighty Roots of Englishman

“After spending a few months on the road with Ras Michael in Europe, Maccabee and myself came forward to the U.S. We went to Carter Baron Park in D.C. and was cooling out at a football game. I was kicking… Continue Reading

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More vinyl cuts from the House of Raver…

Winston Jarrett on a rare, brutal 12″ on the Uhuru imprint.  Repressed by Pressure Sounds.  Too black.  Too strong. Barrington Levy’s first cut.  Recorded in 1978 as part of the duo Mighty Multitudes with his cousin Everton Dacres. “Prison Oval… Continue Reading