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Black Uhuru (Original Line-Up), Charlotte, NC, 1990

Give thanks to the folks at www.reggaetraders.net for sharing this rare gem.  Black Uhuru featuring Duckie Simpson, Don Carlos, and Garth Dennis.  The original Waterhouse Black Uhuru line-up live and direct!  This was a tour that featured the original crew in top… Continue Reading

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A Mouse At The BBC

Eek-A-Mouse, born Ripton Joseph Hylton, is one of the early artists to be described as a “singjay”.   His brilliant work with producer Scientist in the 1980s is nothing if not wholly original.  He has a career spanning more than… Continue Reading

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Bob Marley and the Wailers live, Nassau, Bahamas, 1979

It is December 1979, the International Year of the Child, and Bob Marley and the Wailers end their Survival tour by playing to a large crowd at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Complex in Nassau, Bahamas.  Much like London, Nassau was sort of… Continue Reading

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New Bob Marley Live Re-Ups!

Based on your requests, MIDNIGHT RAVER has just re-upped the following recordings in lossless (FLAC) audio: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia, April 27, 1979 Harvard Stadium, Boston, MA, July 21, 1979 Palais Des Sports, Grenoble, FR, June 3, 1980 Wounded Lion… Continue Reading

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Bob Marley, Wailers play reggae festival in San Francisco 1975 plus

“BOB MARLEY’S COLD RAILS TO HELL” Here we have 2 articles that appeared in the July 19, 1975 issue of Melody Maker.  The first describes a handful of reggae superstars descending on San Francisco, CA for a reggae festival.  The… Continue Reading

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Tosh Brings Chaos to L.A.: Live at the Starwood, July 20, 1978

July 1978.  Bush Doctor tour.  Tosh is slated to play The Starwood Club in Santa Monica, CA.  Problem is, hundreds of Rolling Stones fans show up to the show thinking Tosh is opening for The Stones, a job he dutifully performs for The… Continue Reading

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Peter Tosh “Equal Rights” Amsterdam, June, 1981

Included here is rare audio of a live performance of “Equal Rights” by Peter Tosh during his run in Amsterdam during June 1981.  Also included is an extremely rare poster denoting the performance, which is being sold right now on a collector’s web site right… Continue Reading

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Israel Vibration Live at S.O.B.s, NYC, March 9, 1992

Dubwise Garage blessed us with this amazing soundboard recording of the Holy Trinity.  Roots to the marrow!

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Bob Marley and the Wailers: Stevie Wonder Dream 1975

The Wonder Dream Concert held on October 4, 1975 at Kingston’s National Stadium was one of three events on the Holiday Jamaica package scheduled from September 29, 1975 through October 5, 1975.  The concert was a benefit for the Jamaican… Continue Reading

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The Shooting Of Bob Marley

This blog survives day-to-day because of the brilliant work of others.  Vivienne Goldman documented the Wailers like nobody else did.  She was able to do this because she was part of Bob’s circle of friends.  She lived it.  Endless bus… Continue Reading