A rousing performance of “HERE COMES TROUBLE” from CHRONIXX and ZINC FENCE REDEMPTION live at REGGAEJAM, Germany 2013. This kid is one hell of a live performer. I haven’t seen anyone this captivating on stage since Junior Reid circa 1986. … Continue Reading
Here is a rare filmed 1979 performance from Steel Pulse on the German music television show Rockpalast. I have also included several Steel Pulse 12″ vinyl transfers for your listening pleasure. Many thanks to our good friend Joe Bailes for… Continue Reading
Here is an excellent Prince Far-I/Creation Rebel show from Germany 1983. I would explain in detail the history of Prince Far-I, however, I was able to find several excellent press clippings which I will share instead. Many thanks and big… Continue Reading
Many thanks to Ras C at Peter Tosh Archives for clearing this one up!
For nearly the past five years English readers have been deprived of a very revealing and important book in the Marley catalogue. Mark Miller, along with Dennis Thompson were the roadies, instrument techs, stage and sound managers for Bob Marley… Continue Reading
Reggae, of course, was born in Jamaica, but the music has deep connections to what many Jamaicans consider the motherland – Africa. South African artist Lucky Dube was the continent’s all-time bestselling reggae singer. When he was murdered during a carjacking in… Continue Reading
Bob Marley: Reggae King of the World by Malika Lee Whitney and Dermot Hussey Title: Bob Marley Reggae King of the World Authors: Malika Lee Whitney and Dermot Hussey (Foreword by Rita Marley) Layout and design by Troy Caine Publishers:… Continue Reading
Peter Tosh performs “Mama Africa” on German television October 10, 1983 (toggle to 4:30).
The following review of the massive outdoor festival, held primarily for U.S. troops abroad, was published in the U.S. military newspaper ‘Stars and Stripes’ on August 25, 1983: Darmstadt, 1983
Bob Marley: Music Myth & The Rasta by Henderson Dalrymple Bob Marley Music Myth & The Rasta by Henderson Dalrymple 1976 77 Pages ISBN: None Size: 8.25″ x 5.75″ ADDITIONAL EDITIONS: 1977 Trinkot Verlag, Germany; 1993 Raymond… Continue Reading