CHRONIXX and ZINC FENCE REDEMPTION “HERE COMES TROUBLE” REGGAEJAM GERMANY 2013

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.  No other performer is even in the same galaxy.  He goes from H.R. to Peter Tosh to Bob Marley and back again in the blink of an eye.  He’s more rock star than Rastaman.  The kid is out of his mind on-stage.

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Steel Pulse Live Rockpalast, Germany, 1979

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 the vinyl transfers.

If you missed my interview with DAVID HINDS, CLICK HERE to read!

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Prince Far-I w/ Creation Rebel, Live, Germany 1983

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 up to www.princefari.com, a most excellent tribute site to the “Voice of Thunder.”

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PRINCE FAR-I & CREATION REBEL
LIVE, GERMANY, 1983

Prince Far-I Intro
Big Fight
Prodigal Son
Virgin
Moses, Moses
What You Gonna Do On Judgement Day
African Space -Fade Out

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Melody Maker (Archive- 1926-2000)59.40 (Oct 1, 1983)- 4.prince-far-i

Rare video clip of Prince Far-I performing “Under Heavy Manners”

‘On The Road With Bob Marley: Mark Miller A White Knight in Babylon’

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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 & The Wailers. Dennis worked the stage monitors and sound including the set-up of Carly’s drums while Mark handled all of the other instruments and amps including Bob’s guitar. After much thought (and prodding by friends and family including his son Harrison), Mark finally penned his story for book form. The first tour stop for publishing it was France in 2007. With the help of reggae authority Bruno Blum in France, Mark’s book was put into print and Wailers lovers have been fortunate ever since.  The only problem for a guy like me and many others is that it was only published in France (twice) and once in Germany over the past five years. Although I’ve had all three editions in my truthbrary since publication, I’m unable to read them and therefore could not enjoy and experience the incredible journey Mark went on for nearly three years.  The photos included in the book are fantastic but I always yearned to read the text.

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