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Top 10 Lee “Scratch” Perry records from my collection!

PLUS LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY IN AMSTERDAM, 1980! Ten crucial Lee “Scratch” Perry selections from my vinyl collection… Junior Murvin’s “Tedious” appears on the landmark Black Ark LP POLICE AND THIEVES.  It was released as a 7″ single on the Orchid, Mango and Island labels.  A deep, rootsy signature...
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Reggae MD, Good For You

Now ear this. A new full-time full up stream for Midnight & All-Day Ravers: After many months, & special tests Doug Wendt presents a special tonic & degree,
 Extra something guaranteed, recipe balanced carefully, FDA I-proved, Reggae MD Vital vinyl, unique mixes, carefully selected, all ages, covers &...
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More Vintage Reggae Photos

Here are several more vintage reggae photos.  Someone emailed these to me so I do not know who the photographer is for all of them.  I have denoted the photographer if known.  Please let me know if you know any identifying information about a photo, including the photographer. ...
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Five things you did not know about The Heptones

1.  The Heptones hit single “Fatty, Fatty,” while banned in Jamaica, became a huge hit in England.  However, since Ken Boothe was Studio One’s “golden child,” Coxsone issued the UK 7″ under his name.  The British fans never knew it was The Heptones’ song. 2. An accomplished guitar...
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Trinity: New for 2013 w/ mix

Trinity is back once again with the hotness for the summer 2013.  First off, he dazzles on the new Dub Club Various Artists compilation titled ‘Foundation Come Again’ with his tune “Rolling Stone,” which is heads and shoulders above any other track in the mix.  Check it seriously. ...
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R. Zee Jackson “Play On” (Rio)

R. Zee Jackson (also known as Esso Jaxxon or Castro Pink) spent his early childhood in Clarendon and Old Harbour, St. Catherine, Jamaica. In 1973 he went to the United States on a cultural exchange program – working in summer camps and in 1975 he migrated to Canada....
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