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“Growing Dread: KC, The Wailers, and Me” by Mark Lee

The following essay by Mark Lee was published on May 11, 2011 at www.abengnews.com, a weekly online publication which showcases features, news analysis, commentary and the arts from a growing global network of correspondents, with a decidedly Caribbean/Jamaican flavor.  The essay, titled “Growing Dread:  KC, The Wailers, and...
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The Al Anderson Interview: Part 3

  A World-A-Reggae/Midnight Raver Exclusive Click HERE for Part 1 and HERE for Part 2 (AA) “OK after ‘Catch A Fire’ and ‘Burnin’’ was ‘Natty Dread.’  Let’s look from Natty Dread forward, I defend that.  I didn’t have anything to do with ‘Catch A Fire’ and ‘Burnin.’’   I...
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The Al Anderson Interview: Part 2

Al Anderson Interview A World-A-Reggae/Midnight Raver Exclusive Please CLICK HERE to read Part 1 of the interview. (AA) “Wire did so much for ‘Catch A Fire’ and ‘Burnin’.’ But he wasn’t on ‘Natty Dread.’ On ‘Natty Dread’ that was Bernard Harvey and Tyrone (Downie) playing organ on that.”...
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The Al Anderson Interview: Part 1

A World-A-Reggae/Midnight Raver Exclusive! World-A-Reggae recently sat down with Bob Marley and the Wailers’ lead guitarist Al Anderson, who was in Annapolis, Maryland, USA with his band ‘The Original Wailers’ to play the legendary Ram’s Head Inn as part of their ‘Miracle’ tour. Why Al Anderson?  Anderson was...
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Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths Announce Performance

What a great, great piece of news this is!  My good friend Bob Andy will perform with the incomparable Marcia Griffiths at the Garance Reggae Festival! Please CLICK HERE to read my profile and interview with Bob Andy.  Also, stay tuned for my forthcoming article and interview with the...
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The Infamous Al Anderson Interview

A veteran of the reggae music scene for over 35 years, Al Anderson of the Original Wailers was a bluesy rock session guitarist in Chris Blackwell’s Island Records stable when he was invited to join a young singer/songwriter named Bob Marley and his band of Rastafarians from Jamaica-...
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Bob Marley and the Wailers: Top Of The Pops

Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music chart television program, made by the BBC and originally broadcast weekly between 1 January 1964 and 30 July 2006. It was traditionally shown every Thursday evening on BBC One, before being moved to Fridays in 1996,...
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