The two monumental reggae figures who shocked the world with War In A Babylon are back together making music once again. This time it is on the Danny Boyle-produced Horror Zone album, the new LP from Max Romeo. Perry and… Continue Reading
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,… Continue Reading
Ken Boothe’s 1977 song titled “Stop This World” is a powerful tune. Written by Boothe, arranged by Lloyd “Bullwackie” Barnes, produced by Maurice Jackson, and played brilliantly by the Bullwackies All-Stars, “Stop This World” showcases the raw power of Boothe’s… Continue Reading
Wackies recording artist Milton Henry made his solo debut in 1985 with the soulful ‘Who Do You Think I Am,’ produced by Lloyd “Bullwackie” Barnes. Any Wackies devoteé will tell you it is by far one of the best albums… Continue Reading
I’ve always held Lee Perry in the highest esteem since I first discovered reggae & noticed his tracks had that certain something extra. In this opening segment from this week’s 33 years ahead Midnight Dread I & I bored down… Continue Reading
BLACK ECHOES reggae articles and ads from the April 10, 1976 issue. Many thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER’S Glen Lockley for sharing from his personal collection. CLICK HERE to read articles in digital document library.
Here we have yet another time capsule that captures the “world-a-reggae” according to Doctor Dread & RAS Records circa 1982. Included in this newsletter: One year after Bob passes on, a wonderful birthday celebration for Bob Marley in Nine Mile… Continue Reading
So for the next several days I will be sharing selections from the Roots, Rock, Randy’s box set released in 2012 by VP Records. The set of seven 7″s, executive produced by Clive Chin, include rare selections from Chin’s private archive… Continue Reading