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The King of Pop holds court inna Kingston Town

I invite everyone to check out the new feature I wrote for www.bobmarley.com titled THE KING OF POP HOLDS COURT INNA KINGSTON.  Big up to my friends DUBWISE GARAGE, Manu Morales, and Neville Garrick for their contributions. Were you aware… Continue Reading

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Rude boy gone a foreign

That’s right.  The Raver is scouring the streets of one of the great American cities this week…Montreal, steady looking for that vintage vinyl.  Seriously, it is shocking how much American culture dominates this French-Canadian territory.  I mean, just like America,… Continue Reading

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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… Continue Reading

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Exclusive! Easy Star All-Stars talk ‘Thrillah’ with Midnight Raver

I recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Goldwasser of NYC’s Easy Star All-Stars about their new tribute album, a dub interpretation of Michael Jackson’s landmark 1983 album Thriller.  One listen to the first single off the album, a Luciano-voiced “Billie… Continue Reading

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Easy Star All Stars to Take On Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

The Easy Star All-Stars announced today that their next dub-tribute album will be Michael Jackson’s groundbreaking “Thriller.” They have already crafted successful tribute albums to  The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Radiohead.  These albums, largely characterized by reggae and dub versions… Continue Reading

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King of Reggae Meets The King Of Pop

Most people are not aware that Bob Marley and the Wailers once occupied the stage alongside the King of Pop. What is most amazing to me about this small bookmark in Marley’s life is that the odds of two future… Continue Reading