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Peter Tosh Live at “No Nukes” 1979

Rare live performance by Peter at the star-studded M– USE “No Nukes” concert at Madison Square Garden on September 22, 1979. MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG co-editor Fred “Reggaelover” P has great information on HIS SITE about this show. 1. Introduction 2.… Continue Reading

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Roots Radics Meet Barrington Levy At Channel One Vol. 1 (Vocals & Dubs)

So once you’ve thoroughly vetted all of the various roots artists, and with a pretty solid knowlesdge of the foundation deejays, I would recommend diving straight into the period from about 1979/80-1984, a period where the Roots Radics, “Junjo” Lawes,… Continue Reading

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Gregory Isaacs, My Father’s Place, Roslyn, NY, June 1980 (video)

Here is a rare show from Gregory Isaacs, performing live at My Father’s Place in Rosslyn, NY in June 1980.  Many thanks to Chico for this classic gem in www.reggaetraders.net in honor of the late Franco Mancini.  Jah Guide &… Continue Reading

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Album Pick of the Week: Love Joys ‘Reggae Vibes’ (Wackies)

The album pick this week is another heavyweight killer from the Wackies House of Music.  This debut album by the Love Joys and Junior Delahaye’s Showcase album are neck and neck for my favorite Wackies records ever.  Here’s a review… Continue Reading

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Peter Tosh Live, Beacon Theater, NYC, 1976

Included here is rare video footage of Peter Tosh being interviewed and performing unplugged before his two-night stand at the Beacon Theater in NYC on October 16/17, 1976. Peter Tosh 1976

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Bob Marley The Future Is The Beginning (edited by Gerald Hausman)

#17 Bob Marley The Future Is The Beginning  edited by Gerald Hausman Title: Bob Marley The Future Is The Beginning: The words and wisdom of Bob Marley words by Bob, edited by Gerald Hausman, artwork and photo adaptation by Mariah… Continue Reading

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Bob Marley: The Essex House Interviews

The Essex House Hotel is a luxury hotel located on 160 Central Park South in Manhattan. It was a favorite of Bob Marley’s when staying in New York, as he stayed there for extended periods in 978 and 1980. Opened… Continue Reading

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Bob Marley Interview, NYC, June 1975

From the GraffitiVerite.com website. “Bob [Bryan] has agreed to release this Classic Interview with Bob Marley from his archives, exclusively on the GraffitiVerite.com website only. The copyrights to all images and Interviews belong solely to Mr. Bryan and may not… Continue Reading