Included here from my personal vinyl collection is Dennis Brown’s “The Half” which was issued on a DEB Music 12″ in 1978. Also included is a 1988 interview with Dennis Brown by our good friend M. Peggy Quattro of Reggae Report. And of course make sure to check “Whip Them Jah: Midnight Raver’s Dennis Brown […]
Just a quick drop of two outstanding written pieces on the great Gregory Isaacs. Behind Bob Marley I would say that Gregory Isaacs is the most beloved reggae artist to ever emerge from Jamaica. He was without a doubt the most prolific, most influential, most popular Jamaican artist since Bob Marley. Gregory was a true […]
Peter Tosh – The Bush Doctor Sessions Peter Tosh – Live at the Kabuki Theater, San Francisco, CA 1982 Peter Tosh – Live at My Father’s Place Peter Tosh – Live at Grenoble, France 1981 Peter Tosh – Live at Jaap Eden Halle, Amsterdam, 1981 Peter Tosh – Live in NYC, July 6, 1983 Peter […]
The following article was published in Reggae Report in 1993. The article, written by Leroy Mattis, describes his 1976 reasoning with Peter Tosh. Give thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG contributor Timos Klingman for sharing. CLICK THE ARTICLE TO READ ON ISSUU
Included here is a rare interview with the late, great Peter Tosh, which appeared in the Reggae Report in September 1988. CLICK ARTICLE IMAGES TO READ ON ISSUU.