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British Reggae: Prejudiced Vibrations

Comment by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, October 1976

ON THE SURFACE it looks as though there has been something of a major breakthrough for reggae in Britain. ...

Jah Punk: The Black New Wave

Overview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, September 1977

ASWAD: Drummie, drums, vocals: George Oban, bass: Chaka Forde, rhythm guitar, vocals: Donald Guiti, lead guitar, vocals. Courtney Hennings, keyboards, vocals. ...

The Cimarons: 100 Club, London

Live Review by Penny Reel, NME, May 1978

FIVE LIVE Cimarons is generally cognate with an agreeable evening's entertainment, such as this duly proved. ...

Sham 69 & The Cimarons: The West Country Invasion Starts Here

Report and Interview by Penny Reel, NME, November 1978

IT WOULD appear that someone's got it in for Jimmy Pursey and Sham 69. You see they're planting stories in the press to the effect ...

see also Mike Dorane

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