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Double Trouble: The Story of Leroy Sibbles and the Heptones

Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 3 April 1976

LEROY SIBBLES is the nearest thing I've ever encountered to a Jamaican reggae man acid casualty. That is to say, while obviously intelligent, he twitches ...

The Heptones: Night Food (Island ILPS 9381) ****

Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 17 April 1976

YUP; THERE is a four-star album, despite the fact that there is an aching feeling throughout that screams the Heptones should be achieving more than ...

The Heptones: Party Time (Island MLPS 9456)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 11 August 1977

LEROY SIBBLES is one of the finest singers reggae has produced, and one of its best songwriters. In consequence, the Heptones' second American album has ...

Lover's Rock Rools OK

Overview by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, 27 January 1979

Say hello to the schoolgirl revolution and the shortest cut to cleaning up in UK reggae. And ya thought reggae was all about guns, ganga, ...

The Heptones: Home of the Hits

Report and Interview by Vivien Goldman, Melody Maker, 17 February 1979

THE BIGGEST surprise of the week was the fact that the Black Echoes Reggae Awards started on time. Last year's was a typical reggaematic shambles: ...


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