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Max Romeo and the Upsetters

Max Romeo and the Upsetters

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Reggae — is it a new art form?

Comment by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 8 November 1969

A critical appraisal by Christopher J Welch ...

Bunny Wailer: Blackheart Man/Max Romeo & the Upsetters: War in a Babylon (Island)

Review by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, 28 August 1976

IT HAS been a remarkable year for reggae, a year which has seen the full flowering of the music as a vehicle for social, political ...

New Musick: Dub

Overview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 3 December 1977

Dub = Surprise Dub = Strobe (it flash your eyes/hypnotise) Dub = Pulse Dub = Frontier When you listen to dub:- ...

Lee "Scratch" Perry: Scratch'n'mix

Retrospective by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 18 April 1997

Lee "Scratch" Perry may not have invented dub, but, says Sean O'Hagan, he is its one auteur — his influence can be heard from trip-hop ...

Ska: Fascinating rhythm

Retrospective by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 29 October 1999

Fresh out of young Jamaica in the 60s, ska became the defining sound of a vibrant music scene — in turn it influenced 70s reggae, ...

see also Lee "Scratch" Perry


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