Harry Johnson AKA Harry J of Liquidator and so many other boss recordings has died the Observer reports.
The many produced so many classic tunes in the late 60′s and early 70′s. Another massive loss.
Here’s a little version throwdown! Take two versions of the same song and let em fight it out. Which one do you like better? Does the newer version add anything to the original to make it more interesting or does it just pale in comparison?
First up we have two heavyweights going head to [...]
Junor Franics and Skamania once again brings another legendary artist to Los Globos. This time it’s the internationally acclaimed and multi award-winning Errol Dunkley! on Saturday March 30
One of the most widely praised vocalists to emerge from the glorious rocksteady era will be backed by the lively and [...]
The documentary film The Rise & Fall of the Clash is available on DVD for all who missed it in it’s small theatrical run.
Taking over three years to complete, The Rise and Fall of the Clash, explores the evolution of the [...]
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Freddie Notes launched his career on the famous Vera Johns Jamaican talent show and promptly went onto cut his first record for Studio One Records. Immigrating to London in 1964 success soon followed when his band The Rudies recorded for Trojan Records. Hits came thick and fast… “Return from South Vietnam”, [...]
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