I forget where I first heard about this single “Roar oh Lion” but it was recently while searching around the internet. I noticed it because the band name is the same as another band that I really love.
That band started in early 1990′s in Switzerland and released a number of albums in that [...]
Ruffy TNT as the man is known is a man that lives and breathes early Reggae from around the world. His band, Mexico’s top early Reggae outfit Jamaica 69, have been releasing music over the last decade are trying to get to the 2012 London [...]
There was an interesting piece in the Jamaica Observer about the classic Count Prince Miller cut “Mule Train”. This was a hit back in the day and still gets a spin sporadically in the clubs today.
As the story states: his involvement in the 1972 recording session was somewhat impromptu. “I [...]
In the interest of highlighting modern acts that were little known outside of certain circles, that issued only a few tracks or 1 “45″ but were outstanding to see live and ahead of the curve, we kick off a new feature to help spread the word about these “Lost Gems”.
Dynamic Pressure is one [...]
Since we discussed “Spaghetti Western” inspired reggae Friday thanks to Nina’s wonderful blog we’re going to continue that topic again.
“Death Rides A Horse” by The Hippy Boys, named after the movie of the same name, was issued in 1970 on Pama’s Unity label. Its the B-side to Max Romeo’s [...]
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