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Observer logo

Observer

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Jul 14, 2014
One of Jamaica’s most inventive and radical record producers ‘The Observer’ Holness has always been a name to watch out for…
 Joe Gibbs logo

Joe Gibbs

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jan 17, 2014
Nothing succeeds like success and there was a time in the mid to late seventies when very few record labels came near to succeeding like or exceeding the success of the releases on the Joe Gibbs label.
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Santic

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Aug 30, 2013
Innately modest, and remarkably talented, Leonard ‘Santic’ Chin was intimately involved in, and hugely influential on, two very different and extremely important movements in the history of reggae music…
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Aquarius

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Apr 26, 2013
Herman Chin Loy has somehow remained a relatively unsung name in the history of Jamaican music although the innovative music on his Aquarius and Scorpio record labels has proved more significant and has resonated far further than that of many better known producers…
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Volcano

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Feb 14, 2013
Junjo’s Volcano label and Hi-Power Sound System dominated Jamaica’s music scene in the early eighties with “a star studded camp that included a brash albino named Yellowman and teenaged singer Barrington Levy…”
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Sun Shot/Jontom/Terminal

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Dec 28, 2012
“Even in his heyday of the seventies Phil Pratt says he was never one for the limelight. However, American rapper Snoop Lion's cover of Ken Boothe's ‘Artibella’ has put the focus on one of reggae's under rated producers.” Howard Campbell
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Beverleys

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Sep 13, 2012
From 1962 to 1971 Beverley’s Records was one of the leading labels on Kingston’s music scene and Leslie Kong was one of the very first record producers to move Jamaican music forward onto the international stage
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Blue Beat

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jul 30, 2012
London based label whose influence in the sixties was so profound that all Jamaican music was popularly known as Blue Beat in the UK…
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African Museum

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Apr 11, 2012
An early enterprise by two of Kingston’s elite recording artists, Gregory Isaacs and Errol Dunkley, to wrest control of the music they were making from the producers and place it in the hands of its creators…
Gussie P/ Sip A Cup logo

Gussie P/ Sip A Cup

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Mar 31, 2012
A successful London based producer and engineer whose music mixes and matches the greatest of the old with the best of the new. Gussie’s studio and his Sip A Cup and Gussie P labels have been one of the cornerstones of the UK reggae music scene over the last two decades
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Clandisc

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Feb 9, 2012
Clancy Eccles truly believed in the power of music to effect social change and he opened the door for countless others to come through and capitalise on his innovations…
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Techniques

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jan 25, 2012
“Yet I want nothing out of it. A man can get fi him credit. I get my credit from the work I do.” Winston Riley
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Music Works

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jan 11, 2012
Throughout his long and highly successful career Augustus ‘Gussie’ Clarke has not only always taken good care of business but has also been involved in every step of the music making process.
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Black Ark / Black Art / Upsetter / Orchid

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Oct 3, 2011
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry is responsible for creating some of the most complex and mystical music to ever come out of Jamaica, or anywhere else, in his Black Ark studio. His importance to the history of Jamaican music in particular and recorded music in general is incalculable.
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Fe Me Time

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Mar 2, 2011
Jimmy Radways’ Fe Me Time and Capricorn Rising labels could never be termed prolific but every release “produced all the way by the man L. Rodway” was a certified classic
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Intel Diplo

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Feb 5, 2011
Following the break up of The Wailers Peter Tosh released his records on his own Intelligent Diplomat For His Imperial Majesty label. The recurring theme on his Intel Diplo H.I.M. recordings was freedom, equal rights and justice for all.
Striker Lee/Lee's/Jackpot/Justice logo

Striker Lee/Lee's/Jackpot/Justice

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Feb 1, 2011
As a creator of musical trends Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee is second to none. For the best part of a decade the reggae business hung on his every word and tried to copy his every move.
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Pantomine/Dwyer/South East Music

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Dec 14, 2010
Commercial success has largely eluded Glen Brown but his work, stretching over four decades, has ensured his status as a ‘cult figure’ and his records are prized collectors items that fetch correspondingly high prices on the collectors market.
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Trojan

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Mar 31, 2010
The most successful of the many London based reggae labels releasing Jamaican music scoring nearly thirty crossover hits in the U.K. National Charts between 1969 and 1976. The company would then go on to dominate the ‘revival’ reissue market in the new Millennium.
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Randys /17 North Parade

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Mar 25, 2010
Legendary shop, label and recording studio that formed the epicentre of the Jamaican music business for the best part of two decades.
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