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Culture

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Feb 7, 2011
1977: As the two sevens clashed Culture’s consummate combination of roots reggae, prophecy, portents, peace, love and unity became the order of the day
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Tommy McCook

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jan 7, 2011
Tommy McCook’s beautiful tenor saxophone graced countless sixties and seventies recordings but his work as a composer and arranger is every bit as important. He is one of the undisputed architects and builders of modern Jamaican music.
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Wailing Souls

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Nov 5, 2010
Over the last four decades The Wailing Souls have been one of the most consistently inspired and inspiring of Jamaica’s vocal groups. They are important, not only because of the beauty and brilliance of their songs, but also because they have never ever stopped making music.
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Dillinger

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Aug 10, 2010
Dillinger, the deejay that brought the sound of Kingston’s dance halls to a worldwide audience in the late seventies…
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Jimmy Cliff

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Jul 1, 2010
One of reggae’s most consistently successful artists whose career stretches from the early ska period right through to the present day and includes the starring role in the ‘The Harder They Come’… the film that helped to introduce reggae to an international audience.
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Lee Perry

Text by Jeremy Collingwood
Date Added: May 11, 2010
Currently, rightly, seen as a key figure in the development of the form & structure of music, yet alone reggae. In a glorious decade from 1969 to 1979 he produced hundred’s of singles, ten’s of albums and was right there at the genesis of Dub, Sampling and Remixing. He stands with a alongside the likes of Phil Spector or Atlantic & Stax.
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Mighty Diamonds

Text by Jeremy Collingwood
Date Added: May 11, 2010
Delivered top class harmony vocals and brought a touch of real class to mid-1970’s sufferer’s reggae. A slew of fabulous Channel One & then Music Works singles meant that The Mighty Diamonds enjoyed popularity across the Sound System scene. Their Gussie Clark produced ‘Pass the Kouchie’ crossed over into the UK Charts. Currently over-looked in the creditably stakes!
Peter Tosh photo

Peter Tosh

Text by Jeremy Collingwood
Date Added: May 11, 2010
As one third of the original Wailers, Peter was at there at the start with Bob Marley. He remained ruggedly independent though he failed to find Superstardom he sort, he did build an expressive career particularly in the USA, France & Africa. He had a Biblical like presence and many of his best work found Peter in Old Testament style.
Junior Delgado photo

Junior Delgado

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Added: Mar 26, 2010
Influential roots vocalist whose illustrious hit making career spanned three decades.
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