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      May 9, 2010, at 8:52 am

      In the Gleaner

      There are a couple of intersting pieces in the Gleaner today:

      First off Mel Cooke talks to U Roy about his early recordings for Duke Reid, how they came about and his dealings with the producer. Check it.

      Next the Gleaner reports on a court case between Clement Dodd Jnr on one side and his stepmother, Norma, sister Carol, on the other. The case related to his removal from Dodds 1987 will, Clement Jnr claimed … continue reading…

      March 26, 2010, at 11:26 pm

      …with a Bullet

      The Bullet records feature is taking shape nicely with another 75+ label scans (thanks Matty J!) plus around 20 more sound samples added over the last few days.

      If anyone can help with the missing label scans and more importantly Jamaican label scans of any of the Bullet releases then please get in touch.

      February 11, 2010, at 10:01 pm

      The Original Rockfort Shock

      I haven’t seen a copy of the French Reggae magazine Natty Dread for a while now but it’s good to know they are still hard at it; apparently issue number number 59 has just come out and features Bunny Wailer, Buju Banton, Yabby You and more.

      The only difficulty I’ve ever had with this fine looking magazine is that (obviously) it’s written in French so it was great to see that they’ve just published an … continue reading…

      January 14, 2010, at 7:46 pm

      No More Heartaches

      Peter I interviews Trevor Shields of the Beltones on the Reggae-Vibes website. Trevor needed some prompting to remember things but there is some decent stuff there when he gets going.

      December 29, 2009, at 3:35 pm

      DanceCrasher updates – 3 in 1

      There has been lots going on with DanceCrasher over the last week or two.

      The Pama discographies have been extended with the Bullet label being added, there are still a load of label scans and sound samples to go on but these will be added over time. The Unity discography has now had all the sound samples added except King Cannon – Five Card Stud (UN517B) which may or may not exist. There are … continue reading…

      October 12, 2009, at 10:22 am

      A Musical Fever

      Some great stuff to listen to:

      First up RS Digital’s show of Supreme FM 99.8fm on Sunday night featuring a WIRL special. This show is all off the mastertapes with enough false starts and musical chatter. Only the second half of the show is featured below. I’ll add part one if it becomes available. Thanks to my good friend Dave Home for the recording and link and to Richie from Musical Fever for the heads … continue reading…

      October 10, 2009, at 3:19 pm

      Something called Loving Reggae

      Another old podcast is dusted off and given a new lease of life. This one is strictly 68-71 reggae styles. Once all the old podcasts have been removed from podomatic and put up here I may even try and get it together to do some new ones…

      Loving Reggae by Tim Dancecrasher on Mixcloud

      Maytones – Loving Reggae (UK Blue Cat) GG … continue reading…

      September 8, 2009, at 10:39 am

      On The Mule Train

      Mule Train by Count Prince Miller is unlikely to figure in many peoples list of all time classics but it was a huge hit in both Jamaica and the UK none the less. The Gleaner talks to him about how he came to record the tune, what he got paid (or not) and it’s international success. Even if you don’t love the tune this is a nice little feature and gives further insight into the … continue reading…

      August 15, 2009, at 8:34 am

      International Times Archives

      Late 60’s and early 70’s copies of counterculture paper International Times are now archived online for free.

      The reggae content was usually pretty light weight but some of it is interesting all the same. Check this article that is based around the 1970 film Reggae by Horace Ove for example.

      July 28, 2009, at 9:01 am

      Alton And Hortense vinyl on Rock-A-Shacka

      Following the release of the Soul Train Is Coming CD featuring Alton Ellis productions Rock-A-Shacka have released a 7″ and 12″ of Alton Ellis material.

      12″ (DB004) Alton Ellis – Love To Share/Let Him Try, a lovers tune and a soulful ballad do-over of his Studio One classic respectively. 7″ (DB003) Alton Ellis – Again/Hortense Ellis – Love Is The Key. Two early 70’s reggae tunes.

      These have been out for a while already, they … continue reading…