Excellent double header from Maria Anderson. Soulful and well produced by Family Man.
Nice slow and steady roots from Jimmy Riley and Family Man
Family Man has a knack of turning out high quality roots instrumentals. This is one of them. B side is good too.
Drum machine led roots. There is a strong Lee Perry influence on this one. Not quite as over the top as Scratchs productions but never the less a good tune.
A post rocksteady jamboree of Striker Lee's early reggae productions. Includes some pulsating instrumentals, soulful vocals and twisting dj verbosity. 21 tracks many from original master tapes, laced with evocative photographs that have been supplied by Bunny and his family and some excellent notes on the ‘Bunny Lee’ modus operandi by Diggory Kenrick. A single CD and double Vinyl Lp.
A really excellent book from Al Fingers 'One Love Books' who are fast gaining a reputation for being the premier label for all things related to Jamaican Culture. Can't recommend this highly enough. Lavish thoughtful and done with real panache.
Huddersfield a town in the North of England was always known as a hotbed for Reggae Music. This book explains why and how. Tasty.