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Shaggy and Friends serves healthy desserts to Jamaica's children
By Anthea McGibbon on 14 Jan 2009
A comprehensive overview of Shaggy's recent week in Jamaica.
Interview : Linval Thompson
By Angus Taylor on 12 Jan 2009
"I never really expected I was going to do another album to tell you the truth"
Breaking Babylon Curse by Messenjah Selah
By John Fenwick on 08 Jan 2009
Chanting down Babylon in a classic roots style.
Remembering Dickie Jobson
By Barbara Blake Hannah on 31 Dec 2008
Legendary film director of Countryman, Dickie Jobson passes.
Unconditional Love by Marlon Asher
By John Fenwick on 22 Dec 2008
From Ganja Farmer to master of thoughtful Trinidadian roots music.
Scotia hosts 'celebration of art'
By Anthea McGibbon on 20 Dec 2008
This year the Scotia Private Client Group team put all heart in art, making their annual signature...
Interview: Freddie McGregor
By Davina Hamilton on 19 Dec 2008
"With the new breed of artists coming through right now, there is no doubt in my mind that reggae...
The Dubs that Time Forgot by Mad Professor
By John Fenwick on 18 Dec 2008
Retrospective of unreleased dubs from the prolific professor.
Peter Lloyd sends his soul to the world
By Anthea McGibbon on 17 Dec 2008
This year, Peter Lloyd the film actor, turned singer, released latest single Oh My Dahling, which...
Journey to Foreign by Clinark
By John Fenwick on 15 Dec 2008
Debut album from Bermuda/UK artist Clinark has the feel of a classic.
Susan Cadogan: Two Sides of Susan Cadogan
By John Fenwick on 12 Dec 2008
Lovers’ rock old and new with Mad Professor at the controls.
Bob Marley and the Seven Chakras
By Geoffrey Philp on 11 Dec 2008
In her book The Anatomy of Spirit, Caroline Myss outlines the seven chakras of the human body....
Dennis Brown, The Niney Years
By Angus Taylor on 09 Dec 2008
One of the key partnerships in both reggae and in music worldwide.
Reggae Anthology - Randy's 50th Anniversary
By Angus Taylor on 03 Dec 2008
A joyous reminder of why these songs have stood the test of time.
For Alton Ellis, O.D. by Malachi
By Geoffrey Philp on 26 Nov 2008
Birth, death, and all the other parts of life surround us. But it is the writer, the poet, acting in...

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