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The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70

The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70

The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70

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Ray Hurford digs deep in early reggae.

The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70Publisher, music writer and musician Ray Hurford has put out a new book in the always interesting The Small Axe Guide To series.

'The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70' digs deep in early reggae, sometimes labeled skinhead reggae, since it was the skinheads who took the music to their hearts outside the West Indian communities in the late 60’s.

The book is 200 pages and contains over 100 profiles of all the people who were big in the reggae era during this period – Desmond Dekker, Derrick Morgan and Laurel Aitken to name a few. Included are singers, groups, bands, musicians, deejays and, of course, producers.

'The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70' is somewhat reminiscent of the nowadays deleted Boss Sounds by Marc Griffiths. But Boss Sounds concentrated on singles and 'The Small Axe Guide to Reggae 68-70' is instead focusing on albums.

If you like guides and labels such as Trojan and Pama then you should definitely check out this book.

Available through Small Axe People for £7.50 in the UK or £9.50 to Europe and rest of the world.

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