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Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King Lloyd Bradley

Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King

Lloyd Bradley

Published
ISBN : 9780140237634
Paperback
540 pages
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Jamaican music at last has the book it deserves Prince Buster, from his ForewordThe first comprehensive history of every aspect of reggae (and) it could be the last that talked to those who were there at stage one...Bradley leaves no stoneMoreJamaican music at last has the book it deserves Prince Buster, from his ForewordThe first comprehensive history of every aspect of reggae (and) it could be the last that talked to those who were there at stage one...Bradley leaves no stone unturned in a coruscating rollercoaster ride through murder, major label gripes, ganja paranoia and racism, ending with Luciano hoping for a return to good songs and good singers. And if UB 40 get a mention, I missed it. Isn`t that recommendation enough for you? MojoSwitches between informed analysis and intoxicating aural history...With epic contributions from major players such as PrinceBuster, Horace Andy, Bunny Lee and Dennis Bovell GQFascinating...written with passion, style and gusto. This is a book many musicians would benefit from reading Jah Wobble, Independent on SundayA compelling social and musical history running from Fifties soundsystem roots to contemporary dancehall...filled to the brim with anecdotes to keep the most hardened music-head happy FaceA classic...Hilarious in places, peppered with social and historical comment in others, this is a fascinating account detailing how reggae evolved in Jamaica and became a global phenomenon New Nation