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Pressing Matters
Last year British-born, New York-based writer and reggae lover Vivien Goldman was in Jamaica for activities related to International Reggae Day. Based on discussions she had with players in the local music industry, she became aware of the death of the local vinyl industry. “How could th ...
Clement Irie returns with More Than Ever
IN the 1980s, deejay Clement Irie rode the charts with hits such as Bun And Cheese (with Robert Ffrench), Leave Di Drugs Alone, Koloko and DJ In My Country. Now in his late 40s, he is once again on the hit trail. His song, More Than Ever, is number 17 and 15 on the South Florida and New York Regg ...
Positive vibration
Vincent “Tata” Ford is one of reggae’s mystery men. His name (as V. Ford) appeared in the writer’s credits on two of Bob Marley’s biggest albums, but little is known about him. Ford died in December 2008 at age 68 from complications of diabetes and hypertension. A clo ...

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