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Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King

Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King

Author: Lloyd Bradley
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Presents an account of the history of reggae. This book describes reggae's origins and development in Jamaica, from ska to rock-steady to dub and to reggae itself, a local music which conquered the world. It relates the story of reggae to the history of Jamaica, from Colonial Island to troubled independence, and Jamaicans, from Kingston to London.
Table of contents
Part One First session: boogie in my bones; music is my occupation; we are rolling; message from the king; train to Skaville; strange country; what a world. Part Two Simmer down: soul style; dance crasher; mix it up; you can get it if you really want. Part Three Studio kinda cloudy: pressure drop; wake the town, tell the people; dubwise situation; dreadlocks in moonlight; ah fi we dis; trench town rock; warrior charge; sipple out deh. Part Four Fist to fist days gone: ring the alarm; kid's play; Johnny dollar; healing of a nation.
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General Fields

  • : 9780140237634
  • : Penguin Books Ltd
  • : Penguin Books Ltd
  • : August 2001
  • : 198mm X 129mm X 37mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 8pp b&w photographs, further reading, index
  • : Paperback
  • : 01/10/
  • : 592
  • : Reggae; Social & cultural history; Black studies
  • : Lloyd Bradley