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Black Scorpio also known as 'The Horseman Sound' to the close association of Johnson (who owned racehorses) and deejays that worked on the sound system (General Trees and Lord Sassafrass) with horse racing, it rose to become one of the top sounds in Jamaica.

Black Scorpio also known as 'The Horseman Sound' to the close association of Johnson (who owned racehorses) and deejays that worked on the sound system (General Trees and Lord Sassafrass) with horse racing, it rose to become one of the top sounds in Jamaica.

Sir Coxsone Dodd's Sound System | urbanimage.tv

Sir Coxsone Dodd's Sound System | urbanimage.tv

Dancehall Queen #watch_this

I love this movie because it represent success in a less and viable environment. Dancehall Queen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mutabaruka (Alan Hope) Jamaican, Rastafarian Dub Poet. Rastafari is a young, Africa-centred religion which developed in Jamaica in the 1930s, following the coronation of Haile Selassie I as King of Ethiopia in 1930.

~ Mutabaruka: Jamaican, Rastafarian Dub Poet ~ “It’s almost criminal… for somebody to eat 3 times a day and never plant nothing yet!

The Trojan Sound System members have been hailed as pioneers, originators and instigators for their contribution towards Bass and sound system culture within the UK

The Trojan Sound System members have been hailed as pioneers, originators and instigators for their contribution towards Bass and sound system culture within the UK

Who Killed Bob Marley Documentary - Strange Universe Documentary, conspiracy theories even for Bob!  The King of Reggae, I hope this is not true, but you never know.

Who Killed Bob Marley Documentary - Strange Universe Documentary, conspiracy theories even for Bob! The King of Reggae, I hope this is not true, but you never know.

King Jammy's Sound System

Reggae’s Favourite Toe Tapping Shoe: Clarks Desert Trek

MILLIE SMALL 1964

"Millie Small was the first reggae artiste to make the UK charts with 'My Boy Lollipop'.

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Image result for saxon sound system uk

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Celebrating reggae sound systems

The booming culture of London sound systems, World Update - BBC World Service

martindat: THE LATE GREGORY ISSACS.

Gregory Isaacs: Gregory Anthony Isaacs was a Jamaican reggae musician. Milo Miles, writing in The New York Times, described Isaacs as "the most exquisite vocalist in reggae". His honorific nickname was the Cool Ruler.

King Tubby, 1977 (photo by Dave Hendley)

King Tubby, 1977 by Dave Hendley “The function of the photos was simply to show people back in the UK what these people looked like. King Tubby turned out to be a very serious jazz fan, who didn’t.