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PostPosted: February 23, 2008 13:58 
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BLACK MUSIC: FEB 1976:

Burning Spear "Marcus Garvey" (Island 9377)

Marcus Garvey/Slavery Days/The Invasion/Live Good/Give Me/Old Marcus Garvey/Tradition/Jordan River/Red Gold And Green/Resting Place: -

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From the Burning Spear my teacher. I have discovered true emotion in music "And they beat us, and they work us so hard, and they use us, till they refuse us...." Do you remember the days of slavery? How can you forget , they aren`t over yet! "The big fat boat.....we must pull it, with shackles around our necks, believe me and we sit so close..."

Row Fisherman row! "...some of us survive..." The album cover has been spoilt in a clumsy attempt to emphasise an image and the message when all the reality is there in the music already.Better to have used some of those fine colour shots,or left the Jamaican cover as it was.I have been playing this record for six months while everything else has gone stale in no more than six days. I want you all black and white to buy this album. Buy it for the new year, for your enemies and for your friends. Forget about dubs for a moment, the Spear are here to stay so get with "em.Buy the LP and give the Spear the success their music deserves.With their moving,moody music they have opened up a direct line of communication and now we can see clearly how much we have in common.All that is appropriate is in the music.Spear are honest, and lead singer, song-writer and arranger Winston Rodney is a humble, magnetic person with a way of singing about himself and the world that will deeply affect you.If you give the music the chance.The message is love universal.-Carl Gayle Black Music.

They dont write reviews like that these days,nowadays its just a couple of words.

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PostPosted: February 23, 2008 14:25 
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Carl Gayle was one of the most important reggae journalists though. I often pull out the »King Tubby Surrounded by the Dreads at the National Arena« just to read the fantastic liner notes;

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Thank you for posting the review.



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I will put some more up soon.

also some of the reggae charts at dem times.

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BLACK MUSIC UK CHARTS FEBRUARY 1976

REGGAE ALBUMS UK: * Denotes Import

1. Marcus Garvey - Burning Spear (Island Q377).

2. Put It On - Johnny Clarke (Volcan 001).

3. Live - Bob Marley And The Wailers (Island 9376).

4. Truth And Rights - I. Roy (Grounation 504).

5. Chalice Blaze - Jah Woosh (Midnite MR 003 / Student STU 003).

6. Dread Locks Dread - Big Youth (kilk 9001).

7. Ja Gan - Leslie Butler (Trojan 112).

8. Cornell Campbell - Dance In A Greenwich Farm (Grounation 503).

9. The Roots Of Dub - King Tubby & The Agrovators (Grounation 502).

10. Torch Of Freedom - Keith Hudson (Atra 1001).

11. Pick A Dub - IInd Street Dreads (Atra 1002).

12. Dread In A Babylon - U. Roy (T/R International).*

13. Speak Softly - Barrington Spence (Trojan 117).

14. King Of The Dubb Rock - Sir Coxsone Sound (Safari 100).

15. Klikers - Various Artists (Kilk 9006).

16. Natty Dread - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Island 9281).

17. Step Forward Youth - Prince Jazzbo & I. Roy (Live And Love 05).

18. Rebel Rock - Third World All Stars (Third World 103).

19. Rocking Time - Burning Spear (Studio One).*

20. For I And I - Delroy Wilson (Grounation 501).

Reggae Charts compiled with the assistance of the following record shops:

Don Christie, Sparkbrook, Birmingham; Java Record Shack, London E.8;

Intone Records London S.E.15; Black Wax, Lozells, Birmingham.

BLACK MUSIC FEBRUARY 1976

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PostPosted: February 24, 2008 19:53 
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UK CHARTS FEBRUARY 1976: BLACK MUSIC MAGAZINE:

REGGAE PRE-RELEASE SINGLES:

1. Penny For Your Dub - U. Roy (Crystal ).

2. Run Babylon Run - The Roots Convention (Impact ).

3. Your Cup - The Gaylads (Fox ).

4. The Love Of A Woman - Horace Andy (Jackpot ).

5. Battering Down Sentence (Solomonic ).

6. Dungeon - Wailing Souls (Mafia Tone ).

7. Smile Orange - The Chariot Riders (Crystal ).

8. Never Go Down - Toots & The Maytals (Warrika ).

9. Deception - The Divine Brothers (High Rock Recs ).

10. Forward Jah Jah - The Abyssinians (Clinch ).

11. Life`s Worth Living - Dennis Brown (DEB Music ).

12. Two Face Rasta - Cornell Campbell (Babell ).

13. Mr. Talkative - I. Roy (Techniques ).

14. Who Is The One - I. Roy (Upsetter ).

15. Invasion - Jackie Edwards (High Note Rec ).

16. Life Table - Tyrone Taylor (Wolf ).

17. Trust Your Heart - Techniques (Upsetter ).

18. Jah Creation - Creole (Channel One ).

19. Country Boy - Heptones (Harry J ).

20. Scatter Rock - Brentford Disco Set (Studio One ).

BLACK MUSIC FEBRUARY 1976

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BLACK MUSIC UK CHARTS: JANUARY 1975:

UK REGGAE 7" PRE-RELEASE SINGLES CHART:

1. Curly Locks - Junior Byles (DIP 5035).

2. Ire Feeling - Rupie Edwards (Cactus 38).

3. I`m In Love - Hortense Ellis (Bimbo 01).

4. Hurts So Good - Susan Cadogan (DIP 5030).

5. In My Heart There Is A Place - Ginger Williams (Paradie 08).

6. Together - Jimmy London (Harry J 6691).

7. So Jah Seh - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Island).

8. Don`t Go - Gregory Isaacs (Attack 8081).

9. This Monday Morning Feeling - Tito Simon (Hoss 57).

10. Summertime - Pat Kelly (Fight 02).

11. Keep It In The Family - Veronica Adams (Tropical 033).

12. Enter The Dragon - The Upsetters (DIP 5031).

13. Black Pepper - Heavy Jeff (Magnet 046).

14. When Will I See You Again - Marcia Griffiths (Hoss).

15. Everything I Own - Ken Boothe (Trojan 7920).

16. Where Were You - Al Campbell (Faith 003).

17. Oh Carol - Freddie McKay (Attack 8079).

18. Kung Fu Fighting - The Maroons (Harry J 6694).

19. Mr. Shim - Micky (Tropical 032).

20. Solitary Man - Skin, Flesh & Bones (Harry J 6690).

21. Penny Reel - Prince Jazzbo (DIP 5036).

22. Changing Partners - Barbara Jones (Attack 8077).

23. Youth In Service - Prince Jazzbo (Cactus 42).

24. Ire Festival - Turner McCormack (Harry J 6686).

25. Sit Right Down & Cry - Errol Dunkley (Caribbean 03).

26. Margaret - Dennis Walks (Count Shelly 055).

27. Saturday Night - Lorenzo (Harry J 6687).

28. Be Thankful - Rocking Horse (Sydna 5026).

29. Play De Music - Tinga Stewart (Trojan 7934).

30. Help Me Make It Through The Night - John Holt (Trojan 7909).

UK REGGAE ALBUMS CHART:

1. Sweet Bitter Love - Marica Griffiths (Trojan TRLS 94).

2. In The Dark - Toots & The Maytals (Dragon DRLS 5004).

3. Rock The Boat - The Inner Circle (Trojan TRLS 93).

4. Many Moods Of I.Roy - I. Roy (Trojan TRLS 91).

5. 1000 Volts Of Holt - John Holt (Trojan TRLS 75).

6. Let`s Get It On - Ken Boothe (Trojan TRLS 85).

7. Dusty Roads - John Holt (Trojan TRLS).

8. Twenty Tighten Ups - Various Artists (Trojan TRLS 90).

9. Just Between - Varoius Artists (Count Shelly 07).

10. Reggae - Herbie Mann (Atlantic K50053).

11. Burnin` - The Wailers (Island 9256).

12. All Stars - Various Artists (Count Shelly CSLP08).

13. Miracle Worker - Sydney Rogers (Ethnic 2214S).

14. Reggae String`s - Various Artists (Trojan TRLS 92).

15. Here I Am Baby - Al Brown (Trojan TRLS 99).

16. Rasta Revolution - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Trojan TRLS 89).

17. Officially - Llyod Parks (Attack ATLP 1009).

18. Picture On The Wall - Freddie McKay (Attack ATLP 1013).

19. Club Reggae - Various Artists (Trojan TRLS 97).

20. I`m Gonna Knock On Your Door - The Pioneers (Trojan TRLS 98).

Charts compiled with the help of the following record shops:

Don Christie, Birmingham B12; Intone Records, London SE15; High Road Records, London N17; Black Wax, Birminghan B19; Record Corner, London SW12.

BLACK MUSIC JANUARY 1975

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PostPosted: March 13, 2008 18:09 
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Hi Stepping Razor

Excellent stuff. Thank you. Certainly brings back some memories! Please keep 'em coming. :)


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PostPosted: March 13, 2008 20:31 
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Hey Simon,

Your showing your age :)

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PostPosted: March 14, 2008 12:19 
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Hey Dave

Old, but sadly, lacking wisdom! :D

Seriously, though, there are a number of singles I used to own, but I cannot remember exactly what they were. I am hoping that one of these lists is going to prompt a eureka moment. :)


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6anbatte wrote:Hey Dave

Old, but sadly, lacking wisdom!

Seriously, though, there are a number of singles I used to own, but I cannot remember exactly what they were. I am hoping that one of these lists is going to prompt a eureka moment.

Do you remember what year it was, or even the month?

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PostPosted: March 14, 2008 20:34 
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Funny how the memory can fade and then be suddenly jogged hard back to life.

I recently bought Cultural Roots, Revolutionary Sounds (vocal). I knew it was a well respected LP but I didn't think I knew what it sounded like. The second the needle hit the wax and the first bars began to play I was transported back to a smokey room in Portsmouth in 1979. I was listening to one of my very best favourite vocal LPs and I had totally 100% forgotten I had owned it. But as I played it, I sang along, knew the tune fo the next track, etc, just like my memory had never failed me.

The human brain, amazing isn't it?


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UK REGGAE CHARTS 1979:

July 7, 1979:

SINGLES:

1. Lacksley Castell - Jah Love Is Sweeter - Orchid.

2. Black Uhuru - Abortion - Taxi.

3. Big Youth - Mind Blowing Decisions - Nicholas Delta.

4. Burning Spear - Nyah Keith - Spear.

5. Barrington Levy - Collie Weed - Roots From Yard.

6. Ernest Ranglin - Surfing - Studio One.

7. I Kong - The Way It Is (Original) - Top Ranking.

8. Tony Tuff - Chant Down Babylon - Soul Syndicate.

9. Gregory Isaacs - Conversation - Earthquake.

10. Willie Brackenridge - Blood Money - Harvest.

DISCO 45:

1. Heptones/Jacob Miller - Love Don`t Come Easy/Keep On Knocking - Rockers.

2. Ras Midas/I. Roy - Good Old Days - Tribes Man.

3. Lone Ranger - Barnabas Collins - GG.

4. Big Youth/Jackie Paris - Really Together - Gussie.

5. Bob And Marcia - Always Together - Studio One.

6. Diamonds - Body Guard - Front Line.

7. Sugar Minott - Hard Time Pressure - Sufferers Heights.

8. Wayne Wade - Ballistic Dreadlocks - Yabby U.

9. Horace Andy/Tappa Zukie - Natty Dread A Whey She Want - Stars.

10. Leroy Smart - Pride And Ambition (79 Style) - Gussie.

ALBUMS:

1. Rockers All Stars - Chanting Dub - Rockers.

2. Augustus Pablo - Africa Must Be Free By 1983 Dubwise - Message.

3. Dr. Alimantado - King`s Bread - Ital.

4. Al Campbell - Loving Moods Of Al Campbell - Music Force.

5. Sugar Minott - Ghetto-Ology - Trojan.

6. Light Of Saba - Sabebe - Light Of Saba.

7. Various Artists - Rockers In Hungry Town - Hungry Town.

8. Sugar Minott - Live Loving - Studio One.

9. Horace Andy - In The Light - Hungry Town.

10. Various Artists - Studio One Showcase - Studio One.

Compiled by Dub Vendor Clapham Junction Open Market Stall.

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UK REGGAE CHARTS 1979:

July 21, 1979:

SINGLES:

1. Jacob Miller- Keep On Knocking - Greensleeves.

2. Horace Andy/Tappa Zukie - Natty Dread A Whey She Want - Stars.

3. Lone Ranger - Barnabas Collins - GG.

4. Dr. Alimantado - Sitting In The Park - Greensleeves.

5. Lacksley Castell - What A Great Day - Sufferers Heights.

6. Rod Taylor - No-One Can Tell I About Jah - Hitrun.

7. Diamonds - Bodyguards - Front Line.

8. Hugh Mundell - Stop Them Jah - Rockers International.

9. Morwells/Ranking Trevor - They Hold Us Down - Greensleeves.

10. Paul Blackman - Earth, Wind, Fire - Rockers International.

11. Black Uhuru - Plastic Smile - D-Roy.

12. Al Campbell - Conversation - Soferno B.

13. Silford Walker - Africa - South East Music.

14. Junior Delgado/Jah Thomas - The Raiders - Burning Rockers.

15. Ras Midas/I. Roy - Good Old Days - Tribesman.

16. Sister Love - Goodbye Little Man - Cool Rockers.

17. Lacksley Castell - Jah Children - Hungry Town.

18. Sugar Minott - Can`t Take No Fight - Hawkeye.

19. Gregory Isaacs/Prince Fari - Uncle Joe - Front Line.

20. Johnny Clarke/U-Roy - Every Knee Shall Bow - Stars.

ALBUMS:

1. Augustus Pablo - Arfica Must Be Free Dub - Rockers International.

2. Earth And Stone - Kool Roots - Cha Cha.

3. Gregory Isaacs - Soon Forward - Front Line.

4. Rockers All Stars - Chanting Dub - Rockers International.

5. Al Campbell - Loving Moods - Force.

6. Sugar Minott - Ghetto-Ology - Trojan.

7. The Twinkle Brothers - Praise Jah - Front Line.

8. Various Artists - Rebel Music - Trojan.

9. Heptones - Good Life - greensleeves.

10. Horace Andy - In The Light Dub - Hungry Town.

Supplied by Greensleeves Records, 44 Uxbridge Road, Sheperds Bush, London W12.

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UK REGGAE CHARTS 1979:

July 28, 1979:

SINGLES:

1. Jah Thomas - Cricket Lovely Cricket - Midnight Rock.

2. Sugar Minott - Every Little Thing - Mandingo.

3. Tony Tuff - Chant Down Babylon - Soul Syndicate.

4. Ringo - Frankenstein - Belmont.

5. Dave Richardson - With You Girl - Rockers.

6. Big Youth - Mind Blowing Decisions - Nicholas Delta.

7. Linval Thompson - Natty Dread A Pressure Them - Rockers.

8. Papa Michigan & General Smiley - Nice Up The Dance - Studio One.

9. I Kong - The Way It Is (Original) - Top Ranking.

10. Stepping King Miguel - Coconut Park Rock - Lightning.

11. Ken Boothe - Satta Massa Gana - Roots From Yard.

12. Doreen Schaefer - Sugar Sugar - Studio One.

13. Trinity - Hog And Goat - Belmont.

14. Reality - Sardine Pan - Gorgon.

15. Charlie Morrison - Selassie Memorial - Vivian Jackson.

16. Ricky Grant - World War III - Message.

17. Culture - The Shepherd - High Note.

18. Freddie McKay - Teardrops - Channel 7.

19. Ernest Wilson - Why Oh Why - Studio One.

20. Bobby Melody - Sinners - Rock.

ALBUMS:

1. Dennis Brown - Words Of Wisdom - Laser.

2. Sugar Minott - Ghetto-Ology - Trojan.

3. Ken Boothe - I`m Just A Man - Bunny Lee.

4. Llyod Chambers - Sweet Memories - Sarge.

5. Sugar Minott - Bittersweet - Warrior.

6. Trinity Meets The Mighty Diamonds - Gorgon.

7. Cry Tuff And The Originals - Hitrun.

8. Burning Spear - Rocking Time - Studio One.

9. Third World - The Story Has Been Told - Island.

10. Fatman Dub Contest - Star.

Compiled by Joe Gibbs Record City, 29 Lewisham Way, New Cross, SE14 London.

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UK REGGAE CHARTS 1979:

August 4, 1979:

SINGLES:

1. Dennis Brown - Three Meals A Day - Joe Gibbs.

2. Augutus Pablo/Paul blackman - Earth Wind Fire - Rockers.

3. Phill Callender/In Crowd - It`s Late - Review.

4. Black Uhuru - Rent Man - DEB.

5. Gregory Isaacs - The Border - GG.

6. Big Youth And Jackie Paris - Really Together - Book Psalms.

7. Bob Marley - Ambush - Tuff Gong.

8. Hugh Mundell - Stop Them Jah - Rockers.

9. Lone Ranger - Some A Holler Some A Bawl - Black Stock.

10. Mikey Dread - Jacket And Tie - Jah Mike.

11. Meditations - Miracles - Tuff Gong.

12. Papa Michigan And General Smiley - Nice Up The Dance - studio One.

13. Prince Hammer - 10,000 Lions - Hitrun.

14. Brimstone - Release Me - Karnak.

15. Delroy Wilson - Dancing Mood - Third World.

16. Sugar Minott - Can`t Take No Fight - Hawkeye.

17. Tilly And Larry - Jah Give Us Everything - Tilly And Larry.

18. Freddie McGregor - Homeward Bound - Studio One.

19. Black Uhuru - Abortion - Taxi.

20. Barrington Levy - Colly Weed - Roots.

ALBUMS:

1. Joe Gibbs And The Professionals - African Dub Chapter 4 - Joe Gibbs.

2. Horace Andy/Rockers All Stars - In The Light Dub - Hungry Town.

3. Augustus Pablo - Africa Must Be Free By 1983 Dub - Rockers.

4. Freddie McKay - Creation - Plant.

5. Gregory Isaacs - Soon Forward - Front Line.

6. Various Artists - Best Of Rebel Music (2-lp set) - Trojan.

7. Mighty Diamonds - Deeper Roots - Front Line.

8. Sugar Minott - Ghetto-Ology - Trojan.

9. Various Artists - Rockers In A Hungry Town - Hungry Town.

10. Al Campbell - Loving Moods - Nationwide.

Compiled by Daddy Kool, 94 Dean Street, London, W.1.

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PostPosted: May 27, 2008 18:17 

In our charts section under Revive Top 10 we feature Black Music's Monthly Singles Top 10 of exactly 30 years ago with full length soundclips. So feel free to check it out!



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PostPosted: May 27, 2008 18:20 

Oops! Forgot to mention the website: http://www.reggae-vibes.com



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PostPosted: May 27, 2008 18:46 

Merci bien, Monsieur T, great hint.

Z-90 by Trinity pounding behind when writing this.

In the 70's Black Music was nearly the only source of information about reggae here far away.

A few days ago I found out when leafing through some that Chris May et al were not very much rydim oriented, not usually mentioning the original rhythm in their reviews. Not knowing, not caring?

Up to 1979 BM was a decent mag, but whatever happened thereafter?



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UK REGGAE CHARTS 1979:

August 18, 1979:

PRE-RELEASE SINGLES:

1. Papa Michigan And General Smiley - Nice Up The Dance - Studio One.

2. Gregory Isaacs - Tune In - African Museum.

3. Augustus Pablo - Golden Seal - Message.

4. General Echo - Sex Educational Class - Mandingo.

5. Freddie McGregor - Homeward Bound - Studio One.

6. Bob Marley - Ambush - Tuff Gong.

7. Black Uhuru - Wood For My Fire - DEB.

8. Dennis Brown - Cup Of Tea - DEB.

9. Bob Marley And The Wailers - Hypocrite/Nice Time - Tuff Gong.

10. Silford Walker - Cleanlyness Is Godlyness - South East Music.

DISCO 12":

1. Leroy Smart - Pride And Ambition - Dub Vendor.

2. Te-Track - Love And Unity - Rockers International.

3. Jackie Paris And Big Youth - Really Together - Book Of Pslams.

4. Dennis Brown - Three Meals A Day - Joe Gibbs.

5. Gregory Isaacs - The Border - GG.

6. Sonia - Ooh Baby Baby - D-Roy.

7. Horace Andy/Tappa Zukie - Natty Dread She Want - Stars.

8. Sugar Minott/King Stitt - Give Me Jah Jah - Studio One.

9. In Crowd - Island Girl/It`s Late - Review.

10. Heptones - Love Won`t Come Easy - Greensleeves.

ALBUMS:

1. Joe Gibbs - African Dub Chapter Four - Joe Gibbs.

2. Various Artists - Studio One Showcase Vol.2 - Studio One.

3. Derrick Harriot - Born To Love You - Crystall.

4. Gregory Isaaca - Soon Forward - Front Line.

5. Prince Jammy - Kamikaze Dub - Trojan.

6. Duke Reid Allstars - Treasure Dub - High Note.

7. Skatalites - Ska Authentic - Studio One.

8. Al Campbell - Loving Moods - Music Force.

9. Earth And Stone - Kool Roots - Cha Cha.

10. Various Artists - Rebel Music - Trojan.

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PostPosted: May 27, 2008 20:11 
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Black Music Mag went on till around 82-83. The other one was Black Echoes.

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