Articles tagged junior murvin

Lee “Scratch” Perry and the Golden Age of Roots: ‘Police and Thieves’

The international success of 'Police and Thieves' made it ubiquitous for fans of reggae and punk alike, but the album's roots are particular to the inner workings of vital, very-much-Jamaican studios like the Black Ark.

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Joe Gibbs: Scorchers from the Mighty Two

When listening to a compilation like Scorchers from the Mighty Two, ownership of a certain piece of music seems like a quaint and inconsequential idea. There's a communal spirit that reigns.

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	Junior Murvin: Police and Thieves

In order to properly appreciate the incredibly important reissue of this album, it will be important to not just focus on the title track itself,

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'Sugar Hill' Breaks Out the Old-School Zombies

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"Sugar Hill was made in a world before ordinary shuffling, Romero-type zombies took over the cinema world.

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