Junia Reggae : The Journey from King St.

by Norman Walker

Reggae Historical/Autobiography charting life in Kingston, Jamaica during the rise of Jamaican popular music from the late '50s to the birth of Reggae.With inside stories of a virtual "who is who" of the genre.From Coxsone Dodd's "Downbeat" soundsystem and Prince Buster's rise in music, to the downtown Kingston base of the Original Wailers, then Dennis Brown, Third World and many more.Spontaneous situations and events involving some of the most notable Reggae practitioners like Joe Higgs, John Holt, Ken Boothe and Alton Ellis to name a few.Along with the perils and pitfalls of being "unequally yoked" starting a young family.


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