King Jammy's

King Jammy's

Book - 2002
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Foreword by Steve Barrow, Manager of Blood and Fire Records A window into the life and work of King Jammy, the man who breathed new life into reggae through the development of digital rhythms. While reggae is traditionally associated with ganja and Rastafari, the fresh sounds coming from King Jammy's studio were upbeat, aggressive and thoroughly modern. A unique portrait of a musical legend, KING JAMMY'S includes rare interviews with dancehall legends Admiral Bailey, Cocoa Tea and Sugar Minott.
Publisher: Toronto : ECW Press, c2002.
ISBN: 9781550225259
Branch Call Number: 781.646092 J27L
Characteristics: 151, [1] p. : ill., ports. ; 18 cm.


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