Roots, Rock, Reggae: An Oral History of Reggae Music from Ska to Dancehall

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Billboard, 1999 - Music - 352 pages
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Told in the voices of reggae's major participants, these authoritative accounts chart the history, characteristics, and broad appeal of the music that originated in Jamaica, but has spread like wildfire throughout the world over the years to rise up in Africa and South America as well as England and America.

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Roots Rock Reggae compiles interviews conducted by Foster for magazine articles, particularly for the American magazine The Beat. Read full review

Contents

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SOUTH AFRICAS 136
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Without a Message?
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About the author (1999)

Chuck Foster is the "Reggae Update" columnist for Beat magazine.

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