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Reggae Island (book)

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Reggae Island was written by Tom Weber and features photographies by Brian Jahn. The book interviews several Jamaican artists regarding contemporary reggae music (in '92) and its future. Artists that are interviewed are;

Ken Boothe, Buju Banton, Bunny Wailer, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Chalice, Gussie Clarke, Cutty Ranks, Daddy Lizzard, Carlene Davis, Bobby 'Digital' Dixon, Sly Dunbar, 809 Band, Fisher Dread, Garnet Silk, Brian & Tony Gold, Half Pint, Joseph Hill, Jah Screw, Ken Bob, JC Lodge, Oku Onuora, Papa San, Junior Reid, Mykal Roza, Shabba Ranks, Earl 'Chinna' Smith, Super Cat, Third World, Tiger, Tony Rebel, Yellowman.

 

It was published by Kingston Publishers Limited. ISBN: 976-625-051-0. 178 pages, B/W inlay.

 

This article is a part of the Reggae Literature series on reggaepedia.

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