Jamaican Sunrise: The Promise, Problems and Ethos of Rasta Reggae
Carol Cooper, The Black American, 1980
AS A BAROMETER of social pressure, and an indicator of public opinion, reggae music has no peer in the modern world of multi-media. As an art form it has withstood the critical scrutiny of an international audience all too eager to dismiss it as insipid, imitative, or incomprehensible.
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