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Judy Mowatt

Judy Mowatt

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Judy Mowatt: The Grateful Dread

Profile and Interview by Susin Shapiro, Viva, November 1977

IN CORNERS cut off from the rude-boy violence in poor black Jamaican communities, reggae music took seed, an offshoot of calypso, ska, R&B, and, further ...

Judy Mowatt: Black Woman

Profile and Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 17 June 1978

JUDY MOWATT of Wailers' I Three fame is wearing a blue denim button-through skirt, and her hair is hidden under an elaborately rimmed scarf tied ...

Judy Mowatt: Black Woman (Ashandan pre-release).

Review by Vivien Goldman, Melody Maker, 5 January 1980

JUDY MOWATT, apart from being an I-Three (the women who sing behind Marley), is a respected songstress and label-owner down in Jamaica. Her solo album ...

Judy Mowatt: Black Woman (Island ILPS 9649)

Review by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 6 December 1980

THIS ALBUM is an explicit statement of spirituality and of strength — a black woman's survival. The title offers the record as a statement and ...

Judy Mowatt: I-Three with a Message

Profile and Interview by Carol Cooper, Musician, October 1983

WHEN PETER Tosh briefly joined Judy Mowatt on stage towards the end of her New York debut at First City, it felt for a moment ...

Judy Mowatt: Mowatt's Winding Path To Success

Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 13 February 1986

JUDY MOWATT'S Working Wonders album has received a Grammy nomination, but that isn't the only reason she'll remember the record. A succession of studio disasters ...

Second Generation Picks Up the Torch From Bob Marley

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 7 February 1989

Bob Marley Day: Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles ...

see also Bob Marley & the Wailers


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