List of articles in the library
Desmond Dekker, Johnny Nash et al: Reggae Festival, Empire Pool, Wembley, London
Live Review by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, 4 October 1969
Jamaica triumph ...
The Skatalites: Return Of The Big Guns (Island White Label)****.5
Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 14 June 1984
KA-BOOM. KA-BOOM. Ka-boom. This is where it all began and has now returned to, more or less. ...
The Skatalites: Scattered Lights (Alligator)
Review by Don Snowden, The Boston Phoenix, 26 February 1985
FOUR YEARS AGO, the Two-Tone ska revival raced through America as another Anglo hip trip, a six-month passing fancy that disappeared in a swirl of ...
The Skatalites: The Fathers Of Ska
Profile by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 1 June 1986
Personnel: The 11-man lineup will include charter members Johnnie Moore (trumpet), Lester Sterling (alto sax), Roland Alphonso and Tommy McCook (tenor sax), Rico Rodriguez (trombone), ...
Ska: This dance carries a health warning
Retrospective by James Maycock, The Independent, 7 July 1998
Jamaican Ska, once scorned as 'ruffian music', is still alive and causing fatalities. ...
Retrospective by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 29 October 1999
Fresh out of young Jamaica in the 60s, ska became the defining sound of a vibrant music scene — in turn it influenced 70s reggae, ...
Retrospective and Interview by Lloyd Bradley, MOJO, August 2002
ASK JAMAICA'S PRIME MINISTER ABOUT THE SKATALITES and he'll come over all misty-eyed. Never mind that, at the moment, PJ Patterson is running a country ...
The Skatalites: On The Right Track *** ½
Review by Jeff Tamarkin, AllMusic.com, 2007
THE SKATALITES' lineup on this new recording, cut in Australia in 2006 during their first tour there, consists of just two original members of the ...
see also Roland Alphonso
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