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Album Review

Buying reggae records is much the same process as buying jazz records. Even for those who are unfamiliar with the actual player whose name graces the cover, chances are his name is largely irrelevant. Just look at the year on the label. 1975-1978? Primo. Backed by the Roots Radics? Outstanding. Drop the needle and there it is, the solid roots groove, the conscious lyrics, and the ringing tenor of a young man on the move and in his prime. Powerful stuff.


Born: March 2, 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s

b. 2 March 1957, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Taylor, known as Rocky T, came to prominence in 1978 with Bertram Brown’s Freedom Sounds collective, noted for introducing Prince Allah, Earl Zero, Philip Frazier, Jimmy Dean, Sylvan White and Lloyd Jackson. Taylor recorded his debut, ‘Ethiopian Kings’, based on Frankie Jones’ avowal that many biblical heroes were black men: ‘King David - he was a black man - King Solomon he was a black man - King Moses - he was a black man - from Africa yeah - they...
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