New, Old, Undiscovered or World Renowned; The Five Records You Can Always Turn To Continuing the series of music articles in which individuals select five records particularly special to them, we today feature Andy Smith‘s own selections and present the latest instalment of Tuck Magazine’s ‘The Greatest Beats of Your Heart’.
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September 15th, 2015 Administrator
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December 19th, 2014 Administrator
By Joel Savage I never had the opportunity to see Peter Tosh and Bob Marley performing live in concert, so when their sons Andrew and Julian came to Antwerp, I tried my best to see them.
Posted in INTERVIEWS, MUSIC, MUSIC/FILM Tags: A Time And Place, AIDS and Ebola': The Greatest Crime in Medical History Against Mankind, Andrew Sings Peter Tosh, Andrew Tosh, Andrew Tosh 'Focus', Angola, Anthony B, Antwerp, Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Babylon Cookie Jar, Babylon System, Belgium, Blossoming And Blooming, Bob Marley, Boom Draw, Bunny Wailer, Carlton Barrett, Cedella Marley, Chant Down Babylon, Charlie Chaplin, Come Together, Conception: An Interpretation of Stevie Wonder Songs, Damian Marley, Duhaney Park, Earl "Chinna" Smith, Earl "Wire" Lindo, Equal Rights, Femi Kuti, Forgive Them Father, Fully Fullwood, Ghetto Youth International, Gorgon, Gregory Isaacs, Handel Tucker, interview, IRAWMA, Jah Guide, Jamaica Reggae Girls, Joel Savage, Joseph Hill, Jr. Gong, Ju Ju, Julian Marley, Julian Marley 'Awake', Junior Murvin, Keith Sterling, Kingston Jamaica, Kymani Marley, Lauryn Hill, Lightyear, Lion In The Morning, Lion's Den Miami, Luciano, Lucky Dube, Lucy Pounder, Make Place For The Youth, Manu Dibango, Master Blaster, Mawazine, Message From Jah, Miami For Haiti, Mr Cheeks, Neville Lee, Original Man, Owen "Dreddie" Reid, Peter Tosh, Rastafarian, Reggae, Santa Davis, Set Up Shop, Seun Kuti, Sharon Marley, Skateland, South Africa, Stephen Marley, The Congos, The Melody Makers, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, The Passion of Reggae & African Music, The Uprising, The Wailers, The Wailers Reunion Band, Tuck Magazine, Tuff Gong, Tutu Poane, Tyrone Downie, Vanity Love, What They Did Wrong, Winston Holness, Word Sound and Power, Ziggy Marley 1 Comment »