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Various - The Stone Guide to Reggae (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Apr 18,  · The Baltimore duo's second album was the perfect deep-toking soundtrack for late-'00s indie kids: a drifty, velveteen set full of homemade charm, .
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  2. Reggae + Vocal + World Music ; Dance + Funk + Holiday / Seasonal ; Doo Wop + Classical + Disco ; Latin + Easy Listening + Christian / Gospel 80+ Comedy 70+ Instrumental 70; Spoken Word 40 + Show more.
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  3. Sometimes, a limited number of copies of a given album will be pressed on colored vinyl, with a larger number pressed on black vinyl. In some cases, such as with the soundtrack album to the film Inception, all copies are colored vinyl and they are numbered as well.
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  4. Jul 01,  · Finally, a comprehensive guide covering the entire span of Jamaican music, from the s mento and R&B through dub, dancehall and ragga. Along with interviews of crucial reggae personalities (Bunny Lee, King Jammy, and Coxsone Dodd, for example) and profiles of major careers (like Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott, and of course, Bob Marley), Barrow and Reviews:
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  6. Studio One Records is the premiere Jamaican reggae, ska and rock steady label of the ss. Home to the Wailing Wailers, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
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  8. Reggae Celebrates the Detroit Sound features contemporary reggae artists paying tribute to classic Motown songs and other Detroit sounds. Highlights include Blue Riddim Band's mellow, bouncy version of "Come See About Me," Junior English's sunny, dub-tinged "Tears of a Clown," and the Pioneers' spooky, stylish cover of "Papa Was a Rolling Stone.".
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