Reggae-Vibes

Reggae Directory

Culture Reggae

400 Years

 

 

A

Admiral Tebbit

Andy Capp

BB

Barry York

Bobby Ellis

Bunny Diamonds

CC

Carlton Livingstone

Cedric Brooks

Charlie Organaire

Clinton Fearon

Coxsone Dodd

D

Dancehall Style

Dave Robinson

Delano Stewart

Dennis Alcapone

E

Earl Sixteen

Elijah Prophet

Eric Donaldson

Everton Blender

F

G

Glen Washington

H

Hugo Blackwood

I

I Jah Man Levi

J

Jackie Brown

Jah Wise

Joe Higgs

Judah Eskender Tafari

Junior Byles

Junior Murvin

Justin Hinds

K

Keith Rowe

Keith Walker

King Tubby

Knowledge

LL

Larry Marshall

Leroy Sibbles

Lord Sassafras

Luciano

Lynn Taitt

M

Max Romeo

Maytones

Mikey General

Monty Alexander

Morgan Heritage

Mr Easy

N

O

P

Peter King

Phyllis Dillon

Prezident Brown

Q

R

Ras Allah

Ras Karbi

Reggae 1967-70

S

Screecha Nice

Sugar Minott

T

Tero Kaski

Tony Greene

U

U Brown

V

WXYZ

Wackies

Wailing Souls

Watty Burnett

Willi Williams

Willi Williams

Winston Jarrett

Winston McAnuff

 

 

 

 

 

Interviews with reggae artists were very rare events. That changed with the arrival of Blues and Soul, Black Music and Black Echoes, back in the early to mid seventies. For the very first time, reggae music was given some of the coverage it fully deserved people like Chris Lane, Penny Reel, Carl Gayle and Dave Hendley wrote about the music with genuine interest and respect.

Some thirty years later, reggae is still lacking the coverage it deserves in the music press. Writers like John Masouri at 'Echoes' does a very good job - together with writers like Chuck Foster at the Reggae And African Beat, and Steve Milne at Full Watts also have made massive contribututions aided by other reggae writers like Jim Dooley and Carter Van Pelt. More recently the arrival of the German based English language 'Riddim' is very good news. But if you are looking for information on your favourite reggae artist, the chances are is that you will turn to the internet.

Although there is a problem. Even with powerful search engine tools like Google - information on reggae sometimes seems to get lost. Hence this webpage, and all the links. Hopefully this will make it a little easier to find what you are looking for.

 

 

http://www.reggae-vibes.com/lnkinterviews.htm

http://www.reggaedirectory.com

http://www.culturereggae.net/

http://incolor.inetnebr.com/cvanpelt/onlinezine.html