Reggae Lovers Rock Music Quiz Book

So, Who Was Really Responsible For Lovers Rock? THE INSIDE STORY! Julianne Henry ... What wasn't an unusual sight on the morning after a night out on the Lovers rock circuit? A. Punters cadging a lift home on a milk float?

Author: Julianne Henry

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 9781468959352

Category: Music

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"Liked it when I was younger and I think the youths of today can appreciate it the way I did back then." - Dave Lovers Rock Forum /forum.dancehallreggae.com "Lover’s Rock – a romantic, vocal-led reggae sub-genre entirely British in origin." Dave Calhoun, Time Out London - Issue, 2012 "Often dubbed ‘romantic reggae’, Lover’s Rock is a unique British sound, developed against a backdrop of racial tension, the Brixton riots and sound systems in the late ‘70s and ‘80s." Verve Pictures "Of course Jamaica is heal and toe ahead of Britain when it comes to Lovers Rock ..." Nadine, Irie Radio Jamaica "Combining the smooth, mellow harmonies of Chicago and Philly Soul with the syncopated rhythms and deep, hypnotic basslines of Reggae, the appeal of Lovers Rock transcends its epoch, its UK homeland, and continues to move audiences all over the world." Watershed Cinema, Bristol.

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