Tag Archives: Lee Perry

Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Last-Ever Album Ready For Release

October 7, 2023

“From Heaven Above,” “Heaven & Hell,” “A Heavenly Dub,” “Heaven Gate”… There were quite a few common threads in the themes of Lee “Scratch” Perry‘s songs, themes that can be easily perceived in the most prominent reggae producer’s personal – … Continue reading

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Lee Perry Pulls At His Roots

July 19, 2019

Doing more of the same yet always in a new way can’t warrant unwavering relevance, but that’s how Lee “Scratch” Perry has been rolling for decades. If one needs proof, there’s “Rootz Reggae Dub”: an album the veteran started about … Continue reading

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November 23, 2017

Subatomic Sound 2017 Are you ready to step with I-man? Reggae milestone gets a fresh flesh for its dub bones and opens the doors for another generation. “I and I shall never work in vain”: here’s a line from the … Continue reading

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Lee Perry Resurrects “Super Ape”

August 3, 2017

High and mighty, 1976’s “Super Ape” saw Lee “Scratch” Perry move away from no-more-roots reggae and make dub a standalone concept, defining the genre in terms of pure studio implementation. It might have become an established technique in the following four decades, … Continue reading

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THE PROCESS – Who Is That Mad Band?

October 28, 2016

Temple Gong 2016 Michigan warriors shake the spear of rasta to make their stand and stay their ground in the face of fate. You don’t have to descend from Jamaica to live by the principle of ital, and these Detroit … Continue reading

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