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Reggae in Babylon (1978)

| Documentary, Music
The young, gifted and black generation of the 70's who started the British Reggae movement is captured in this unique documentary. Groove to the smooth sounds and see rare footage.

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The young, gifted and black generation of the 70's who started the British Reggae movement is captured in this unique documentary. Groove to the smooth sounds and see rare footage.

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Classic Reggae Documentary
25 February 2010 | by (New Hampshire, USA) – See all my reviews

For any fan of reggae music, this documentary provides a great window into the reggae scene in England during the 1970's. Musicians and fans of music in general may find the documentary interesting even if they are not particularly fans of reggae

The movie contains a lot of footage of English reggae pioneers performing on the underground club circuit and has extensive interviews with prominent people involved with reggae music

I highly recommend this movie to any fan of reggae, music or historical documentaries. You will not be disappointed by the mix of live music, recording footage and interviews present.


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