I was recently selected by The Reggae Podclash to do an extensive interview about my involvement with the revival of traditional Jamaican music, namely Ska, and the circumstances surrounding how I became involved in this nearly 40 years ago.
It was a great honour for me, as the Podclash typically interviews the foundational Jamaican artists of Ska, Rocksteady, and Reggae such as Ken Boothe, Soul Syndicate, Wailing Souls, Johnny Clarke, Freddie McGregor, et al. and they included me for their roster of pertinent artists and contributors in these genres.
Here’s The Link To The Archived Episode. My interview begins 34 minutes in, but I recommend you watch the whole episode because the hosts Roger Rivas (of The Aggrolites) and Devin Morrison (of The Expanders) play some great tunes in the beginning and give great insight into the roots and history of Reggae music.
Ciao For Now,