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REGGAE / DANCE HALL Issue 58 / 2013 GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS Earl 16 NEW RELEASES NORRISMAN MYSTICAL JOURNEY decades. From tunes like The Peaceful Rastaman in his early days, to Rise Up Steppers on Roots Youth Records, Earl 16 never gave up on good reggae music, regardless of its format and style. A truly amazing reggae artist. If you have not heard any of his music, I would highly recommend it. Earl-Sixteen/215941685101909 VARIOUS ARTISTS STRICTLY THE BEST VOL.48 VARIOUS ARTISTS STRICTLY THE BEST VOL. 49 TESSANNE CHIN I HAVE NOTHING He is what we call a proper rootsman. Starting his career in the 1970s, the golden age of reggae music, he worked with the great producers of his time: Joe Gibbs, Lee Perry, Linval Thompson, Augustus Pablo and many others. He recently played at the Hootananny, Brixton, and has a gig with the mighty Mad Professor in France on December 8th. His musical flexibility and versatility, as well as an agreeable deep voice, have enabled him to follow the winds of change within the genre and keep on producing some great tunes throughout the SIZZLA BABY MOTHER VARIOUS ARTISTS #SAVEREGGAE Earl John Daley, known as Earl 16/sixteen, grew up in Kingston. MIDNITE SAME I AH ONE EP STITCHIE WAR PATH MIKEY GENERAL HAILELUJAH SONG 35 7

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