Solid Foundation : An oral history of reggae | David Katz

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Solid Foundation is the definitive history of Jamaica's holy music: reggae in all its forms, from the earliest ska and rock steady pioneers to the dancehall and reggae revival stars of the twentyfirst century. Woven together into an engrossing narrative, this is an extensive history charting the progression and development of the music, with all the glorious highlights and the controversies and feuds in-between.


First published in 2003 and including interviews with over 250 of the genre's key artists, Solid Foundation has been revised and updated with abundant new material and an introduction by acclaimed novelist Jacqueline Crooks, reissued as part of White Rabbit's Deep Cuts series.


White Rabbit's 'Deep Cuts' series presents classic and enduring music writing in handsome new editions. Born of the publishers love of counter-cultural writing - Deep Cuts are classic music books, rediscovered and remastered.


Size: 130 x 197mm (softback)

Pages: 688

Publisher: White Rabbit

Solid Foundation : An oral history of reggae | David Katz