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Jah Wobble "Neon Moon" 1985

In his very readable autobiography Wobble describes the mid 80s as his dark period when the booze took over and his music career suffered. This era ended with him being forced to take a job at Covent Garden underground station. 103 more words

Welcome to Waterloo

The other morning due to a diversion on my journey to work (thanks to engineering works at London Bridge) I noticed this great sign (above) opposite Waterloo train station, just down from Alaska Street. 112 more words

Winston Tong "Theoretical China" 1983

After a year of recording bad singer songwriters and crazed all night library music dudes, one day in 1983 I found myself in a brand new refurbished 24 track studio with Alan Rankine, Dave Formula, Jah Wobble and Winston Tong. 184 more words

8/12/2014 TKS Presents: 'Apache Beat' tracklist

The last live show of 2014 featured examples of what Klaus Dinger of Neu! and La Dusseldorf called the ‘Apache beat’, but which is more commonly known as the ‘Motorik’, 4/4, sounds heading not for a bridge, but down the highway with no end in sight (Europe Endless, or America Endless, or, stretching the imagination somewhat, UK Endless!), just keep on driving…….Considering it’s popular perception, largely based on… 411 more words

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"Il rock è obsoleto", parola di Jah Wobble nel lontano 1978

“Rock is obsolete,” says Wobble. “But it’s our music, our basic culture. People thought we were gonna play reggae, but we ain’t gonna be no GT Moore and The Reggae Guitars or nothing. 16 more words
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