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Mango Time: Folk Songs of Jamaica

Mango Time: Folk Songs of Jamaica draws from the wealth of Jamaica’s folk music – the music of the Jamaican people which, with its colourful range of forms, reflects the way of life of individuals or entire communities Author: Noel Dexter, Godfrey Taylor


Reggae From Yaad

Traditional and Emerging Themes in Jamaican Popular Music In Reggae from Yaad, Donna Hope pulls together a remarkable cast of contributors offering contemporary interpretations of the history, culture, significance and social dynamics of Jamaican Popular Music from varying geographical and disciplinary locations.  Author: Donna P. Hope 


Reggae Routes: The Story of Jamaican Music

From Kumina to Mento, Ska to Rocksteady, Reggae to Dancehall, Roots to Ragga – this is the authentic story of Jamaican popular music, told for the first time by Jamaicans. Authors: Kevin O’Brien Chang & Wayne Chen



As one-third of the Wailers, icons of reggae music, the late Winston Hubert McIntosh, better known as Peter Tosh, continues to gain many fans all over the world. Author: Ceil Tulloch


The Creative Echo Chamber

Contemporary Music Production in Kingston Jamaica In The Creative Echo Chamber, Dennis Howard explores the unique nature of popular music production in Jamaica, which, though successful, runs counter to the models of the music industry in the developed world. Author: Dennis O. Howard