Black Roots – On The Ground

Sugar Shack Records

To trace the origins of UK reggae masters Black Roots, you’d have to go back to 1979, when the original eight members from the Bristol area first began making music together. Blame it on the times and the place: few of the British reggae artists of that period gained the attention they deserved outside of their home turf and Black Roots were no exception. Dig into the back catalog of roots reggae albums they released before they ceased performing live in 1990 and you’ll find yourself shaking your head at the fact that this music wasn’t played around the globe.

Read my review of the Black Roots’ new On The Ground album at Jambands.com

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