As the seasons begin to change and the mood turns to getting cosy by a fire, Don Letts is back in partnership with Turtle Bay for the next in the series of the Reggae 45 Podcast – a dedication to the iconic sound of Lover’s Rock.
A tributary of the Reggae genre that has become the cornerstone in the story of UK Reggae’s success, Lover’s Rock was born out of the need for an alternative to the more political tones to the wider Reggae sound in the 1970's. The young and ambitious of the Windrush generation looked for a reflection of their emotions at that time… of love, romance, relationship ups and downs as well as hopefulness… and along came the perfect soundtrack to their lives.
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