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Skinhead is not fascim! Just music, style and friendship!!!

This group is for lovers from early reggae, rocksteady, ska and OI!

Love Music! Hate Racism! Pride Without Prejudice!

Here we´re against all kinds of prejudice!

Website: http://www.vontadeluta.blogspot.com
Location: Rio de janeiro
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Aug 9

Skinhead Reggae

Art from CHema SKandal (Mex/Usa)

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Comment by Teto Preto on January 28, 2014 at 4:35pm

Comment by Teto Preto on January 28, 2014 at 4:17pm

I BELIEVE IN MY SELF #08: Interview with Mr. SYMARIP.

Skinhead is a Reggae Business!

Comment by Teto Preto on January 8, 2014 at 12:25pm

Jenny Woo - I Refuse To Be A Victim (Subtítulos Español)

Comment by Teto Preto on January 8, 2014 at 12:21pm

Don Lett's film about the Skinhead movement.
0:00 Swan Lake-The Cats
1:29 54-46 That's My Number-Toots And The Maytals
3:10 Skinhead Train-The Charmers
5:07 Liquidator-Harry J All Stars
7:41 Skinhead Moonstomp-Symarip
10:15 Elizabethan Reggae-Boris Gardiner

Comment by Teto Preto on January 8, 2014 at 12:17pm

Stanger Cole and Ken Booth - Arte bella

Comment by Teto Preto on January 8, 2014 at 12:07pm

Phillys Dillon, art by CHema SKandall.

Dillon was born in 1948 in Linstead, St. Catherine, Jamaica. Influenced by American singers , she began singing in talent contests. It was during a performance at the Glass Bucket Club in Kingston, Jamaica with the group The Vulcans, that Duke Reid's session guitarist Lynn Taitt discovered Dillon.

Dillon was 19 when she recorded her first record for Duke Reid. In 1967, Reid released Dillon's "Don’t Stay Away". While most of Dillon’s subsequent recordings would be covers of popular and obscure American songs. "Don't Stay Away" was an original composition featuring Tommy McCook and the Supersonics as the backing band.

At the end of 1967, Dillon moved to New York.[1] The following five years, she spent living a double life. She had a family and career in the United States, flying frequently back to Kingston, Jamaica to continue recording for Reid.

After a number of singles and an album entitled Living in Love, Dillon ended her recording career in 1971. She was 23 years old.

In 1998 Phyllis Dillon returned to the recording studio with Lynn Taitt, marked by reinterest in ska music in the United States. She remained active until illness took hold.

Phyllis Dillon died on 15 April 2004 in New York, after a two-year battle with cancer, at the age of 56.


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