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I'm already following you on twitta + these postas are fresh

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Thank you.

Good stuff.

good works.

Blake ---- BlakeBjornstad@yahoo.com and you got a brand new follower

yes please.

was so stoked to see you guys blasted this dude this season along with some specials love on the other tee. true originator, creator, the upsetter.

Hi. Thanks.

Tthat poster would be perfect framed on my wall. Mackadocious1@gmail.com

Man called Scratch....true upsettah.

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Lee Scratch Perry - True Stah

Don't be an Upsetter by not letting me win the poster! ;)

just discovered you via "impossible cool"...gotta love technology...would love a poster...got a cd of Perry when I was in London in 2k5...love it...

Upsetter! Ever heard Scratch's Happy Birthday? That's all I need.

In game too!

Hot dude

This is great, thanks.

ha jake, nice one. this would be perfect, framed on my new wooden floor. hit me up in case my proxy runs with my money and poster!

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legend

Trail Blazer..he's got such an aura about him. supreme does it again, well played jake.

need that! cheers

jake you need to drop another soundtrack

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"I, Pipecock Jackson, Jack Lightning, Jesse The Hammer, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Daniel Dandelion the Lion, Jah Rastafari the crumbler, the ghost of King Arthur, put a curse on BBC radio and television, and BBC government, that they can never undo until they start playing Mr. Perry records morning, noon, and night, and around the clock - tick tock."

LEGEND

Fearless. Essential. Working class hero. Vital. Two-track magician. Reverbation. Burning. Insanity is just normal from the other side. What would we Anglo-Saxons do without a man like LSP?

Thanks Jake.

Hey. hope its not too late.....would love to put this up on my wall

I'd love one of the photos if you still got any. - Tyler

Thanks.

Saw him here in NY a while ago, back in 2000 or 2001. Dope.
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I hope i'm not too late! thanks.

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man i bet i'd be way too late. missed the return of django, I guesss (hittin up the cluey-ish reference)

Hope I'm not to late, the lady friend would love this.

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Lee Scratch....'A master pon top of de charts'

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Any winner yet?

Just hit that follow button woa, i want that poster, its cool as shit.

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THIS BOOK IS A MUST!!! It not only features Lee Scratch Perry but Augustus Pablo and Junior Delgado.

A book of photographs by Pogus Caesar celebrating Britain's iconic black musicians is to be published next month.

The book features evocative, nostalgic and largely unpublished images of musical legends like Stevie Wonder, Grace Jones and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.

Most of Caesar’s photography is based around his home city of Birmingham, documenting a spectrum of well-known personalities and recording significant events including the Handsworth riots, Birmingham tornado and the regeneration of the Bullring.

“These images record a unique period in what would come to be called black British life,” remarks author and historian Paul Gilroy.

“Pogus Caesar’s emphatically analog art is rough and full of insight. He conveys the transition between generations, mentalities and economies.”

Legendary reggae artists figures prominently, and appropriately, in the Caesar image canon - Burning Spear, The Wailers, Augustus Pablo, Rita Marley, Mighty Diamonds, Black Uhuru, Sly Dunbar, Steel Pulse etc. The photographer cites reggae itself is a significant influence, reflecting his own St Kitts background in the Eastern Caribbean.

The launch of Muzika Kinda Sweet follows an exhibition of the work at the Oom Gallery in Birmingham earlier this year.


http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/features/pogus-caesars-muzika-kinda-sweet-2080071.html?action=Gallery&ino=3

A great book indeed, it's more about the photos - all black musicans and Caesar's journey through the 80's to present day.

Makes a change - nice for the coffee table, lazing on Sundays and dreaming.

Pogus Caesar film on Handsworth Riots: BBC TV


In 1985 tension and community discontentment escalated into the historical Handsworth riots that rocked Birmingham UK between 9th - 11th September 1985.

Birmingham film maker and photographer Pogus Caesar knows Handsworth well. He found himself in the centre of the 1985 riots and spent two days capturing a series of startling images. Caesar kept them hidden for 20 years. Why? And how does he see Handsworth now?.

The stark black and white photographs featured in the film provide a rare, valuable and historical record of the raw emotion, heartbreak and violence that unfolded during those dark and fateful days in September 1985.

http://youtu.be/Ey7ijaXv6UQ

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