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Lee "Scratch" Perry performing at the Dub Invasion Festival in New York City on Sept. 10.
Dub Invasion Festival
September 15, 2011 The 10-day-long festival is as much a celebration of dub - arguably the most significant popular music of the 20th century - as an exploration of its stylistic progeny.
Lee "Scratch" Perry in the mid-1990s.
April 22, 2011 The groundbreaking reggae and dub producer stays relevant: He now influences electronic music.
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August 10, 2010 Each week, we check in with five record stores to see what new CDs they have in the building.
May 12, 2005 World music critic Milo Miles reviews the new boxset I Am the Upsetter, by Jamaican producer songwriter and singer Lee "Scratch" Perry. In a long and varied career, Perry went from helping to shape the sound of reggae to becoming an icon in his own right.
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