Cool Out Son

A reggae round up from the NME, 21 April, 1979. It was one hell of a year for music, punk was still interesting with the likes of The Ruts, Angelic Upstarts and Stiff Little Fingers releasing excellent records, 2 Tone was putting the nation on the dancefloor, there was even some decent electronic music from the likes of Cabaret Voltaire and, as this shows, some absolutely killer reggae. One of my all time favourite records Junior Murvin’s Cool Out Son was released on Joe Gibbs’ Heavy Duty label. I got mine at Daddy Kool’s and still DJ it today.

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