Garnet Silk Interview, Mega Banton, Lord Comic, Vicious, Dancehall & Reggae 1994
V12#02 1994 features an up-close interview with the late Garnet Silk in January 1994 when M. Peggy Quattro visited him at his Jack's Hill, Kingston home, mere months before his untimely and tragic passing. Stories and reviews include Mega Banton, Little Vicious, Lord Comic, Rebel Salute & Sting reviews, Arturo Tappin, and timely stories on the Jamaican gun culture and the best of the 90s Sound Systems. Read the music!
V12#02 1994 features the late, great singer/songwriter Garnet Silk. Publisher M. Peggy Quattro was invited to his home in the Jack’s Hill area of Kingston in January 1994, Sadly, by December of that same year, Garnet was gone, dying alongside his mother in an attempt to rescue her from her burning house in Mandeville, Jamaica. The up-close and personal interview is entertaining, revealing, and focuses on his young career, his young family, and his deep love and respect for Haile Selassie and Rastafari.
The issue is filled with interesting articles and interviews, including Mega Banton, Little Vicious, Lord Comic, the late Bingy Bunny, a Rebel Salute review, a look at the gun culture in “Lyrical Gun” by Dr. Carolyn Cooper, and an overview of “the Jamaican Sound Systems of the 90s” by writer Karie Russell.
Departments include MPQ’s informative Irie Editorial, World Riddim featuring Arturo Tappin, Peru Reggae, USA Reggae, Yard Report, Sting Review, letters, poetry, travel, and more!
A priceless addition to your Reggae History collection! Download today and “Read the music!”