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Come to Kingston and I will take you to contemporary roots reggae places, he said. The next day, I drove the 135km journey from Montego Bay to Kingston. I had not suspected that I would find it difficult to find roots music to be so distant from its birthplace. Other visitors to Jamaica had expressed the same sentiments. They couldn’t find roots music of the 70s, 80s and 90s anywhere on the island. Fortunately for me, King Sounds took me to one spot in Kingston’s vibrant night life. Here, the poster read: Mojito Mondays, Boasy Tuesdays and Weddy Weddy Wednesdays.
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