Saturday, September 29, 2007

Video: Sugar Minott - Rough Ole Life (Babylon) Live At Reggae Sunsplash 1983

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, September 2007 - The year is 1983 and the music of the time is Rub a Dub style. Many people credit Sugar Minott as the godfather of Rub a Dub, and he's right here to play at the "Mother of all Reggae Festivals"!

The Reggae Sunsplash Festival can indeed be called the Mother of all Reggae Festivals. All the Reggae Legends have played there, the video's that registered the performances are desired objects for every collector.

Sugar Minott's performance in 1983 was wonderful, as we can see. He's singing, dancing, performing, and behind him there's a full-blown Reggae band. Together they treat the audience to a magnificent, long version of "Rough Ole Life (Babylon)".


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