Lee Scratch Perry – His Best Album

Well the album that I like best is Time Boom and De Devil Dead.

Time Boom and De Devil Dead is Lee’s apotheosis. It brings together all his studio techniques and tricks, dubbing, lyrics, panache, politics, social comment, and musical genius into one package.

Here’s a few tracks from YouTube that illustrate the brilliance of this album.

4 thoughts on “Lee Scratch Perry – His Best Album

    1. I didn’t really start getting into it until Marley and doing my History of Rock course. I rediscovered it. Then with Linton Kwesi and Lee Scratch, Yellowman, and others it took off.

      1. Me too! Uncanny … or is it? We’re both creatures of that wonderful time, aren’t we, so the synchs ain’t so surprising. I also loved the 2 albums which were samplers of reggae hits – think they were called Front Line …

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