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Black Uhuru

About Black Uhuru

Part of the second wave of Reggae in Jamaica, Black Uhuru boast a more polished sound than many of their immediate predecessors, without sacrificing any of the Roots spirit. Heavy Dub reverb bandies about both horns and vocals, occasionally sliced with rock-influenced guitars. The sound is deep and meditative, filled with echoing vocals subtly informed by the dance-friendly vibe of yesteryear. Despite a rotating lineup for much of its lifespan, Uhuru's original, distinctive sound makes the band one of the great Reggae outfits ever.

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Part of the second wave of Reggae in Jamaica, Black Uhuru boast a more polished sound than many of their immediate predecessors, without sacrificing any of the Roots spirit. Heavy Dub reverb bandies about both horns and vocals, occasionally sliced with rock-influenced guitars. The sound is deep and meditative, filled with echoing vocals subtly informed by the dance-friendly vibe of yesteryear. Despite a rotating lineup for much of its lifespan, Uhuru's original, distinctive sound makes the band one of the great Reggae outfits ever.

About Black Uhuru

Part of the second wave of Reggae in Jamaica, Black Uhuru boast a more polished sound than many of their immediate predecessors, without sacrificing any of the Roots spirit. Heavy Dub reverb bandies about both horns and vocals, occasionally sliced with rock-influenced guitars. The sound is deep and meditative, filled with echoing vocals subtly informed by the dance-friendly vibe of yesteryear. Despite a rotating lineup for much of its lifespan, Uhuru's original, distinctive sound makes the band one of the great Reggae outfits ever.

About Black Uhuru

Part of the second wave of Reggae in Jamaica, Black Uhuru boast a more polished sound than many of their immediate predecessors, without sacrificing any of the Roots spirit. Heavy Dub reverb bandies about both horns and vocals, occasionally sliced with rock-influenced guitars. The sound is deep and meditative, filled with echoing vocals subtly informed by the dance-friendly vibe of yesteryear. Despite a rotating lineup for much of its lifespan, Uhuru's original, distinctive sound makes the band one of the great Reggae outfits ever.