The Lee “Scratch” Perry Documentary Experience

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I’d leave it to our film critics to review the Lee “Scratch” Perry documentary The Upsetter, but it might be forever before producers Adam Bhala Lough and Ethan Higbee land distribution. Despite their heroic telling of the most important tale in contemporary black music, some major-label vultures are shortsightedly reluctant to allow use of certain Perry jams. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE…

One Response to “The Lee “Scratch” Perry Documentary Experience”

  1. gary dewar Says:

    I have smoked some spliffs with scratch, and he is the best reggae performer in the business :) screatch has many tremendous records that aintv even released. I love scratch, i always will because he is real, 100 fu ckin per cent :)
    i love you scratch i always will

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