Album Review: Kiddus I – Topsy Turvy World

February 25, 2013

The roots reggae scene of the 1970s is scattered with otherworldly-sounding Rasta artists with talents unmatched by their sparse released output. There was the vibrato voiced Fred Locks who only managed two albums in the decade. There was Junior Dan, the left handed progressive roots bassist, who has put out just two in his entire career. And there was Frank Dowding aka Kiddus I, whose cool soothing balm of a voice ushers in one of the key scenes in the movie Rockers, singing Graduation in Zion – the tune for which he is most known.

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