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Jah Wobble - A Brief History Of Now

Jah Wobble Vinyl Records

Jah Wobble is one of the genuine musical polymaths to emerge from the post-punk era as a virtuoso bassist, composer, producer, journalist, poet, and author. Musically, his dub-heavy style weds reggae, jazz, funk, punk, and numerous global folk traditions (including Celtic and Asian music), and he has influenced an entire generation of players. Though he emerged as the bassist in Public Image Ltd., he left after two albums to pursue an idiosyncratic musical path that began with Betrayal in 1980. 1982's Snake Charmer was cut in collaboration with Can's Holger Czukay and the Edge. Disillusioned with the music business and suffering from alcoholism, Wobble left music entirely during the late '80s. Sober, he returned with 1991's Rising Above Bedlam leading Invaders of the Heart; which was nominated for a Mercury Prize.

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