|1||–Alton Ellis||Diverse Doctrine |
|2||–15 , 16 , 17||Black Skin Boy |
|5||–Jimmy Lindsay||It's Not Our Wish That We Should Fight |
|6||–Steel Pulse||Prodigal Son|
|MVDV4884||Various|| Reggae In A Babylon (DVD-V, Mono, RE, NTSC)||MVD Visual, Odeon Entertainment||MVDV4884||UK & US||2009|
- Film Director – Wolfgang Büld
This film was shot In 1978' In London and documents the beginning of the reggae movement in the UK.
RASTAFARI & SOUNDS & LIVE SHOWS ...
"The final part of German director, Wolfgang Büld's trilogy of England's revolution rock in the late 1970's. The young, gifted and black generation of Thatchers Britain fused the revolutionary zeal of punk with their Rastafarian roots to create a new sound system that defined their struggle. Reggae was the savior in the modern 'Babylon' and this acclaimed film charts the birth of urban, British reggae."
Approx. running time 50 min.
- Published By – Stein Film
- Licensed From – GRF