Clive Chin Gives Reggae History Lecture, Unveils Lost Archive

Clive Chin Gives Reggae History Lecture, Unveils Lost Archive

If all Clive Chin had done was release Augustus Pablo's "Java" in 1971, he'd still be the man, but the legendary reggae producer and Studio 17 stalwart went on to do so much more, recording with greats like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Gregory Isaacs while also lending a hand with Randy's Records. This Saturday at Frost Theatre of the Arts in Brooklyn, Clive will be giving a lecture about his storied experiences recording in the '70s and unveiling a lost, vast archive of Studio 17 recordings from 1968-1978 for the first time  (he's also doing live dubs…sick). Ad Hoc will be recording the lecture and streaming it online for those who are unable to attend, but, if you can make it, tickets are available here.

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