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Newsletter: November 2007

Dear Reggae Unlimited friend,

Vote for Us has been shortlisted in this year's Brighton & Hove Web Awards. We'd love to win and need your help - it's all down to the public vote and we don't have much time. Please vote for Reggae Unlimited. Voting closes at midnight on 14th November. Thank you.

Brother Marley in context

Peach has recently added a feature all about Bob Marley's early influences and beginnings. We've dropped in some sound samples too so you can listen along as you read. This is the first installment of what we hope (and he's promised) will be an amazing series of insights into the big players of reggae. We'd love to hear what you think about them. Read Brother Marley in context.

Gladdy Wax Revival Nights

If you live in London town why not go along to Gladdy's new night in Battersea. Gladdy invites a new guest every Friday night to take the decks for a a great night of vocal & instrumental music from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Find out more about Gladdy Wax Revival Nights.

One love Peach & Gladdy.

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