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As Beatlemania approached it's peak, Jamaican music was undergoing a transition that started with ska, and then morphed into rocksteady, before assuming it's ultimate form as reggae. Inevitably these cultures collided, with artists such as the Paragons and Marcia Griffiths establishing a tradition of creating dynamic reggae covers of the Beatles' hits that continues to this day.
As Beatlemania approached it's peak, Jamaican music was undergoing a transition that started with ska, and then morphed into rocksteady, before assuming it's ultimate form as reggae. Inevitably these cultures collided, with artists such as the Paragons and Marcia Griffiths establishing a tradition of creating dynamic reggae covers of the Beatles' hits that continues to this day.
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As Beatlemania approached it's peak, Jamaican music was undergoing a transition that started with ska, and then morphed into rocksteady, before assuming it's ultimate form as reggae. Inevitably these cultures collided, with artists such as the Paragons and Marcia Griffiths establishing a tradition of creating dynamic reggae covers of the Beatles' hits that continues to this day.
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