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It was at 2 Library Parade, Harlesden. I think it later became World Enterprise (run by Count Shelly, after Third World had ceased to exist as a name) and then latterly a branch of Body Music. Anyway, 2 Library Parade had been a record shop for years, going back to the late `60s. Mark Griffiths (May 24, 217)


Dave Harwood
13 Mar 2024 at 02:51
I found this piece in the 'Croydon Advertiser' dated 31st July 1992: “SOME of the biggest names in reggae music are lined up for the spectacular Flexx concert at Crystal Palace Concert Bowl on Saturday, August 15. The show, featuring Cutty Ranks, Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown, Jack Radies and Tresure Isle chanteuse Phyllis Dillon, will be compered by Smiley Culture and Kiss FM’s David Rodigan. Tickets priced £15 are available from the Crystal Palace Concert Bowl box office on 081-778 9612, Ticket Master on 071-379 4444 or from Dub Vendor, BODY MUSIC and other London reggae shops.”
... and this piece in the 'Wembley Observer' dated 8th February 1996: “REGGAE veteran Frankie Paul tops the bill at a concert at Willesden Empire, Church Road on Friday, February 16. Nicknamed Jamaica’s Stevie Wonder, he has been having hits across the pond for more than 20 years. His album 'Freedom' is currently on release under Harlesden’s Jet Star label. Raw Roots, the band who backed reggae legend Gregory Isaacs on his recent British dates, provide support. Also on the bill are British reggae star Vivian Jones, Richie Davis, Robbie Valentine, the singer behind Nobody But Jah Glamour Kid and Nico Junior. Tickets at £14 are available from record shops such as BODY MUSIC or STARLIGHT in Harlesden or KLASSIC RECORDS in Wembley, For details ring 0171-635 9154.”



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