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Bob Brooks, who ran 'Reggae Revive.' Bob was a former Harrod's employee (I think he stocked shelves there, or something), Bob had gone to New York and bought a lot of dead stock from Clive Chin and
others connected to Randy's/VP. At the time, most of Bob's tunes were selling for £5 or £8, but some others cost more. Bob had a market stall first, close to Pete, then he was outside Honest Jons, then inside
Honest Jon's in a space to the right of the door, then he moved up to the other side of Portobello Road, top end, where he had his own shop, full of idlers listening to music and drinking strong beer all day.
Eventually he became online only. David Kats




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