Marcus Garvey PART 2
... but the shipping company went bankrupt, Garvey was framed, and spent several years in prison while the movement was severely hurt. Nevertheless, people had started dreaming of a brighter future for the oppressed. Those who dreamt were people like Malcolm X, the Black Muslims, the Black Panthers. The dream could not die. In Jamaica it was carried on by the Rastas.
I-Roy: Tribute to Marcus Garvey. From the LP "Musical Shark Attack", Virgin Records, 1976. Produced by "Joe Joe" Hoo Kim, Channel One Studio, with music played by The Revolutionaries.
Also the DJs competed heavily to promote Marcus Garvey's legacy, resulting in sounds like this one.