Various - mr music hits 10/94


This two-disc, 38-track set may not actually have “the best reggae hits ever,” as its title states -- and it doesn’t -- but it does have a surprisingly diverse (and seemingly random) collection of cool sides, including UB40 and Chrissie Hynde 's reggaefied version of “I Got You Babe,” Peter Tosh 's fiery take on “Johnny B. Goode,” Johnny Nash 's smooth and hopeful “I Can See Clearly Now,” Inner Circle 's “Bad Boys,” and three early Bob Marley cuts, “Keep on Moving,” “Mellow Moods,” and “Sun Is Shining.” It’s hardly an exhaustive survey of commercial reggae, but it does make for a pretty good budget truck-stop purchase -- it’ll keep the road sunny for not much money.

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In his off-stage roles, Clark served as Chief Executive Officer of Dick Clark Productions (an interest in which he sold off in his later years). He also founded the American Bandstand Diner, a restaurant chain modeled after the Hard Rock Cafe . [ vague ] In 1973, he created and produced the annual American Music Awards show, similar to the Grammy Awards . [3]


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