The Master Musicians of the Aga Khan Music Initiative join Cerys in the studio ahead of their Jubilee concert at The Royal Albert Hall. Bringing with them instruments that include the rubab, dutar and tabla. And Alex Bartsch and Al Newman talk about their new book “Covers. Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves In London” documenting reggae album covers shot in London between 1967 and 1988. Bartsch has identified and photographed more than 50 UK reggae sleeves in their original locations. The images document the passing of time, and provide an insight into the history of reggae music in the UK.
Listen here at the source: BBC Radio 6 Music – Cerys Matthews, I Love Music, Just As Long As It’s Grooving.