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How Bunny Wailer brought innovation and Rastology to the Jamaican music renaissance

By Les Johnson, Visiting Research Fellow, Birmingham School of Media, Birmingham City University
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The recent death of Bunny Wailer, the last surviving founding member of the Wailers has seen outpourings of grief and appreciation all over the world. But in the wake of the triple Grammy award-winner’s passing at 73, the pioneer’s contributions to reggae are being revisited by those who understand the full scope of his impact on reggae – and many more genres besides.

I met Bunny during the Wailers’ 1973 UK tour…

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