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After Third World vacated, (mid-`80s) the Seven Sisters premises became the main outlet for the Body Music chain of Reggae specialist shops (other branches were in Upton Park, Deptford and Harlesden) and was owned by Fitzroy Sterling, who made a few records for Pama in 1970 and `71. Comment: Mark Griffiths

Count Shelly passed away

“The last sound I go out and listen to before I decide to build my sound was Sir Dees sound playing out in Tottenham, and I stand up the night and listen, and it coming like the music the man of Dees did play is music what Sir Fanso did stop play longtime. I just come out and go home a my yard and I decide say I’m gonna build a sound." Fatman





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