Reggae Classic Revisited: Barrington Levy's ‘Shaolin Temple’

Your pretty looks is deceiving, girl.

Reggae records from the 1970s show how the kung-fu flicks of that era had made as big an impression on brothers and sisters in the slums of Jamaica as they had on their counterparts in the ghettos of America.

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