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  • August 05, 2010

    A limited number of copies of the forthcoming Wingless Angels Volumes 1 & 2 Deluxe Edition, signed by Keith himself, are now ready for pre-order in the Store. We've only got 100 of these signed sets available, so don't delay!

    Also on sale now is the standard two-disc version of Wingless Angels Volume 1 & 2, and digital editions of the individual albums. Head to the Store now to order, and for more information on Wingless Angels, please visit

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  • August 01, 2010



    The Wingless Angels Deluxe Edition box set is now available for pre-order through

    The Deluxe Edition includes the original Wingless Angels recordings first issued in 1997 as well as a second disc of new material recorded over the last decade. The package is complimented with drawings by Keith Richards inspired by his Jamaican experiences and a book of essays, interviews, and never-before-seen photos from the making of both records. All of this will be housed in a hemp tri-fold protected by a solid wood box.

    As a special "thank you" to those who order the box from

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  • July 15, 2010


    Enjoy the brand new album artwork for the upcoming release of Wingless Angels II. This is the first glimpse of what to expect when the album is released via digital retailers worldwide on August 1st, 2010.

    Wingless Angels II is a tribute to Keith Richards' decade long friendship with legendary ska and reggae singer Justin Hinds. The album contains a collection of brand new recordings featuring Hinds' last sessions before his passing as well as a re-release of the original album, long out of print.

    A deluxe edition, available only at, will be unveiled shortly and is to
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  • June 07, 2010

    “The best song that I know that he wrote was “Oh, What a Joy and a Comfort.”… that’s Justin, it really expresses the man himself. He’s a diamond.” – Keith Richards

    Please join us in celebrating the music of Wingless Angels II by joining our email list. When you do, you will receive a complimentary MP3 download of the band performing the original Justin Hinds composition, “Oh What A Joy”.

    The widget is also available for you to share with fellow music lovers on your blog or social media pages. Please help us spread this positive, joyful music far and wide.

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  • June 04, 2010

    Wingless Angels:
    Justin Hinds & Jamaican Nyabinghi Drummers, Featuring Keith Richards

    September Deluxe Box Set with Exclusive Online Offerings, Archival Photos, Interviews and Keith Richards Illustrations

    Keith Richards’ tribute to his decades-long friendship with legendary ska and reggae singer Justin Hinds has a new chapter. Produced by Brian Jobson, Wingless Angels II (Mindless Records; reorders: August 1, release: September 23, 2010), is a collection of new recordings featuring Hinds’ last sessions before his passing, and a special re-release of the much-sought-after original album, long out

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  • May 24, 2010


    Tune in to Positive Vibrations on 88.1 KDHX and streaming online Saturday, May 29, 2010, when Michael Kuelker focuses on the music of Jamaica’s late, legendary Justin Hinds.

    Kuelker will play previously unaired interview clips with Justin Hinds, and he will be joined in the studio for conversation with Virgil Bland. Bland, a driver for Hinds and the band for several of their U.S. tours, will share personal memories in what will prove to be a singularly special program.

    More details about the program can be found on the Positive Vibrations/KDHX website here.

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  • April 27, 2010

    Enjoy this tour of the various art elements that came together "just so" to create an evocative and timeless album package...

    View here.

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  • April 14, 2010


    Roger Steffens is a long-time observer of the Jamaican music scene, who has shared many friends over the years with Keith Richard. When asked to conduct an interview for Keith's website, Steffens said, "I'm overjoyed. I've always wanted to speak with him because of our mutual love of reggae." Steffens was an early supporter of Keith's Nyahbinghi album project, " Wingless Angels," writing about its progress in the international reggae/world beat magazine he co-founded, The Beat.

    Nyahbinghi is the roots music that is based in the Rasta faith that began in Jamaica in the 1930s, with the

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  • May 19, 2003


    In May 2003, Keith Richards had an in-depth discussion with reggae archivist Roger Steffens about the Wingless Angels project. Read the transcript and listen to the recording here:


    Part 1:

RS: I can hear you. May I call you Keith?

KR: Yeah, of course. What else are you going to call me?

RS: Yeah man!

KR: Rog!

RS: Irie, how are you?

KR: Cool man.

RS: I’ve been wanting to talk to you for as longer than I can imagine. You know we have so many friends in common you and I…

KR: Ok really.

RS: … especially in the reggae world.

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