Most of the world's great reggae artists have recorded and performed in London at some point.
These images by photographer David Corio capture musicians including Lee Perry, Gregory Isaacs and Dennis Brown in the throes of a performance, putting in time at the studio or simply chilling on the city's streets.
All these artists, at one time or another, recorded on the Greensleeves label — which about to be celebrated in a short exhibition in Kensington: A Reggae Music Journey — 40 Years of VP Records.
VP Records — which owns the Greensleeves back catalogue — started out life as a small store in Kingston, Jamaica, growing to become a driving force in pushing reggae and dancehall artists into the mainstream.
The exhibition — on at the Jamaican High Commission from 29 October-1 November — tells the story of VP's history in Jamaica and the US, featuring notable album sleeves, photos of the original record store — and spotlights on Dennis Brown & Greensleeves.
(It's worth pointing out that the photos in this article do not feature in the exhibition, so just enjoy these here.)
Two panels also feature as part of the show: The Impact of Reggae & Dancehall on the UK Music Scene with Mykaell Ryley (moderator), Bigs (Rockers LDN, NTS) and Carter van Pelt (Director of Catalogue Development, VP Records) is on 29 October.
That's followed on 30 October by Reggae & Dancehall in the Digital Era with Paulette Long (moderator), Seani B (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Randy Chin (President, VP Records) and Laura Moat (UK Head of Digital, ADA).
A Reggae Music Journey — 40 Years of VP Records, Jamaican High Commission, Kensington, 29 October-1 November (11am-5pm), free, just turn up