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CD Review: Drunk Souls, Revolution

Drunk Souls, Revolution
It’s been said that the French don’t do rock well, but they sure can do reggae. Revolution is the latest and best proof: a vibrant, intelligent, edgy, musically inventive album by a group called ...
CDs, Music, Reggae, Reviews

CD Review: Dub Nation, Rising Force for Change

Dub Nation, Rising Force for Change
2011 www.nationrizn.com What with the presence of 1) a couple of alumni from The Spinners, 2) a whole bunch of 60s-era rock/pop lyrics like "spinning on a carousel" and "we’ve got to come together," and 3) ...
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CD Review: Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, In These Times

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
2012 www.giantpandadub.com A promotional blurb refers to In These Times as Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad’s "new psychedelic reggae album." Sure enough, it’s reggae, and of a very attractive kind, but it seems I no longer ...
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CD Review: Midnite, Kings Bell

Midnite King's Bell
IGrade Records, 2011 Unforgiving no-nonsense one-drop momentum densely textured brittle tattered breathless mannered chant seemingly featureless landscape of complex literate sound occasional snatches of melodic instrumental surprise challenging us at every turn themes from contemporary Kafka by ...
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CD Review: Earl Zero, Marketplace

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Foreign Key Records, 2011 Earl Zero has been around the roots reggae scene a long time. That’s perhaps because he has the perfect voice for it: essentially soft and supple, therefore capable of the subtleties ...
Culture, giveaways, Literature and Books, Reggae

Win Marley Children’s Book!

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Jan 20
One Love by Cedella Marley
Enter to win One Love, Adapted by Cedella Marley Courtesy of Chronicle Books Jahworks.org has 3 books to giveaway* ONE LOVE, Adapted by Cedella Marley - Based on the song by Bob Marley Illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton 10 ...
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On Racial Frontiers: The New Culture of Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison and Bob Marley

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Dec 31
[amazon-product align="right"]0521643937[/amazon-product](January 2000) “I don’t think enough people look at Bob Marley’s European audience and ask: what is that all about?” Gregory Stephens tells me one sunny day outside of his El Cerrito, California home, ...
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