Praise for JahWorks.org

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Here’s what some of our visitors have to say. Thanks for all your good words. As always, we welcome all feedback. Click the feedback button at the bottom of every page to share your thoughts with us.


“give thanks for ‘jah works.'”
-roots-ee

“keep up the good work at the site.”
-Rob Kenner, Vibe Magazine

“Nice job!”
-Ephraim

“Love Your Page!”
-Fredlocks Asher in Vancouver, Canada

“I have a link to your site from mine www.sham-rocks.com. I check it everyday and have recommended it to all my friends. Peace and respect…”
-Corky, RAW #1514

“I just want to big-up all the people at Jahworks. Without you, all we the people would not know what’s going on in the music world. Just keep up the good work and Jah will always Bless the I them. One love and Jah bless.”
-Empress Shermika in Altamonte Springs, FL

“I like all that you are doing on this site. Keep it up and Jah Bless.”
-Vincent in Ghana

“Thank you for providing this service, and the information you give.”
-Margarita in Oakland, CA

“Great site!!”
-Diane in Omaha, NE

“Keep up the good works!”
-Sharleen

“Awesome site. I really like the Caribbean atmosphere.”
-Eric in Bay Shore, NY

“Wow! This site was an inspired brain-child! Jahmazing! and beautifully done.”
-Madeline in Friday Harbor, WA

I really like the jahworks.org site because it really shows great care and livication towards reggae music and its artists. You don’t get any fluff, only heartfelt information.”
-Daniel in Lafayette, CO

“Keep up the nice vibes. I look forward to each issue that you send forward. Many blessings.”
-Sister Sara in Chicago, IL

“I just want to say thank you because when your newsletter arrives there is always something of interest to read. One love to the max, keep up the good work.”
-Magnus Hjalmarsson in Uppsala, SWEDEN

“…luv the site mon! positive I!”
-Erik in Washington D.C.

“I really like the Jah Works site….keep up the good work.”
—E-Ski in New York City

“big up for the great works. keep it up.”
-Saul

“i just happened upon your site and i think it’s wonderful. it’s nice to see well-organized sites promoting the ideals of caribbean music/lifestyles.”
—Jared Taylor

“Thanks so much for your wonderful site. The whole site looks terrific.”
-Roger Steffens in Long Beach, CA

“I find Jahworks.org to be very informative, especially being a fan of music in the bay area, and immediately added it to my favorites.”
—Coriander

“Congratulations on how your site is developing!!! It’s really coming along.”
-Norman Stolzoff, author of “Wake the Town and Tell the People: Dancehall Culture in Jamaica”

“This is really looking good. You guys are doing a fantastic job! I just wanted to give proper props!”
—Ronda in Oakland, CA

“salutations! i was just visiting your site, it looks great! i really like the way you guys laid it out.”
-Taylor Raume, loopwise.com

“Great site, and very comprehensive work! Your site shows hard work & love for the subject.”
—Wendy in Berkeley, CA

“Congratulations are in order. The site is cool, baby!”
-Freddie in Las Vegas, NV

“Awesome site. I enjoyed checking out the top 15 Afro-Cuban albums. I’m gonna look for the number one.”
—Miguel in El Cerrito, CA

“It’s a very good thing you all are doing. Please continue.”
-Ubald from Dominica

“Thank you for creating this online publication.”
-Linda (location withheld)

“Nice site – love the new Patois column, and am looking forward to the new lessons.”
-Mary in Denver, CO

“The site looks great and i respect what you guys are trying to do.”
-Brian in New York, NY

“In the name of the Most High. JAH! Wonderful site! I give thanks for it.”
-Katarina in Virginia

“Thanks for the website and your forward thinking ideals.”
-DJ RJ in Austin, TX

“Please allow me to take this precious moment to congratulate you on the success of pulling off the monumental task of launching your ire new online magazine Jahworks.com. I am thoroughly enjoying the caliber of the articles and the dreadication to such a valuable resource in our commUNITY. Jah bless you and your staff!”
-Anna

 

 

 




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