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Highlighting Road Blocks of Reggae

AS a high-profile music business lawyer in the 1990s, Lloyd Stanbury was not afraid to let his views be known on the shortcomings of the Jamaican industry. Stanbury still has a lot to say, and he expresses his grouses and solutions in Reggae Roadblocks, his first book which he launched…
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Reggae And The River

Every generation throws a hero up the pop charts," Paul Simon sang in The Boy in the Bubble. While the numerous charts in Jamaica are notoriously flawed - as in lacking any shred of authenticity - the cycle of popular entertainers remains an indication of successive generations' inexorable progression through…
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Tuff Gong, Spicy Chocolate & More, Come Together For Reggae Power 2

Legendary rhythm twins Sly and Robbie and Japanese production outfit Spicy Chocolate have joined forces with Tuff Gong International to give the world a dose of The Reggae Power 2, which is a compilation album featuring several top-class reggae artistes. Sly and Robbie have a well-documented musical connection to the…
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Rototom Sunsplash Re-Invites Matisyahu

Following a barrage of criticism, organizers of an international reggae festival in Spain backtracked Wednesday and apologized for cancelling a concert by Jewish-American singer Matisyahu because he had declined to state his position regarding a Palestinian state. Rototom Sunsplash festival said in a statement that it publicly apologized for canceling…
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Rototom Dropped Matisyahu For Not Endorsing Palestine

Organizers of a music festival in Spain dropped the hip-hop artist Matisyahu from their lineup because he would not endorse a Palestinian state. The annual reggae music festival, Rototom Sunsplash in Benicassim, Valencia, began August 15. Matisyahu was scheduled to perform August 22, the final day. The festival supports the…
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The Rasta Gospel

Music and religion have long made for a potent mix. In the case of reggae and the Rastafari religion, the links go deep, as a new compilation from the Soul Jazz label makes clear. Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon, 1955-83 is a fascinating document. Musically, it’s a great account of…
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