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General Reggae News (141)

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Judge Expands Juror Misconduct Investigation In Buju's Case

A federal judge is expanding his investigation into allegations of juror misconduct in the drug trial of reggae star Buju Banton. U.S. District Judge James Moody today ordered U.S. marshals to seize computers belonging to jury forewoman Terri Wright so a defense expert can see whether Internet research was conducted…
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Publishing The Encyclopedia Of Reggae

From his office in the recording industry department of Middle Tennessee State University, Caribbean music expert Mike Alleyne literally wrote the book on reggae music — or one of the books, anyway. “The Encyclopedia of Reggae: The Golden Age of Roots Reggae” (Sterling, $24.95) has pages dedicated to artists like…
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Bob Marley Added To New York University's Cirriculum

The life and times of Bob Marley and his influence on post-colonial music is the focus of a course being offered this month at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, part of New York University's (NYU) Tisch School of Arts in lower Manhattan. It has long been argued that…
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Reggae Music: Sounds Of Liberation

If there were to ever be a soundtrack to the long and valiant history of African liberation, I contend that that beat would be Reggae music. There is certainly a wide history of how music has been central to the communal life of any people, however the story of reggae…
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Reggae Music Is Dieing

IT was slow going in terms of chart action and sales for Jamaican pop music in 2012. But for a minor hit, dancehall/reggae was off the radar. December figures from American sales monitor SoundScan presented a dismal picture with no album by a contemporary Jamaican artiste selling 5,000 copies in…
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Reggae Comes to Brooklyn

The new Barclays Center was the venue for Wednesday's BioLife Sounds of Reggae Concert with headliners Beres Hammond, Ali Campbell, Shaggy, and Maxi Priest. And what a smasher it was. Rapper Jay-Z and superstar Barbara Streisand are just two of the performers who have played sold-out dates at the new…
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