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Saturday marked the anniversary of Bob Marley’s passing away. Marley passed away on May 11th, 1981. There is a classic commercial for the Jamaican beer Red Stripe that ends with the memorable line: “Red Stripe and Reggae, helping our white friends dance for 70 years.” Walk into most college scenes,…

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While reggae may have most successfully penetrated the world market, Jamaican popular music has endured several other phases throughout its relatively brief recorded history. The first of these two reviews focuses on highlights of rocksteady from the late '60s and early '70s; the second touches on modern efforts that postdate…

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Jimmy Buffett must have the memory of an elephant - to go along with his huge philanthropic heart. When he plays Texas - and he always plays Texas - he thanks the audience for keeping him alive when he was just a kid, trying to eek out a living playing…

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ONCE it was the exclusive product of the sunshine island of Jamaica but now a special brand of made-in-Swindon reggae is proving a hit with discerning fans around the world. Father-of-two Erin Bardwell – Swindon council worker by day, reggae musician by night –finds himself posting his band’s home grown…

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06 April 2013 Written by

The Legacy of Dube Lives On

It's Thursday night in downtown Johannesburg and some 500 people are packed into Bassline, a warehouse-like club in a hipster-friendly neighborhood. They're here for South Africa's longest-running sound system, or crew of reggae DJs. But tonight they get something extra: a young woman sporting dreadlocks and an army cap gets…

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Bob Marley was bigger than pop music. The legendary Jamaican singer-songwriter blended music with spirituality, humanitarianism and politics to leave an imprint that survived his death on May 11, 1981. Although he was only 36, his legacy is durable. An exhibition celebrating the artist who put reggae on the international…

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