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Moderated by Scott Goldman, Vice President of the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares, this conversation explored the history of reggae and featured GRAMMY-winning reggae artist Ziggy Marley, Jamaican reggae singer and Nyabinghi drummer Ras Michael, Lloyd "Bread" McDonald of Jamaican reggae vocal group The Wailing Souls, and Carlton "Santa" Davis, who played drums for bands including Bob Marley & The Wailers. The panelists discussed a range of topics, including early Jamaican pop music, the creation of reggae as a genre and its early pioneers, and its continued evolution with increasing politically charged lyrics reflecting the social injustices happening in Jamaica. For more information on the GRAMMY Museum, visit www.grammymuseum.org Visit GRAMMY Pro: http://grammypro.com Follow GRAMMY Pro...
This is how reggae started in the 50s from ska to reggae and how it change to dancehall, this is the story up to 1995. It's a new generation into dancehall, with artist like Vybz Kartel and Mavado, the latest one, but when you see this video you can learn by its history. Visit me at http://www.myspace.com/rasorder and http://www.myspace.com/rasnazarene , reggae historian
* Episode 1 of 3 * This episode looks at the early roots of reggae music and its rise to popularity in the '60s.
Part 1 - History of Jamaican Music (From Ska to Reggae to Dancehall Music) is a documentary outlining the movement of the Jamaican music through the different genres that influenced Jamaican music in reaching where it is today - DANCEHALL.. Watch all three parts and enjoy... I do not own this video, this is merely for sharing purposes only!!!
The 40 Year History of Reggae Music in less than 3 minutes Source: Wikipedia Music: Closure 2 Riddim (Prod. by The Riddim Nation) ●Purchase Link | Download Link :http://www.theriddimnation.com ● Website : http://www.TheRiddimNation.com ● Subscribe Here : http://bit.ly/theriddimnation ● Buy/Lease Beats Instantly :►http://www.TheRiddimNation.com ● Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for Pro and Exclusive inquiries ● Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/therid... ● Instagram : http://instagram.com/theriddimnation ● SoundCloud : http://www.soundcloud.com/theriddimna... Reggae developed from ska and rocksteady in the 1960s. Larry And Alvin’s ‘Nanny Goat’ and the Beltones’ ‘No More Heartaches’ competed for the status of first reggae record. The beat was distinctive from rocksteady in that it...
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REVIVAL: The Current History of the Reggae Music La Asociación Cultural Reggae, desde sus recientes proyectos Reggae Shaker y Reggae is a Mission, presentan REVIVAL: The Current History of the Reggae Music. Este avance nos muestra la situación actual en la escena de la música reggae a nivel internacional, profundizando en el llamado movimiento Reggae Revival, dónde se han enmarcado pesos pesados del reggae actual como Protoje, Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal o Jah9, solo por citar unas cuantos. Desde la música al discurso, desde los medios a la conciencia, intentamos esclarecer qué trae este movimiento, sus motivaciones y sus posibles caminos futuros, así como establecer el paralelismo entre esta actualidad en la isla, y la actualidad que tenemos en el Estado Español, con los c...
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Available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/jam50th Apple Music: http://bit.ly/itnsJA50 Spotify: http://bit.ly/sptfyJA50 Subscribe to Regae2Regae: http://bit.ly/ReggaeSubs Artist: Various Artists Title: Jamaica 50th Reggae Greats Genre: Reggae Tracklist Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come Slim Smith - Love And Devotion Cornell Campbell - Natty Dread In A Greenwich Farm Cornell Campbell - Pretty Looks John Holt - I Want To Wake Up With You Cornell Campbell - The Gorgan John Holt - Stick By Me John Holt - The Tide Is High Alton Ellis - I Am Still In Love Johnny Clarke - I’m Still In Love Ken Boothe - Kingston Town Delroy Wilson - Rain From The Sky Slim Smith - Conversation Owen Grey - Bongo Natty (12” Mix) Slim Smith - Keep The Light Delroy Wilson - Trying To Conquer Max Romeo - Let The Power Ken Boo...
Jamaican guitar great Ernest Ranglin and pianist Monty Alexander unite with reggae's newest star, Chronixx, for "A History of Reggae and Jamaican Music," a series of intimate shows at famed New York City jazz club, the Blue Note. See more here: http://www.largeup.com/2014/01/27/impressions-chronixx-x-ernest-ranglin-x-monty-alexander-at-the-blue-note/ Subscribe to LargeUp TV on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/largeuptv Follow LargeUp on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/largeupdotcom Like LargeUp on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/largeupdotcom
The history of reggae, as sung by Chronixx. https://www.facebook.com/gq/
Ever wondered what the very first Reggae song was? Watch RETV on cable channels 392 or 400 (Flow), 731 (Logic One) and 583 (Telstar) or watch online www.1spotmedia.com Follow us on Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RETVJAMAICA Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/RETVJAMAICA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RETVJAMAICA
Jamaican Music has evolved in such a dynamic way that we have to endorse what the legend Bob Marley said..."when it hits you, you feel no pain"... We are coming from an era of when we would just talk on the microphone in such a style that was poetic, comedic, and lyrical to now recording even from the comfort of a small space then editing with some up-to-date software to garner a finish product...So join me as I take you down memory lane of the ever original Jamaican music, from Mento to Ska to Rocksteady to Reggae to Dancehall...
I said we friendship come first, the band did come second
And that's why I decided to put it in a song
So listen crowd of people and throw up unnu hands
If you love dem their style and you love dem pattern
Reggae music can't refuse it
So give us what we want and mek we gwan
I said yes crowd of people we come back again
I man thriller e. and all me best best friends
I know most of dem from age eleven
And some of dem even before then
We travel the whole world, think it could never end
But don't get me wrong it a no big problem
Cos reggae what we love and that's what we defend
And that there love that could a never end
Reggae music can't refuse it
So give us what we want and mek we gwan.
So let me get back to the subject of me friends
Cos me respect and love love the whole of them.
And that there love that could a never end.
And now it is time to hail the whole of them
Me love me mickey v. him in a category.
Robin on guitar him just a nice up every bar.
Me love me astro because him deh pon de go
Me love me norman cos him a don gorgon
Me love me ali c. with his golden voicee
Him nice up every dance nice up every party.
Me love me brian t. pon the saxophonee
Buttons pon the bone, patrick him a hit the high c
Them bad pon their own or in a section of three
And that only leaves me and jimmy
Jimmy a the drummer me a the bassee
And that is the whole of ub40
Reggae music can't refuse it