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EuroNews
Reggae made in Switzerland à la Jaba & Friendshe prefers to remain behind his drums. Though he is a strong believer in regga
Reggae made in Switzerland à la Jaba & Friends
EuroNews / Posted 6 days ago
he prefers to remain behind his drums. Though he is a strong believer in reggae music Jaba does not consider himself to be rastafarian, based on the religious Abrahamic belief which developed in Jamaica in the 1930s. Jaba: “Reggae and rasta for me... Read more
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examiner.com
The colorful, musical life of legendary Lee 'Scratch' Perry comes to DVDglory. An astonishing encounter with the godfather of reggae, the mentor of Bo
The colorful, musical life of legendary Lee 'Scratch' Perry comes to DVD
examiner.com / Posted 7 days ago
glory. An astonishing encounter with the godfather of reggae, the mentor of Bob Marley, the "Prophet" of the international Rastafari movement, and one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, "Lee Scratch Perry's Vision of Paradise"... Read more
23d
iol.co.za
Don't touch us on our doeks!or religion without judgement being passed. After all, wearing a doek is an ext
Don't touch us on our doeks!
iol.co.za / Posted 23 days ago
or religion without judgement being passed. After all, wearing a doek is an extension of our expression. I have seen Rastafari men, Xhosa women and even aunty Mavis on the corner wearing a doek proudly, claiming their “African-ness”. It... Read more
24d
This is Oxfordshire
Free magazine out in Oxford will be a home for Roots Reggae and people powerin Jamaica and West Africa in the 1960s and often deals with the day-to-day liv
Free magazine out in Oxford will be a home for Roots Reggae and people power
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 24 days ago
in Jamaica and West Africa in the 1960s and often deals with the day-to-day lives of writers and the spiritual side of Rastafari culture. The first issue of The Dub was printed at Parchment in Crescent Road and 150 copies were distributed in... Read more
24d
Oxford Mail
Free magazine out in Oxford will be a home for Roots Reggae and people powerin Jamaica and West Africa in the 1960s and often deals with the day-to-day liv
Free magazine out in Oxford will be a home for Roots Reggae and people power
Oxford Mail / Posted 24 days ago
in Jamaica and West Africa in the 1960s and often deals with the day-to-day lives of writers and the spiritual side of Rastafari culture. The first issue of The Dub was printed at Parchment in Crescent Road and 150 copies were distributed in... Read more

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