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Bob Marley's second live album, 1978's Babylon by Bus, had to be pretty damned good to match the incandescence of 1975's Live!. But with glorious performances on songs like "Punky Reggae Party," "Jamming," and "Is This Love?" Bob Marley and the Wailers came close to equaling Live!. Maybe there wasn't quite the same amount of inspiration, but the Wailers had matured into a tight unit, and Marley was a charismatic performer, as this set captured only too well. And with Marley still at the height of his writing powers, there definitely wasn't a dud song in the bunch. Not so much bus travel as limousine listening, this specially remastered edition makes the glory of the original release even clearer. –Chris Nickson
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Family Time is Ziggy Marley s third solo album and first full-length offering especially for children and families. Marley produced the album with legendary producer Don Was, known for his Grammy®-winning work with such artists as Bonnie Raitt as well as with his own hit-making group, Was (Not Was). With original songs newly-composed by Marley himself, the album features a variety of family and friends as guests including Rita Marley (Ziggy s mother), Cedella Marley (sister), Judah Marley (daughter), Paul Simon, Jack Johnson, Willie Nelson, Toots Hibberts (of Toots and the Maytals), Elizabeth Mitchell, Laurie Berkner, Paula Fuga and two stories narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Growing up music was an important part of my childhood, Marley says. I see it being just as important in my children and all children growth and development. Music helps children to grow with open minds and open hearts and this is my message. This record represents my daily family life and is inspired by my three-year-old daughter Judah and baby Gideon. It was a joy to make and opened up new avenues in my creativity. Family Time is for all families and especially the world family.
Rebelution has already established itself as one of the best-selling reggae bands on the planet, through a strong DIY mentality, relentless touring and a deep connection to their fan base via social media. COUNT ME IN is the band's self-produced fourth studio album, recorded in Miami and Burbank, CA between September and December 2013. The album features guest appearances by dancehall star Collie Buddz and reggae legend Don Carlos. The band's last album, PEACE OF MIND (2012), debuted at #1 on the Billboard Reggae and Independent charts, as well as at #13 on the Billboard Top 200. The record will be available in CD format as well as in a special gatefold-jacketed 180 gram vinyl LP.
Ska music has been deeply ingrained in the punk rock culture since the Clash adopted their rude boy stance near the end of the British punk invasion and the 2-Tone label put ska on the map. Suddenly, punks stopped kicking the crap out of each other long enough to dance. The debut release by Orange County, California's Sublime is a positively infectious record that marries varied styles of dub, reggae, rap, sampling, scratching, and badass dancehall ska with old-school punk overtones. Musicianship on this record is exceptionally tight, featuring Brad Nowell's innovative guitar work and bright, soulful voice. Packed with 40 oz. of rock (21 tracks) including the ultimate pot-smoking anthem "Smoke Two Joints" and the novelty hit "Date Rape." –Gail Worley
No Doubt's 1995 release, Tragic Kingdom, brought Southern California's ska scene to a national stage while elevating the band to star status. An irresistible mix of reggae, punk, and power pop, Tragic Kingdom scored several hits, among them "Spiderwebs," "Just a Girl," and "Don't Speak." Singer Gwen Stefani's looks made the group MTV shoo-ins, but her soaring voice is the real star, as evidenced by such songs as "Happy Now?"–a classic you'll-regret-you-dumped-me anthem that recalls Blondie–and the bouncy "Sunday Morning." Despite recurring themes of pain and regret, Tragic Kingdom manages to somehow feel sunny throughout. –Courtney Kemp
It's time to go for the gold! Reggae Gold 2015 is the ultimate reggae music compilation with the big hits and crucial crossover tracks from the past 12 months. Plus a bonus mix disc performed by Seani B from BBC Radio 1Xtra.
An exciting line up of Dancehall, Lover's Rock and Roots & Culture
Features new music from Beres Hammond, Gyptian, Eddie Murphy, Inner Circle featuring Chronixx and more.
Originally released in 1978 and discontinued in 2000, Greatest Hits contained just 8 songs. It has now been expanded by an additional 6 songs, making this the most complete look ever at their crucial 70s recordings for Capricorn Records. Contains the hits Can t You See, Heard It In A Love Song, Fire On The Mountain and Take The Highway. Includes five rare 45 rpm single versions! Newly remastered, with an 8-page booklet containing detailed notes and rare photos.
Major Lazer is a collaborative project produced by Diplo(AKA Wesley Pentz) – the Grammy nominated founder of Mad
Decent Records and one of the most pioneering artists of thetime.
Their 2010 mixtape Lazerproof and EP Lazers Never Die paved the way for a collaboration with Beyonce on her massive hit Run the World (Girls). In 2013 Major Lazer s second full length album Free The Universe – featuring Bruno Mars, Tyga, Flux Pavillion, Wynter Gordon, Shaggy, Wyclef, and Ezra Koening from Vampire Weekend was globally released. Spin called the LP s frst single "Get Free" ft. Amber Coffman (Dirty Projectors) a meeting point between Jamaica, West Africa,
For all his tattoos and bulked-up frat-boy persona, singer Bradley Nowell had real soul, which made his fatal heroin overdose even more tragic. There's more to this Long Beach, California, trio's debut, released shortly after Nowell's death in 1996, than white suburban punks imitating Jamaican ska music. The band comes up with great songs, notably the catchy MTV hit "What I Got"; spooky dub-reggae undertones, produced by the Butthole Surfers' Paul Leary, to go with the snappy horns; and surprisingly progressive lyrics that attack sexism and other social ills, especially on "Wrong Way." Like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Fishbone, obvious forebears, Sublime become slightly tiresome after 17 songs, but the band is great in short doses. –Steve Knopper
A distressed print from Toots and the Maytals of Frederick "Toots" Hibbert printed on an army-green, 100% cotton t-shirt.
Even as greatest hits packages go, this is an utter gem. Every song is inspired, in a class of its own, whether the real version of "I Shot the Sheriff," the hymnlike "No Woman, No Cry," or the sheer joy of "Jamming." Even allowing that Marley never wrote any bad material, then Legend is still the crème de la crème, the heart and soul of the Jamaican people packed into one five-inch compact disc. He was unique, and the message of this record, more than any other, is that he died far too soon. –Chris Nickson
2015 release from the soulful British singer/songwriter. Water For Your Soul is a culmination in Joss Stone's travels in sound, demonstrating how the teen soul prodigy has blossomed into an artist of style and substance. This is an album that pulses with the liquid groove of reggae, dazzles with the mix and match sonic adventure of hip hop, shimmers with the exotic sounds of world music and delivers the emotional belt of R&. Most of the songs for Water For Your Soul had been written and demoed before Joss's Total World Tour began but widening horizons convinced her to completely rethink and recut the record. The sound expanded to include Indian tabla, Bengali lute, Bansuri flute, African and Asian percussion, plus gospel choirs, New Orleans horns and full orchestra. After various experiments, abandoned and revisited sessions, the final album was more or less completed in a 10 day frenzy, with strings being recorded in London, percussion in Hawaii and Joss pulling it together at her own Home Grown Studios in Devon.
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Toots and the Maytals bring you this black 100% cotton tee with images of the band members against a red star background, the band's name in green distressed print, and their 2011 album title "Pressure Drop" printed above green stars.
: Bob Marley is one of the greatest icons of our time. His remarkable body of work remains timeless and universal, continuing to inspire millions around the world. In 1980 he traveled to Africa with his family to perform a landmark concert to celebrate the independence of Zimbabwe. 30 years later, his sons Ziggy, Rohan and Robbie return to Africa to continue their father's legacy and embark upon their own journey. Marley Africa Road Trip captures the highs and lows of this freewheeling, fully-charged expedition as they travel on motorcycles to reconnect with their father s legacy and discuss returning to the land that Bob Marley loved.
Roots, Rock, Reggae presents a street-level perspective on the reggae music scene during a very important period in the evolution of reggae music. In the late 1970s, police and thieves battled in the street, politicians struggled for power and reggae musicians fought for peoples' souls. Featuring performances by seminal reggae greats from Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff to the Abyssinians and Jacob Miller, this is the only documentary on the evolution of reggae and a must for reggae's legions of fans. 60 minutes.
NTSC/Region 0. Reggae greats Black Uhuru and their friends serve up a sizzling platter or great Reggae tunes that blend deep grooves and danceable beats with Hip Hop attitude and confrontational images. Apart from the Uhurus, this DVD features performances from Yellowman, Israel Vibration, The Mighty Diamonds, Culture, Roots Radics and others. Immortal. 2006.
DREADLOCOK ROCK : the Story of Reggae Music is an incredible musical and spiritual journey into the "Reggae, Rasta Revolution". Reggae came up from the ghetto's of Trenchtown, Jamaica to become a global music movement. PETER TOSH, BUNNY LIVINGSTON and BOB MARLEY and the WAILERS are recognized as the major reggae spokesmen but 'half the story has never been told' until now. With rare live performances, interviews and photos ROGER STEFFENS, the chairmen of the Reggae Grammy Committee, narrates this colorful film on Jamaican Music and it's global influence. This four part series is a comprehensive look at Jamaican music from the beginning of MENTO, SKA, ROCK STEADY, REGGAE, DUB, DANCEHALL and Reggae International. Reggae is alive and well.
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Welcome to the 1983 edition of Jamaica’s annual Reggae Sunsplash in Montego Bay, a week-long showcase for some of the greatest names in reggae, ska, funk and dub poetry. This magnificent snapshot of the Jamaican music scene of the early ’80s includes legends such as Gil Scott-Heron, Alton Ellis, and the reunited Skatalites, newcomers the Melody Makers featuring Ziggy Marley, and hitmakers Third World and Musical Youth. Cool Runnings: The Reggae Movie is a must-have for any World Music fan, and a wonderful memento of this golden age in Jamaican culture.
First time on DVD. Bob Marley & The Wailers came to London's Rainbow Theatre in the summer of 1977. The Exodus album was riding the British charts. The band's potent, magical music was everywhere; on the airwaves, the jukeboxes, the sound system, hi-fi's. Live At The Rainbow captures a moment in time at the height of Bob Marley's popularity with a digitally enhanced picture, remastered DTS and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound, and Dolby Digital stereo. As a special bonus, the award-winning documentary Caribbean Nights: The Bob Marley Story and recently shot footage of The Bob Marley Museum, Tuff Gong Studios and Nine Mile have been included on this special two-disc DVD set.
From Bob Marley's legendary 1978 Babylon By Bus Tour comes this pink juniors t-shirt, with a stylish logo illustration and sleek slim-fitted design. Soft 100% cotton construction and distressed print gives an authentic vintage look and feel so real you'll be able to say you were there for real.
Classic great performances and interviews with some of the most prominent Reggae artists, also rare earlier footage from the dancehall arena. Includes material by Dennis Brown, Barrington Levy, Buju Banton, Sugar Minott, Shabba Ranks, Michael Rose, Shagg
This 50 minute DVD is an outstanding collection of Reggae videos which has been digitally remastered in 5.1 Surround Sound.It includes 13 tracks from such artists as Sublime, Pato Banton, Jacob Miller & Inner Circle, Peter Tosh, Yellowman, Don Carlos, Too
Bob Marley's musical (and cultural) shadow is so large that the man clearly needed an authoritative documentary portrait–and Marley steps in with all the right stuff to fill the role. Working with official rights to the music and access to Marley's family and friends, Oscar-winning documentarian Kevin Macdonald (One Day in September) creates a thorough account that hits the major points, not stinting on some of the less admirable aspects of Marley's life (including his brood of children fathered with women other than his patient wife, Rita, whose presence indicates just how much she puts Marley's legacy above his personal infidelities). Especially interesting is the sketch of Bob Marley's youth, as a mixed-race–and thus socially ostracized–kid from the village of Nine Mile who began to put together a reggae sound with a group of like-minded musicians in Jamaica in the late '50s and early '60s. That period comes to life, and the account of Marley's ascent, while familiar from such sagas, has its share of offbeat incidents. His death, at age 36 in 1981, does not dominate the movie, but Macdonald does a good job of getting that story laid out. In the meantime, the music and the concert footage are more than enough to justify the movie's existence, and Macdonald makes time to include thoughts about politics, ganja smoking, and Rastafarianism, too. If it's not the final word on Marley, it's an excellent start. –Robert Horton
While everybody has heard the music of Bob Marley, the superstar of reggae, few people know that it was Rocksteady that developed the buoyant rhythms, prominent bass pulse, soulful vocals and socially conscious lyrics that gave reggae its power. This film features a mix of studio recording sessions at Tuff Gong Studios, rarely seen archival footage from the period and interviews with the performers at home or at places on the island that had had profound effects on their music and lives.
1. Jamaica 2. Dennis Brown 3. The Prophet 4. Trenchtown Rock 5. Stand Up 6. Inspiration 7. Jacob Miller 8. Unity Movie Description Reggae documentary of the One Love Peace Concert held in Kingston, Jamaica in 1978. In addition to the music, this film features the return to Jamaica of Bob Marley after a 16-month hiatus following an attempt on his life. Late, great reggae legend Bob Marley is joined by his acclaimed contemporary Peter Tosh and a dozen other reggae stars–including Jacob Miller, Dennis Brown, and Junior Tucker–in one of his finest concert performances. Filmed live in Marley's homeland, Jamaica, in 1977 and 1978, HEARTLAND REGGAE is one of the most renowned reggae concert films that exists. Also included are several sequences in which the Rastafarian lifestyle and philosophy are discussed. Synopsis The film centers around Marley's historic "One Love Peace Concert," and captures Marley and other reggae stars Jacob Miller and Peter Tosh at the height of their careers. Shot entirely on location in Jamaica between 1977 and 1978, it is considered to be the definitive reggae film.
Starring Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace and Richard "DirtyHarry" Hall, ROCKERS is a Robin Hood style story of oppressed Jamaican musicians getting even with the "mafia types" in the business. Featuring Burning Spear, Bunny Wailer, Third World, Peter Tosh, Ja
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