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peninsularian · 28 days ago
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Roots anthem courtesy of Bunny Wailer via the El Tempos
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musickickz · 7 months ago
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Marcia Griffiths   *November 23, 1949
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fire-go-on-and-fire · 5 months ago
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rainingmusic · a year ago
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 Bob Marley & The Wailers -  Exodus
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cavegirl66 · a year ago
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*** MARCIA GRIFFITHS *** * Try a little Smile * a Beautiful dub/reggae /soul
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gottahavesoul · a year ago
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Roots Massive pt.3 (70's & early 80's Reggae & Roots Reggae selection)
1-The Meditations - Justice 2-Tarishi- Jah Children 3-Wailing Souls - Pack Your Things 4-Determination Band - Freedom 5-Black Jade -  Lonely Days Lonely Nights & Lonely Times 6-Burnig Spear - Social Living 7-Marcia Griffiths - Hurting Inside & Version 8-Officials - Distant Drums 9-Tacumah - Expensive Dreams & Expensive Dub 10-Itals - Jah Glory 11-Somolians - Rock With Me & Rock Rock Version 12- Fabienne Miranda – Destiny & Version 13-B. B. Seaton - Morning sun & Sundown 14- Sister Jam - A man Like You & Orchid Path Dub 15-Naggo Morris - Down In The Ghetto & Version 16-Black Uhuru - No No No & version 17-Judah Eskender Tafari - Rastafari Tell You & Pt.2 18-The Cables - Jah Children Unite & Version 19- David McIntosh & His Bros – Trying To Be Nice & Iron Rock 20- Kwame Heshimu – Beast Of Burden & Version 21- Barrington Levy - Deep In The Dark & Version 22-Carl Darkin – Back A Yard 23- Elizabeth Archer & The Equators – Feel Like Making Love 24-Dessus – Ghetto Children 25-Ernie Smith And The Roots Revival – To Behold Jah 26- Hugh Mundell - My Mind & Version 27-Nadine Sutherland - Starvation & Hungry Dub 28-Lloyd Parks - Come Back Early & Version 2 29-Ginger Williams - This Life 30- Joyella Blade – Cairo 31-Misty In Roots - Poor & Needy 32-Richie Mcdonald - Broad Road & Broad Dub 33-Fermena Edwards - I Need Somebody's Shoulder To Cry On
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retroness-is-fabulous · a year ago
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blackcatzac · 9 months ago
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Watch "Don't Let Me Down" on YouTube
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steppingrazzor · a year ago
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Happy birthday Marcia Griffiths
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forever70s · 12 months ago
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Bob Andy & Marcia Griffiths - Pied Piper lp cover (1971)
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nofatclips · a year ago
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Zion Train by Bob Marley & The Wailers from the album Uprising
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peninsularian · 27 days ago
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Soul template for the Bunny Wailer/Marcia Griffiths reggae classic, 1964
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feeldagoodvibes · 10 months ago
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sweettntmagazine · 10 months ago
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Blessed: ‘Summa Gyal has Latin feel, blend of Dancehall & Soca’
Blessed: ‘Summa Gyal has Latin feel, blend of Dancehall & Soca’
Jamaican Reggae artiste Blessed has churned out a new sizzling smash in the form of his new single ‘Summa Gyal’. – Sonique Solutions, Toronto, Ontario Summa Gyal was written by Peter ‘Blessed’ Skinner and produced by Marcus Cain (a former producer at Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def Record Label). The mid-tempo track is best described as a fun party song created to resonate with listeners during the…
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mightysmallz · a year ago
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the-sweet-life-ja · 2 years ago
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BOB ANDY (28 October 1944 – 27 March 2020)
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Keith Anderson CD, better known by the stage name Bob Andy, was a Jamaican reggae vocalist and songwriter. Bob Andy emerged as a solo star in 1966 with the smash hit "I've Got to Go Back Home", a song which has become a much-loved anthem for Jamaicans. He had served his singing and songwriting apprenticeship with the legendary vocal group THE PARAGONS, which he founded with Tyrone (Don) Evans and Howard Barrett, later joined by John Holt. The Paragons had several hits for producer Coxsone Dodd including the Number One "Love At Last", penned by Bob.
Jamaica conferred its Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander (CD) on Keith ‘Bob Andy’ Anderson in October 2006 for his contributions to the development of reggae music.
R.I.P. Bob Andy! Thank you for your contributions to music, to our sweet reggae music. May your songs live on.
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gottahavesoul · a year ago
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Marcia Griffiths - Don't Let Me Down (1969)
so good...
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curryvillain · a year ago
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OLDIES SUNDAY: Bunny Wailer - Electric Boogie (1980)
OLDIES SUNDAY: Bunny Wailer – Electric Boogie (1980)
Today, we celebrate another Jamaican music Icon who has transitioned to the big session in the afterlife. Today on Oldies Sunday, we go back in time to check out the classic “Electric Boogie” by “Jah B“, the “Blackheart Man”, and the last Wailer, Bunny Wailer. Produced through his Solomonic Music label and released in 1980, Bunny Wailer gave us a song that was bound to make us move! With his…
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theycallmephia · a year ago
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Madness. Beres brought out Buju & Marcia, something I expected and still whole heartedly enjoyed, but then he performs an unreleased track with Popcaan 👌🏾
Beres is a living legend to me and no one can tell me any different.
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steppingrazzor · a year ago
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Marcia Griffiths
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