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Peter Webber heads to Jamaica to capture a piece of reggae history. In documentary feature Inna De Yard, a superstar group of reggae legends convene to record a new album of infectious unplugged reggae hits in a joyful, vibrant celebration of the genre’s roots.
Featuring legends of reggae including Ken Boothe, Winston McAnuff, Cedric Myton, Judy Mowatt and Kiddus I, Inna De Yard is awash with intimate acoustic versions of classic tracks as well as footage from their live performance in Paris.
The film will screen as the Closing Night Film of this year’s Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House on Wednesday August 21 before its theatrical release UK and Ireland-wide on August 30.
Few voices in music are as soulful and honeyed as Ken Boothe, the reggae legend whose God-level fame in his home country is showcased in the new documentary Inna de Yard. The film, which premiered earlier this week at the Tribeca Film Festival, highlights both the past and present of reggae veterans like Boothe, Winston McAnuff, Kiddus I, Cedric Myton of the Congos and Bob Marley and the Wailers’ vocalist Judy Mowatt as they record acoustic versions of some of their most celebrated songs for a new album.
95-year-old , Melita Gordon has been smoking weed for 85 years, now even her doctor is encouraging her not to quit. She now lives Maroon Town, Jamaica, and is approaching her 100th birthday.
She said, “When mi go a doctor him say him nah tell mi fi stop smoke marijuana, because if mi stop, him a go lose mi.”
Melita Gordon, 95, has no intention of quitting a habit that has stayed with her for a major portion of her life, smoking marijuana. Even with the protestation of her children and other relatives, the senior citizen insists that her life is not going up in smoke.
Netflix has released a documentary on ganja called “The Grass Is Greener” that focuses on the links between ganja and pop culture. Featured in the film are reggae legend Bunny Wailer and Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, The 90-minute documentary was directed by Fab 5 Freddy and was released on 4/20/2019 to celebrate the legalisation of marijuana worldwide.
Los Angeles’ The Delirians want you to know that reggae music has healing powers. Armed with three studio albums and a new single, “Sweet Leaf,” out March 1, the nine-piece band mixes infectious early reggae and roots with Spanish lyrics and a solidly Californian sensibility.
Waves of migrants shipped to London from newly independent British West Indian colonies – the Windrush generation – and to Paris from former French colonies in north and sub-Saharan Africa, were trying to adapt to new lives and make themselves heard. Many did so through music.
Boomtown remains a proudly independent festival that has managed to keep a sense of community and unity despite being one of the fastest growing festivals on the the circuit. Citizens travel from across the globe to experience one of the most diverse line-ups and most groundbreaking theatrical concepts on offer, collectively celebrating underground music in a totally immersive world.
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