Rita Marley Harambe Shanachie US Formato: LP
Various 30 Years Of Jamaican Music On The Go, Vol 1 Trojan
#SharonMarley #JustOneMoreMorning #TekTime Music | Sharon Marley- Just One More Morning [Tek Time Music] Official music video for “Just One More Morning” performed by Sharon Marley in honour of Rita Marley’s 75th earthstrong this year. Starring Sharon Marley and Rita Marley Song produced by Soul Rebel (Tek Time Music) for Tuff Gong International Video directed by Donisha Prendergast Shot by DRE Films All proceeds will benefit the Rita Marley Foundation scholarship program.
Various Reggae Legends – 21 Greatest Hits Of Reggae JA (Jamaica Authentic)
Various Artists People Get Ready Studio One Rita Marley & The Wailers – A Deh Pon Dem Jackie Mittoo – El Bang Bang Albert Tomlinson – Don’t Wait for Me The Minstrels – People Get Ready Lloyd Charmers – Things Is Going Wrong Lee Perry – Do the Push Push Jackie Mittoo – Tropic Island The Termites – I Made a Mistake Marcia Griffiths – Hold Me Tight Owen Grey – Give Me a Little Sign The Three Tops – Man of Many Chances Roy Richards – Summertime The Gaylads – Boogaloo with Me Alton & Hortense Ellis – Easy Squeeze Hortense Ellis – Groovy Kind of Love The Soul Vendors – Last Waltz People Get Ready by The Minstrels
In honor of Women’s History Month, GRAMMY.com highlights some of the foundational women who have shaped the sounds of reggae and dancehall as well as spotlights one artist who is taking one of the genres into the future When many people think of reggae, one name immediately comes to mind: Bob Marley. The legend is just one of many prominent men — including the late Bunny Wailer and Toots Hibbert — whose voice and production work get major credit for shaping the popular Jamaican genre as well as other sounds of the Caribbean. The reality is, women have built much of Jamaica’s musical scene. From the freedom sounds of ska to reggae’s conscious lyrics and grooving downbeat — which originated… Continue reading The Women Essential To Reggae And Dancehall