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The Almighty One - Various - Dms.Fm Presents Tafari Music (CD)


Download The Almighty One - Various - Dms.Fm Presents Tafari Music (CD)

Label: Dms.Fm - DMS11-10539 • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Dancehall, Dub, Ragga, Reggae, Roots Reggae


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9 Responses

  1. Mazugrel says:
    The True Head is the Almighty, and Fear of Him is the beginning of Wisdom. Ras is a word for Wisdom and for Head, Tafari means in Amharic, Fear or Reverence. Give thanks and Praise to the Almighty One, Egziabher, Qedamawi First, Haile Selassie I, The Conquering Lion of Judah. Music likewise, the message and substance is becoming more.
  2. Akinojin says:
    Jun 06,  · Ray Hurford is an author and musician. In the late 70's he started one of the stellar reggae magazines, Small Axe. Later on, often working with Tero Kaski of Finnish Black Star, followed books such as More Axe and Small Axe Guides. For his music projects issued on cd he works under the name of The Small Axe People.
  3. Brat says:
    Studio One Disco Mix --Soul Jazz Records ‎– SJR CD Slow bouncy, spacey, laid back and sometimes epic Classic era Reggae rhythms and songs from late 's/early 's, with Soul, Funk and Disco influences, in a good deneerbemetmucy.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co always extended verions but always with the extra syndrums (used very subtly), and sounds that this period of Studio One releases had, moving into the Dancehall 5/5(5).
  4. Vishicage says:
    This album presents an overview of this exciting & ground-breaking decade of the s at Studio One, during an era where Dodd was able to maintain his position as the pioneering leader in reggae music & to maintain Studio One as the number one sound in reggae music.
  5. Zulugami says:
    - Almighty Dub / Zion Rock Dub (Boom-Shacka-Lacka Dubplate 10") - Come Together & Unite: Christine Miller / Selassie I Vision: Ras Mac Bean (Backyard Movements 10") - Bush Ganja; Gregory Isaacs / Love Is The Key; Kenny Knots (mixed by Russ D.) ~ Inner Sanctuary 10".
  6. Maule says:
    Tokyo based reggae music store with 30,+ items in stock. Vinyl 7inch, 10inch, 12inch, LP, CD, DVD and more. Mail order service worldwide!
  7. Vinos says:
    Feb 18,  · Micah Shemaiah’s “Roots I Vision” is a superb album, recorded with the use of various vintage live instruments, such as Simmons drums, synthesizer, and snare, with the intention to create a sound strongly reminiscent of the s, one that builds a vibe familiar to that of the greats of that era like Sly & Robbie, Black Uhuru or Gregory.
  8. Meztizilkree says:
    Finders Keepers issue these early works from capture a rare glimpse of one of the world’s most important electronic music figures embarking on the early throes of a fruitful career as a film composer and sound designer with this rare and previously unheard documentary music illustrating the .
  9. Akizahn says:
    The first great wave of dancehall from Studio One – which also marks the late wave of Jamaican innovation before the label's move to New York in the 80s! The music here is often build upon structures forged in earlier Studio One recordings – but updated with a dubbier late 70s vibe, and sometimes infused with a sense of politics that reflects the growing hardship in Jamaica, and the heady.

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