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Old 08-02-2001, 12:48 AM   #1
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Reggae music?

Hi there. The reason that I am writing this is to see, what do you all think of reggae music? Personally I love stuff like Bob and Ziggy Marley, but alot of the newer, harder stuff I dont really like. What are some reggae artists you can recommend to me, who have a style similar to the Marley's? Thanks.

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Old 08-02-2001, 04:01 AM   #2
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I personally like Peter Tosh, he used to play with the original Wailers. Here´s a link:

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I really like Bob Marley, but appart that, I don't know much of that kind of music.... some local bands play it though.. very popular.

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Hurray for reggae man!!!!!

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LOL Maddie!

I like Reggae music... I really used to be into Bob Marley, Steel Pulse and Lucky Dube.

But U2 just seemed to override all that.

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Old 08-03-2001, 02:11 AM   #6
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hi Mikesimus, Have you seen the "Classic Album" series? As well as Joshua Tree, they covered one of Marley's album's. Fascinating.The development of his carrer was interesting, but the biggest impression I recall is from Bob's Rastafarian priest/guru/ advisor(nor sure of correct title). He was the most amazing looking human.
I have Marley and Tosh albums, but have never explored beyond that. The local resident band in my senior year of high school was a reggae band,Big Mozzie, had lots of fun dancing to them
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most albums produced by the legendary Lee 'Scratch' Perry are definately worth listening to

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Salome, are they linked to the 'Scratch Perverts'?????????

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