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Caribbean Currents

Caribbean Currents Author Peter Manuel
ISBN-10 1592134645
Release 2012-06-20
Pages 288
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The classic introduction to the Caribbean's popular music brought up to date.



Reggae Caribbean Music

Reggae   Caribbean Music Author Dave Thompson
ISBN-10 0879306556
Release 2002
Pages 532
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Provides a complete historic overview of the sounds of the entire English-speaking Caribbean region, bringing together informative essays on the development of a range of music styles and the industry's top performers. Original.



Reggae Caribbean Music

Reggae   Caribbean Music Author Dave Thompson
ISBN-10 0879306556
Release 2002
Pages 532
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Provides a complete historic overview of the sounds of the entire English-speaking Caribbean region, bringing together informative essays on the development of a range of music styles and the industry's top performers. Original.



Caribbean Popular Music

Caribbean Popular Music Author David Vlado Moskowitz
ISBN-10 0313331588
Release 2006
Pages 345
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Explore the singers, songwriters, history, culture, and even fashions of reggae and Caribbean music in this extensive A-Z encyclopedia appropriate for college and high school students as well as anyone who loves reggae music.



Cut n Mix

Cut  n  Mix Author Dick Hebdige
ISBN-10 9781134931040
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 180
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First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Reggae Routes

Reggae Routes Author Kevin O'Brien Chang
ISBN-10 1566396298
Release 1998
Pages 246
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Looks at the history of Reggae music and traces its development in Jamaica



Culture the Cutting Edge

Culture   the Cutting Edge Author Curwen Best
ISBN-10 9766401241
Release 2004
Pages 259
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Looks at the staus of such traditional Caribbean music styles as gospel and calypso, explores the arrival of new musical styles in the Eastern Caribbean, and discusses electronic music and Caribbean music videos.



Jamaican Warriors

Jamaican Warriors Author Stephen Foehr
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105025216396
Release 2000
Pages 239
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Travel writer and historian Stephen Foehr examines the historical, cultural and political influences that helped an island of two million people create the international music phenomenon of reggae and its associated forms. Photos.



Dub

Dub Author Michael Veal
ISBN-10 9780819574428
Release 2013-08-15
Pages 352
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Winner of the ARSC’s Award for Best Research (History) in Folk, Ethnic, or World Music (2008) When Jamaican recording engineers Osbourne “King Tubby” Ruddock, Errol Thompson, and Lee “Scratch” Perry began crafting “dub” music in the early 1970s, they were initiating a musical revolution that continues to have worldwide influence. Dub is a sub-genre of Jamaican reggae that flourished during reggae’s “golden age” of the late 1960s through the early 1980s. Dub involves remixing existing recordings—electronically improvising sound effects and altering vocal tracks—to create its unique sound. Just as hip-hop turned phonograph turntables into musical instruments, dub turned the mixing and sound processing technologies of the recording studio into instruments of composition and real-time improvisation. In addition to chronicling dub’s development and offering the first thorough analysis of the music itself, author Michael Veal examines dub’s social significance in Jamaican culture. He further explores the “dub revolution” that has crossed musical and cultural boundaries for over thirty years, influencing a wide variety of musical genres around the globe. Ebook Edition Note: Seven of the 25 illustrations have been redacted.



World Music Latin and North America Caribbean India Asia and Pacific

World Music  Latin and North America  Caribbean  India  Asia and Pacific Author Simon Broughton
ISBN-10 1858286360
Release 2000
Pages 720
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Divided by region and subregion, this volume examines the indigenous music of different countries, its current status, major performers, and special instruments.



Time and memory in reggae music

Time and memory in reggae music Author Sarah Daynes
ISBN-10 9781847792877
Release 2016-05-16
Pages 296
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On the basis of a body of reggae songs from the 1970s and late 1990s, this book offers a sociological analysis of memory, hope and redemption in reggae music. From Dennis Brown to Sizzla, the way in which reggae music constructs a musical, religious and socio-political memory in rupture with dominant models is vividly illustrated by the lyrics themselves. How is the past remembered in the present? How does remembering the past allow for imagining the future? How does collective memory participate in the historical grounding of collective identity? What is the relationship between tradition and revolution, between the recollection of the past and the imagination of the future, between passivity and action? Ultimately, this case study of 'memory at work' opens up a theoretical problem: the conceptualization of time and its relationship with memory.



The Ultimate Guide to Great Reggae

The Ultimate Guide to Great Reggae Author Michael Garnice
ISBN-10 1781790957
Release 2015-04-30
Pages 614
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The Ultimate Guide to Great Reggae celebrates (and helps you find) the greatest songs of reggae. It focuses on every style of reggae, from mento to Jamaican R&B, ska, rock steady, dub, DJ roots, dancehall and more. It opens with an exceptionally comprehensive brief history of reggae. This is followed by 52 chapters, each devoted to in-depth descriptions of the greatest songs for a particular artist or style. Over 750 great songs are detailed, and many more are discussed. More than 200 of reggae's stars, cult artists, one-hit wonders and forgotten greats are profiled, encompassing the music's full six decade span. Many of the songs and artists receive their overdue first coverage in print. The seven chapters on Bob Marley describe every one of his more than 600 recordings, his 200 best songs receiving detailed profiles. Well written, insightful and engaging, The Ultimate Guide to Great Reggae is more than an invaluable buyer's guide and more than a comprehensive history. It's a love letter to reggae that's joy to read. It's the one essential book for any reggae fan, and is interesting and accessible for anyone who enjoys reading about music.



This is Reggae Music

This is Reggae Music Author Lloyd Bradley
ISBN-10 0802138284
Release 2001
Pages 572
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A history of Jamaica's contribution to world culture--reggae--traces the history of the form from African rhythms to the slums of Kingston and the international recording industry.



Caribbean Music Genres

Caribbean Music Genres Author Source Wikipedia
ISBN-10 1158193114
Release 2010-06
Pages 442
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 134. Chapters: Calypso, Cuban styles of music, Jamaican styles of music, Puerto Rican styles of music, Reggae, Salsa music, Soca music, Ragga, Deejaying, Riddim, Calypso music, Timba, Reggaeton, Early Cuban bands, Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, Dub music, Dominican salsa, Conga, Trova, La Palabra, MioSotis, List of calypso-like genres, Reggae fusion, Danz n, Roger Steffens, Mighty Sparrow, Reggae en Espa ol, International Soca Monarch, Samba reggae, Guaracha, Bolero, Tempo Latino, Compass Point All Stars, Rocksteady, Habanera, Latin jazz, Tropical Songs, Jonkonnu parades, Kumina, Cuban Rumba, Nueva trova, El-A-Kru, Caribbean Carnival, Locomondo, Cuban jazz, Alternative-reggaeton, Jamaican folk music, Carnival Road March, Tite Curet Alonso, Danza, Latin Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album, Sound system, Lord Kitchener, Marco Rizo, Salsa rom ntica, Manuel Saumell, Salsa congress, Punto guajiro, The Harder They Come, Bomba, Dub poetry, Lord Mouse and the Kalypso Katz, Black Ark Studios, Tempo Networks, Dubplate, Cuban rock, Dance Hall, Blue Beat Records, Black Echoes, Guajira, Dimensi n Latina, Paila criolla, Salsaton, Junko Kud?, 2 Tone, Cubaton, Son montuno, Mozambique, Sound clash, Cadence-lypso, Rockers, Preg n, Flagz Radio, Sleng Teng, Pepe S nchez, Charanga, Calypso Now, Fil n, Chang, Canci n, Singjay, Baithak Gana, Orquesta t pica, Romantikeo, Lord Beginner, Yuka, Guaguanc, Jonkanoo, Grammy Award for Best Salsa/Merengue Album, Smile Jamaica Concert, Calypso de El Callao, Ska stroke, Cyril Blake, African reggae, Cubismo, Malianteo, Tonadilla, Songo music, Calypso War, Channel One Studios, Ice Records, Pacific reggae, Kaiso, UK International Salsa Congress, One drop rhythm, 100th Anniversary, Shanto, Jw, Comparsa, Calypso-style baila, Songo-salsa, Quimbe, Vallenato-salsa, Calypso Mama, Pil n, Costa Rican calypso, Ringban...



Solid Foundation

Solid Foundation Author David Katz
ISBN-10 9781908279309
Release 2012-12-01
Pages 446
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(Book). Solid Foundation is the definitive history of Jamaican reggae, from the earliest pioneers of the 1940s to the new stars of the 21st century. Drawing on more than 300 first-hand interviews, this landmark book tells the fascinating story of some of the most compelling characters in popular music. It features a diverse range of reggae pioneers, such as the Skatalites, the Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, and Lee "Scratch" Perry, dub legends such as Augustus Pablo, Prince Jammy, and Scientist, as well as dancehall giants like Elephant Man, Beenie Man, and Buju Banton. It details the entire evolution of Jamaican popular music, including ska, rock steady, roots reggae, dub, dancehall, ragga, and more. First published in 2004, Solid Foundation was widely praised as "a cracking read" and "a necessary work." This fully revised and updated edition brings the story into the 21st century with new chapters on the key performers of recent times and extensive additions throughout.



Reggae Explosion

Reggae Explosion Author Chris Salewicz
ISBN-10 0810981696
Release 2002-10-09
Pages 224
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The team of writer Chris Salewicz and photographer Adrian Boot have brought together 50,000 words of text and over 400 images from the ReggaeXplosion Archive to create a history that contains a potent cocktail of drama, turbulence, pride and protest. From the earliest emergence in the 1950s of the fiercely competitive sound systems, fighting sonic battles in downtown Kingston, the story of Jamaican music is traced through ska, the birth of reggae, dub, roots reggae and the impact of Bob Marley to the new, harder-edged developments that have emerged in the last twenty years, including dancehall, ragga and jungle. Unpublished transcripts of interviews with key figures like Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Prince Buster introduce the authentic voices of reggae history to the book - which blends researched facts, graphics and rare images to create not only a sense of the pulse of the music, but also the contrasts of poverty, humour, desperation and joie de vivre that typify both the island of Jamaica and its music.



The Passion of Reggae and African Music

The Passion of Reggae and African Music Author Joel Savage
ISBN-10 1621373487
Release 2013-09
Pages 154
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Drumming and dancing have been part of Africa's culture for ages as ceremonial activities initiated by the ancestors to appease the gods. Unwillingly stolen away from Africa to the Caribbean, African music and rhythm finds its way to these islands in the form of reggae music. Since then, reggae has acted like a magnet, creating a huge impact on the global music scene. This type of music, which carries a prophetic message and spiritual lyrics, continues to influence musical genres, cultures, and societies throughout the world, contributing to the development of new counterculture movements in Europe, America, and Africa. "Reggae in the bathroom, Reggae in the bedroom, Reggae everywhere, Reggae in jail, Reggae in church, everybody likes it," sings Lucky Dube. In this book the writer speaks to some of the masters behind contemporary reggae and African music. The influence and impact of these great musicians is internationally known and is recounted with warm, sincere, and unrivalled craftsmanship that distinguishes them in the music world. Read the live performances and interviews of: Anthony B, Joseph Hill-Culture, Gregory Isaacs, U-Roy, Capleton, Julian Marley, Prince Malachi, Luciano, Lucky Dube, Julian Murvin, Andrew Tosh, ASWAD, Live Wyya, Seun Kuti, Femi Kuti, Faytinga, Manu Dibango, and Tutu Puoane. This beautifully illustrated, color photo book is one of the most fascinating and interesting works ever written about reggae and African music.