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#1 Feb 09, 2017 8:59 pm

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One Love Peace Concert - legendary!

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When you look back on those seminal reggae shows of the seventies like the Peace Concert and Reggae Sunsplash and compare them to their modern-day equivalents, you have the essence of Jamaica’s trajectory over the past few decades. The seventies may have been a violent time, but at least there was a belief, perhaps misguided but still comforting, that things were getting better. Music reflected that vibe; just listen to old school lyrics. Fast forward and what had Jamaican music become? Reggae to ragga, peace to war, ganja to cocaine.

That’s what happened to Jamaica.

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#2 Feb 10, 2017 8:37 am

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Marley, Tosh, Cliff, Robbie and Dunbar, must be wondering wha the hell happen to their beloved music. Is like the younger generation High Jack their music.  But you know what it is working.

Ah mean when ah look at The local Dance Hall on line ah does Bawl, But ah love looking at those almost Nude Jamaicans, forcing to WHINE.

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#3 Feb 14, 2017 7:03 pm

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Slice wrote:

Marley, Tosh, Cliff, Robbie and Dunbar, must be wondering wha the hell happen to their beloved music. Is like the younger generation High Jack their music.  But you know what it is working.

Ah mean when ah look at The local Dance Hall on line ah does Bawl, But ah love looking at those almost Nude Jamaicans, forcing to WHINE.


Bob must be turning in hos mausoleum.

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