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KoToNTeeJ Music

The Wailing Souls, sweet roots Reggae…

Enregistré en tant que single en 1971, « Mr Fire Coal Man » est ensuite intégré à la sortie du 1er album des Wailing Souls en 1975.

Consistently active since 1968, the Wailing Souls are the consummate roots reggae band, evolving into a more and more foundational force as the years went on. The Wailing Souls grew alongside Jamaican music, beginning with the rise of ska in the early ’60s, standing alongside peers like the Wailers in the ’70s and ’80s heyday of reggae, and continuing to be an immensely popular live act through various changes of the face of reggae culture. They continued to record and perform into new generations, still exploring new approaches to roots reggae on albums like 2020’s Back a Yard.

Biography by Jo-Ann Greene

Et comme on connait le lien fort entre le Punk et le Reggae (cf. Bob Marley), voici une reprise par le groupe nord-irlandais Stiff Little Fingers.

Cover by Stiff Little Fingers
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Music Education

Keep calm & put a record on!

If you’re tired, bored, and just need to relax, check the tags below or just browse the posts. Anyway, keep calm!

There’s a lot of music on this blog, as it is a large part on my life, mainly Jazz and African Music.

"Found it" - record - keep calm
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Have a nice evening!

See also: Keep calm and listen to Jazz!

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CybearSonic

Marley – Documentary (2012)

Bob Marley’s universal appeal, impact on music history and role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled. The definitive life story of the musician, revolutionary, and legend, from his early days to his rise to international super-stardom. Made with the support of the Marley family, there is rare footage, incredible performances and revelatory interviews with the people that knew him best.

Written by Magnolia Pictures

Marley – Trailer

A documentary (144 min) on the life, music, and legacy of Bob Marley.

Full documentary

Soundtrack

bob marley - legend

OST on African Music Forum