Saturday, November 3, 2007

Reggae and Religion (2) (Webmaster's Column)

Dubroom Online - Edition November 3, 2007


WWW, November 2 2007 - When you go to a Reggae Dance, it is not unusual to hear the MC giving thanks and praises to the Most High Jah.

When you check interviews, it is not unusual to hear artists saying how Reggae Music really is JAH Music.

In this spiritually open musical environment, it is obvious that some of the most heartical works of art can be found in Reggae Music.

Works you will never be able to find when you check out those musical forms which are carefully created in the laboratories of the Musical Industrial Complex.

Give Thanks, One Love,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

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