Sunday, December 2, 2007

Burning Spear - Slavery Days (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, November 2007 - Just like he did with his classic track "Marcus Garvey", Burning Spear takes his band into the Dutch studio and plays some crucial semi-live vibes into the multi-track recorder and video camera.

Winston Rodney is second to Bob Marley when it comes to his historical conquest of the western world with massive live performances that would appeal to the band-oriented audiences of Europe and America.

He started as part of the vocal harmony group Burning Spear, but quickly went on for a solo carrier under the same name. Together with his "Burning Band", Winston Rodney still is a living legend when it comes to his performances and recordings.

An interesting combination of a live performance and a studio recording can be seen in this professionally video-taped session in which Burning Spear delivers a few of his best tracks together with his crucial band.



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