Friday, December 21, 2007

I Jah Man - I Want To Be Free (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, December 2007 - I Jah Man Levi is best known for his classic "Jah Heavy Load", and his own special place within spiritual Reggae Music.

I Jah Man is known to prefer a quiet life, far away from the rat race called the Music Industry. As a conscious Rastaman, he doesn't care too much about the things Babylon System has to offer him.

However, he wouldn't deny his existence on the planet and knows how much Reggae Music is needed. Performing world-wide for audiences hungry for conscious Reggae Music, I Jah Man brings some upfull vibes to each and everyone.



Originally, this review contained the following paragraph:

I Jah Man is so special, that he's not even listen in books like The Rough Guide To Reggae and an Internet search for Trevor Sutherland will not provide much more either.

The statement printed in bold turned out to be untrue!

An attentive reader of the Dubroom pointed out (see below), that I (Messian Dread) actually made a huge mistake while writing the review: I did not look close enough in the Rough Guide to Reggae as I JAH Man is definitely mentioned in the book.

Mea Culpa, I stand corrected. Thank you!


  1. Your information is incorrect.
    I Jah Man Levi is most certainly listed in the "Rough Guide to Reggae", in fact, his album '
    "Hail I H.I.M." is also cited. Either you have never read the guide correctly or completely overlooked this entry. Were it not for "The Rough Guide to Reggae" I would have never understood in a coprehensive manner the various styles and how they developed.
    Give Thanks,

    Dub Tafari

  2. Thank you, I stand corrected, I overlooked for I do use the Rough Guide often for reviews and thing. It was to me a surprise to not see anything about I Jah Man, and therefore I'm appy to see that indeed he's listed in there.


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