Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Reggae Outernational (3) (Webmaster Column)

Dubroom Online - Edition December 5, 2007


WWW, December 5 2007 - In a tune called "Across The Border", vocalist Freddy Mc Gregor sings about the development of Reggae Music. He describes how everything started in Jamaica, then went across the border and has now gone world-wide.

Gone to Canada, for example. It was there, that the video reviewed for today's edition of Dubroom Online was shot entirely.

We see Willy Williams and Jackie Mittoo as they play some crucial material into the multi-track recorder of the first Canadian Reggae Studio.

In the 1970's, that is!

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

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