Dubroom Online - Edition October 16, 2007
"IMITATE TO ERADICATE? (2)" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, October 16 2007 - Smooth, carefully constructed test-tube products, straight out of the musical laboratories of Babylon System: many of such imitations of Reggae and Rastafari have been documented throughout the decades.
They are easily recognizable, though. For it doesn't matter as to whether Reggae Music is programmed or played, in both cases the heart and soul of the producer will be easily identifiable.
Imitators will be obviously not at ease with the open, heartical vibe of Reggae Music and Rastafari. That's the reason why they imitate in the first place, for Reggae Music and Rastafari are major obstacles in the ways of every good Babylonian.
Will they succeed? Of course not.
Give Thanks, One Love,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
MUST HAVE! Various Artists - Trojan Explosion (MP3 Podcast Review)
Various Artists - Cornerstone Hi-Fi Roots Classics Volume 4