Wednesday, April 9, 2008


Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, April 2008 - Meet Winston "Burning Spear" Rodney during the first decade of his carrier, back in Jamaica during the 1970's. Don't miss out seeing him chanting to JAH "a-capella" style!

And that's just the start of a mini-documentary on the man who made a more militant form of Reggae popular to an audience that would not really be moved by Bob Marley and the Wailers.

We're taken to the Marcus Garvey Cultural Center that was founded by Winston Rodney, and under the tones of "Foggy Road" treated to a number of sights and sounds from that center.

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