Pages tagged with Bob Marley

Bob Marley is the most famous performer of reggae. Born in a small village in Jamaica on February 6, 1945, Marley died nearly 36 years, notes The musician became a fierce opponent of injustice and defender of freedom. On the anniversary of the birthday of this great artist, w...
A side long glance at the kind of mentality of oppression that creates Mental Slavery
The formats for selling music has changed over the years, but the numbers are still counted and awarded. But who is achieving the big numbers?
A short commentary on musical trends in sales - old vs new.
To commemorate the BBC's "Democracy Day", I'm launching a "sprawling novel-like" analysis of mental health provision in the UK and elsewhere. These articles offer a holistic view of my past and on-going interactions with various Norfolk and Barbados-based individuals and organization...
How did the top 12 singers do on "The Voice" this week as they sing for fan votes?
One in a series of articles documenting difficulties I have been experiencing working with England's police to address short and long-term threats to my and others business interests, health and security. I address militant Islamic terrorism and other forms of unlawful violence, espe...
Series of articles that offer a Jamaican view of the island's best resorts and attractions. Thi features the famous Strawberry Hill Hotel run by reggae music mogul Chris Blackwell.
First published on December 31 2013, this is the first instalment of a series of open letters I am writing to Pope Francis. This letter does not mention the attempted murder of a Roman Catholic priest and nun by two Rastafarians on the Caribbean island of St Lucia in 2000. That atta...
Today Marijuana is widely used in a manner which is similar to alcohol. For those that are unfamiliar with the substance or have never experienced taking it I do ask you to keep an open mind while reading this article.
The final in a series about RastafarI dealing with the present period
Happiness can be found in music. If you didn't know, now you know.
Hi a short story about the time i visited nine mile in Jamaica ,were the legend Bob Marley is buried
I will discuss how reggae can be quite enjoyable if given the opportunity.
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