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  • Spring Step Reggae - Women's - Shoes - Blue

  • Get your funk on in the Spring Step ReggAE clog. As richly decorated as it is comfortable, this women's open-back clog has a leather upper accented wi
    Get your funk on in the Spring Step ReggAE clog. As richly decorated as it is comfortable, this women's open-back clog has a leather upper accented with woven lacing and stitching details; elastic goring and a hook-and-loop strap spanning the vamp add flex and enhance the fit. The Spring Step ReggAE clog includes a contoured footbed atop the polyurethane platform midsole of the Spring Step ReggAE mule, which is finished with rubber heel and forefoot inserts to provide dependable grip.
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  • Reggae Salute

  • DVD,Keeling Reggae, ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140705010018813
    DVD,Keeling Reggae, ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140705010018813
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  • Beatles Reggae

  • Reggae Specials, CD,Secret Records, Running Time: 00:35:37 ***Usually Available in 1-2 weeks*** 20140720101627007
    Reggae Specials, CD,Secret Records, Running Time: 00:35:37 ***Usually Available in 1-2 weeks*** 20140720101627007
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  • Reggae Routes: The Story of Jamaican Music

  • Bob Marley's recordings, some twenty years after his death, still enjoy enormous international popularity. For popular music fans in most of the world
    Bob Marley's recordings, some twenty years after his death, still enjoy enormous international popularity. For popular music fans in most of the world, reggae looms so large as to be Jamaica's only music and Marley its consummate musician. In this book, Jamaicans Kevin Chang and Wayne Chen, offer a history of reggae, accounting for its rise and devolution.Jamaican music can be roughly divided into four eras, each with a distinctive beat-ska, rocksteady, reggae, and dancehall. Ska dates from about 1960 to mid-1966 and rocksteady from 1966 to 1968, while from 1969 to 1983 reggae was the popular beat. The reggae era had two phases, "early reggae" up to 1974 and "roots reggae" up to 1983. Since 1983 dancehall has been the prevalent sound.The authors describe each stage in the development of the music, identifying the most popular songs and artists, highlighting the significant social, political, and economic issues as they affected the musical scene. While they write from a Jamaican perspective, the intended audience is "any person, local or foreign, interested in an intelligent discussion of reggae music and Jamaica". Featuring some four hundred illustrations that range from album covers and posters to rare photos, Reggae Routes profiles the innumerable artists, producers, and recordings that secured an international audience for Jamaican music.
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  • Bob Marley and the Golden Age of Reggae

  • "’Reggae got soul,’ Toots Hibbert sang in one of his best-known songs, andKim Gottlieb-Walker's remarkable photographs coax that soul out
    "’Reggae got soul,’ Toots Hibbert sang in one of his best-known songs, andKim Gottlieb-Walker's remarkable photographs coax that soul out of shadow and light. Her images from Jamaica capture the rough environment that shaped and challenged these artists, and the unquenchable joy that filled their music. They're the next-best thing to listening.” — Richard CromelinDuring 1975 and 1976, renowned underground photo-journalist Kim Gottlieb,and her husband, Island publicity head Jeff Walker, documented what is now widely recognized as the Golden Age of reggae. Over two years of historic trips to Jamaica and exclusive meetings in Los Angeles, Kim took iconic photographs of the artists who would go on to define the genre and captivate a generation. Bob Marley and the Golden Age of Reggae features candid and intimate photographs of all of the musicians, artists and producers who brought the reggae sound to the international stage, including Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer,Toots Hibbert, Burning Spear, Jacob Miller, Third World, Lee “Scratch” Perry and, of course, Bob Marley. Kim’s photographs include never-before-seen performance shots, candid behind-the-scenes footage of Bob’s home inJamaica, and exclusive records of key moments in reggae history, such asBob’s first US television appearance, the historical Dream Concert withStevie Wonder in Jamaica, and Bob meeting George Harrison backstage at theRoxy in 1975.Acclaimed rock journalist an
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  • Reggae Kids [Karaoke Sing-A-Long Version]

  • Reggae Randy, CD,Essential Media Afw, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140719010020643
    Reggae Randy, CD,Essential Media Afw, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140719010020643
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  • Reggae Bass

  • (Bass Builders). The complete guide to reggae and Jamaican bass styles, covering early ska, rock steady, roots reggae, dub, modern ska, dance hall, an
    (Bass Builders). The complete guide to reggae and Jamaican bass styles, covering early ska, rock steady, roots reggae, dub, modern ska, dance hall, and more. The book includes performance tips and lessons, authentic grooves and riddims, standard notation & tab, and more. The CD features 47 full-demo tracks.
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  • The Hidden Agenda of Reggae Music

  • The Hidden Agenda Of Reggae Music will highlight and reveal the deep dark secretes of Reggae music. The imminent revolution of Reggae music in Canada
    The Hidden Agenda Of Reggae Music will highlight and reveal the deep dark secretes of Reggae music. The imminent revolution of Reggae music in Canada and the world at large. The wide spectrum of talents Canada poses in this art form. The good and evil that surrounds this music,The direction in which Reggae music is heading in this twenty first centre, the bead of hypocrites Reggae is sleeping with and those unscrupulous scoundrels who are prostituting Reggae music.
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  • Reggae Routes PB

  • Bob Marley's recordings, some twenty years after his death, still enjoy enormous international popularity. For popular music fans in most of the world
    Bob Marley's recordings, some twenty years after his death, still enjoy enormous international popularity. For popular music fans in most of the world, reggae looms so large as to be Jamaica's only music and Marley its consummate musician. In this book, Jamaicans Kevin Chang and Wayne Chen, offer a history of reggae, accounting for its rise and devolution.Jamaican music can be roughly divided into four eras, each with a distinctive beat-ska, rocksteady, reggae, and dancehall. Ska dates from about 1960 to mid-1966 and rocksteady from 1966 to 1968, while from 1969 to 1983 reggae was the popular beat. The reggae era had two phases, "early reggae" up to 1974 and "roots reggae" up to 1983. Since 1983 dancehall has been the prevalent sound.The authors describe each stage in the development of the music, identifying the most popular songs and artists, highlighting the significant social, political, and economic issues as they affected the musical scene. While they write from a Jamaican perspective, the intended audience is "any person, local or foreign, interested in an intelligent discussion of reggae music and Jamaica". Featuring some four hundred illustrations that range from album covers and posters to rare photos, Reggae Routes profiles the innumerable artists, producers, and recordings that secured an international audience for Jamaican music.
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  • Reggae Scrapbook

  • Guiding us on this colorful book-length journey is one of the men who introduced reggae to America and helped rock the world with its syncopated beat,
    Guiding us on this colorful book-length journey is one of the men who introduced reggae to America and helped rock the world with its syncopated beat, Roger Steffens. Through lectures, books, magazine articles, radio, and television, Steffens has shared his knowledge of reggae from coast to coast. He is the world’s premier archivist and collector of reggae memorabilia, and brings the best of his in-depth interviews with such reggae legends as Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, and "Toots” Hibbert to this unique scrapbook.Covering topics such as "Roots and Ska,” "Rock Steady,” "The Golden Age,” "Rockers, Digital and Dance Hall,” and "Internationalization,” and supplemented with sidebar features on historic figures, styles, and events, The Reggae Scrapbook demonstrates the bold statement made by the rise of this irresistible musical and social force. Already the book is gaining powerful critical comment - "Rich in political, religious and herbaceous context, this lively package is primer for the uninitiated and treasure trove for the fan," raved the San Francisco Chronicle.
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  • Wilton Armetale Reggae Cheese Board

  • With a pattern inspired by the popular music of Jamaica, the Reggae cheese cutting board from Wilton Armetale serveware combines sleek metal with fun,
    Wilton Armetale Reggae Cheese Board Home - Dining & Entertaining Tableware & Drinkware - Serveware
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  • Reggae Kids

  • Reggae Randy, CD,Essential Media Afw, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140522010021863
    Reggae Randy, CD,Essential Media Afw, Running Time: 00:00:00 ***Usually ships within 24 hours*** 20140522010021863
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  • Reggae and Caribbean Music: Third Ear: The Essential Listening Companion

  • Reggae and Caribbean music are among the most popular genres of world music but also the least documented. This book provides a complete overview of t
    Reggae and Caribbean music are among the most popular genres of world music but also the least documented. This book provides a complete overview of the sounds of the entire English-speaking Caribbean region, past and present, from the Bahamas to Trinidad, Jamaica to Guyana. Informative essays describe the history and development of diverse music styles — chutney, calypso, soca, rapso, ringbang, and more — while entertaining biographies portray the lives and careers of 150 leading performers. Recordings that illustrate each artist’s or group’s unique sound and musical impact are reviewed and rated. This comprehensive guide even lists 5,000 West Indian singles released between 1957 and 1972, with reviews, recording details, and anecdotal material. Featured artists include Bob Marley, Lord Kitchener, Mighty Sparrow, Buju Banton, Prince Buster, Arrow, Brother Resistance, and dozens more.
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  • Wilton Armetale Reggae Large Round Tray

  • With a pattern inspired by the popular music of Jamaica, the large Reggae tray from Wilton Armetale's collection of serveware and serving dishes combi
    Wilton Armetale Reggae Large Round Tray Home - Dining & Entertaining Tableware & Drinkware - Serveware
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