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Bob Marley's Redemption Song in Conversation with de Gruchy's Olive Agenda

  title={Bob Marley's Redemption Song in Conversation with de Gruchy's Olive Agenda},
  author={Roderick R. Hewitt},
Bob Marley and Steve de Gruchy are presented as two prophets of social change that belonged to two different eras and social locations, who lived their lives in the fast lane and died in the prime of their lives and career development. Through their common love for living life to the fullest their common love for the creative art of reggae music empowered them to create a hermeneutical frame-work through which their God-talk narrated a fundamental connectivity of self, others, and the past… 



Reggae Wisdom: Proverbs in Jamaican Music

Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, the Itals, the Ethiopians-they all dropped dazzling proverbs into their best known reggae tunes. "What come bad in the morning, can't come good in the evening."

Noises in the Blood: Orality, Gender, and the"Vulgar" Body of Jamaican Popular Culture

The language of Jamaican popular culture--its folklore, idioms, music, poetry, song--even when written is based on a tradition of sound, an orality that has often been denigrated as not worthy of

Chanting Down Babylon: The Rastafari Reader

Introduction to Rastafarian Phenomenon, N. Samuel Murrell. Part 1 Ideology and the Cultural Context: Dread "I" In a Babylon - Ideological Resistance and Cultural Revitalization, Ennis B. Edmonds

Reggae Wisdom: Proverbs in Jamaican Music

Prahlad, Sw. Anand. 2001. Reggae Wisdom: Proverbs in Jamaican Music. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. $50.00 hc. $22.00 sc. xxiv + 302 pp.Nearly all studies of reggae music and its

:From Garvey to Marley: Rastafari Theology

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Songs of Freedom: The Music of Bob Marley as Transform

  • 2005

Marcus Garvey, Message to the People, The Course of African Philosophy

  • Dover, Massachusetts: The Majority Press.
  • 1986