Protestant vibrations? Reggae, Rastafari, and conscious Evangelicals

@article{Rommen2006ProtestantVR,
  title={Protestant vibrations? Reggae, Rastafari, and conscious Evangelicals},
  author={Timothy Rommen},
  journal={Popular Music},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={235 - 263}
}
The globalisation of reggae continues to engender a wide range of highly poignant re-inscriptions and re-interpretations of reggae's sound and of Rastafarian thought. One of the most compelling of these has been the negotiation of Rastafarian and Christian ideologies within the context of Protestant reggae bands and artists. The application of Rastafarian thought, dress and language to the evangelical concerns of Protestants – at times paradoxical, at others ingenious – signals an important… 
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