Exclusive! “MARLEY” (2012) Opening Sequence


If you haven’t seen it yet, well, it’s all your fault.  If you are a fan, the movie was released on Facebook, Itunes, On-Demand, and in theaters, so there really is no excuse. While you’re here, take a look at the enthralling… Continue Reading


Talk Of The Nation Podcast: Bob Marley


I have included the podcast from NPR’s Talk Of The Nation marking Bob Marley’s 60th birthday.  The podcast includes a lively discussion about Bob’s impact on popular music and the world. “His music came to symbolize a religion, an entire… Continue Reading


SOJA: In The Heart Of Babylon


Please check out my new article on Washington, DC’s own SOJA at World-A-Reggae.  I’ve been a big fan and supporter of this crew for over 10 years as they are my hometown collective.  Seen too many shows to count, including… Continue Reading


Bunny Striker Lee Heavy Dread Mix (Forward The Bass Radio Show)


Bunny “Striker” Lee was instrumental in producing early dub music, working with his friend and dub pioneer King Tubby in the early 1970s. Lee and Tubby were experimenting with new production techniques, which they called “implements of sound.”Working with equipment… Continue Reading


Exodus: An Historical Perspective


Reggae’s most transcendent and iconic figure, Bob Marley was the first Jamaican artist to achieve international superstardom, in the process introducing the music of his native island nation to the far-flung corners of the globe. Marley’s music gave voice to… Continue Reading


Bob Marley: Divide and Rule


Bob Marley: Divide & Rule Colin Grant is the author of I and I The Natural Mystics: Marley, Tosh and Wailer. Over one dramatic decade, a trio of Trenchtown R&B crooners, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Bob Marley, swapped their 1960s Brylcreem… Continue Reading


Bob Marley and the Wailers “Concrete Jungle” (Unreleased Lazy Version)


This “Concrete Jungle” remix by The Upsetter is pure fire!  I was so impressed I had to share it. (Just to clarify, this is a fan remix, not a remix from the early seventies). “Concrete Jungle” Unreleased Lazy Version ©… Continue Reading