|Friday, March 20, 2009
Volume 6 Issue 12
SOUL REBEL: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF BOB MARLEY
OVER 200 NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN IMAGES OF BOB MARLEY TAKEN BY ACCLAIMED PHOTOJOURNALIST, DAVID BURNETT PUBLISHED IN: SOUL REBEL: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF BOB MARLEY|
captures the haunting Misty Mornings of the Isle of Springs, and the
private Jamming and cloudy studio wizardry of its musical magicians. We
see intimate portraits of Burning Spear; the Bush Doctor, Peter Tosh;
the irrepressible producers Jack Ruby and Lee 'Scratch' Perry; and most impressively, the Prophet Bob Marley, deep in thought and serious as a heart attack, in the process of creating and sharing his immortal Redemption Songs."
—Roger Steffens, Chairman, Reggae Grammy Committee; founder, The Beat magazine; author of Reggae Scrapbook
For any reggae lover, music history buff, or Bob Marley admirer, Soul
Rebel presents a unique view into Marley’s life just a few years before
his death from cancer in 1981. Burnett, who has gained
behind-the-scenes access to Presidents and celebrities throughout the
world, remembers Bob Marley’s warmth and generosity. “I was a stranger
covering him for an international news publication. Marley was especially hospitable and very forthcoming. We sat for a couple of hours speaking about everything
from politics, to music, and the whole scene in Jamaica, and why it
would give birth to a movement like reggae. His suspicion of
politicians kind of mirrored by own, though his view was colored by the
hard times he'd known growing up in Trenchtown. In a way, that is the beauty of his music, that from such harsh beginnings came such spiritual understanding and musical poetry.”
To celebrate the genius of Bob Marley on what would have been his 64th birthday, beginning February 6, 2009, and continuing through March 28, 2009, Govinda Gallery in Washington DC will present an exhibit of Burnett’s Marley images
curated by Soul Rebel editor Chris Murray. Original limited edition
prints of David Burnett’s photographs are available to collectors
through the gallery.
SOUL REBEL: An Intimate Portrait of Bob Marley
By: David Burnett
Hardcover, $39.95 ($45.00 CAN )
160 pages, 9¼”x 12¾”
Over 200 black-and-white photographs
Publication date: February 6, 2009
Distributed by Publishers Group West
For a review copy, images, or further information contact: Eileen Duhné: 415.526.1375/ email@example.com
To schedule an interview with David Burnett, contact:
Cathy Saypol firstname.lastname@example.org or
Johanna Ramos-Boyer, 703.646.5137/Johanna@jrbcomm.com
For image licensing information, contact Jeffrey Smith, email@example.com
For Govinda Gallery: contact Chris Murray Tel: 202 333 1180 firstname.lastname@example.org
REGGAE FESTIVAL GUIDE MAGAZINE CELEBRATES ITS 15TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE!
This is our annual, not-to-be-missed magazine with 100,000 copies distributed for FREE throughout the U.S. and Canada.
It is read and re-read by festival promoters, talent buyers, musicians, record executives, radio programmers and fans that treasure and keep their copy throughout the year. We've proven we're successful and we can help you be successful too! Advertisers get results!The 2009 edition will also be a Digital Edition and hosted right on our website (http://www.reggaefestivalguide.com) It Will Be Seen Around the Globe at no Additional Cost To Advertiser! Yes, customers around the globe can read the entire magazine online for free by simply clicking through page by page on our Digital Edition. It will be hosted on our website and heavily marketed around the globe.
This increases our circulation without using up precious natural resources or costing you more money!For a small fee, you can have your magazine ad hyperlinked in the Digital Edition. Online readers can click on your ad and go directly to your website
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REMEMBERING MIKEY DREAD
It seems surreal that it has been 1 year since Mikey's passing. |
For life everlasting I will always consider Mikey as - My Boss, My Brother, My Friend, and My Teacher - Mikey accomplished so much in the Entertainment Arena;his shoes would be very hard to fill. I would hope that all the training and directions he afforded me over the years. I could give back to him the success he so deserved. By being the best I can be in following his directions in Reggae.
With that said: myself "Queen Mushiya" of Reggae Solutions Radio (Dallas) and Carmelita Harris of " Irie Vision Worldbeat TV" (San Francisco). Tune our love and respect to our Mentor Mikey Dread -The memory.
Our Pledge to the fans is to keep his memory alive and work hard to continue the work he poured his all into to the end; his undeniable dedication to Reggae.
Mikey continues to be The Dread who remains in control". Through, Radio, T.V and Print. It's amazing that one man - who was a Superb International performer on a Global scale. A producer, A radio personality and television host etc. Took the time to develop myself in radio and print and Carmelita in TV. It was our honor when Mikey referred to us as his "Angels". We are and will continue to give honor to the man who meant so much to us.
Mikey Dread - THE one and only, true DREAD AT THE CONTROLS- Our Love stands!!!! through Eternity
P.O. Box 600542
Dallas, Texas 75360-0542
CHEF MAYRA'S - MEAT SUBSTITUTES
This is the third in a three-part series about my favorite subject: Meat Substitutes!|
The Eguide’s are all archived from a link on http://www.reggaefestivalguide.com/rfg_eguide/archives.shtml so be sure to check back there to read the first two parts of this series.
Now let's discuss other protein sources for us veggies:
Here are other ideas:
o Mushrooms: easily replaces beef in spaghetti sauces
o Rice: prepared with taco seasonings, it works well in tacos
o Cheese. Can use soy cheese of yeast flakes as alternatives to dairy cheese. Soy Free Faux Meat Replacements
Here are some ideas and links for soy-free meat replacements. Also look into trying some fun Marinated, Sautéed, or Fried Mushrooms * good sautéed Portabella Mushroom-steaks.
·Seitan (Wheat Meat)
·Soy free vegan burgers
Soy free vegan Sausage - These are a lot of fun!
There are many different ways to cook a meal as a meat replacement; this week's issue is dedicated to giving these "meat replacement food recipes" to you.
But first let’s define what the “meat replacements are and their protein contents”
Here’s a list of vegan foods that contain protein (in grams):
(Note: these are generalizations- protein may vary for certain foods like whole wheat bread depending on type and brand)
·tempeh (1 cup, 40g)
·soybeans (1 cup cooked, 29g)
·tofu (4 oz, 9g)
·tofu, firm (4 oz, 11g)
·soy nut butter (2 tbsp, 7g)
·soymilk (1 cup, 7g)
·soybeans (1 cup, 29g)
·black beans (1 cup cooked, 15g)
·kidney beans (1 cup cooked, 13g)
·vegetarian baked beans (1 cup, 12g)
·pinto beans (1 cup cooked, 12g)
·lima beans (1 cup cooked, 10g)
·soy nuts (1/4 cup roasted, 19g)
·cashews (1/4 cup, 5g)
·almonds (1/4 cup, 8g)
·almond butter (2 tbsp, 5g)
·brazil nuts (1/4 cup, 8g)
·hazel nuts (1/4 cup, 8g)
·macadamia nuts (1/4 cup, 4g)
·pecans (1/4 cup, 5g)
·walnuts (1/4 cup, 8g)
·oatmeal (1 cup, 6g)
·bulgur (1 cup, 6g)
·seitan (3 oz, 31g)
·whole wheat bread (2 slices, 5g)
·chickpeas (1 cup cooked, 12g)
·green peas (1 cup cooked, 9g)
·spinach (1 cup cooked, 5g)
·artichoke (1 medium cooked, 4g)
·kale (1 cup cooked, 2.5g)
·broccoli (1 cup cooked, 4g)
·potato (1 medium, 4g)
·lentils (1 cup cooked, 18g)
·peanuts (1/4 cup, 8g)
·peanut butter (2 tbsp, 8g)
·sunflower seeds (1/4 cup, 6g)
·pumpkin seeds (1/4 cup, 9g)
·quinoa (1 cup cooked, 9g)
· brown rice (1 cup cooked, 5g)
· wild rice (1 cup cooked, 6.5g)
How much protein should you get per day? Multiply your body weight by .36 and that will give you the number of grams you should be getting. (Example: a 150lb person should get about 54 grams of protein) Sources: USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 12, 1998 and manufacturers' information.
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Greetings Reggae Family;|
year in the Reggae Festival Guide magazine, we publish a feature called
‘Reggaelections’ (Recollections - it used to be called Red, Gold and
Green Memories.) This story is a compilation of stories from YOU, the readers, from around the globe about how reggae has touched or changed your life, inspired you, humored you, or blown your mind!
If you would like to submit a piece for this article, kindly email 400 words or less to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can, please attach a HIGH RESOLUTION (300 dpi) photo with your submission. No need to send a low-resolution photo as we can’t use it for print.
IMPORTANT: THE WORDS AND THE PHOTO MUST BE IN SAME EMAIL. We will not be able to match them up if we receive them in separate emails.
In subject line of email put: Reggaelections and Your First Name and Country
Example: Reggaelections Florencia/Cordoba, Argentina
The deadline for submissions is March 15.
There is no financial compensation for this editorial submission. There
is no guarantee that it will run as we expect to receive more than we
need. Be sure to tell us at the end of your submission, who you are and
Example: Florencia Mariona, Cordoba, Argentina
No other personal info is necessary.
Thank you and we are looking forward to hearing from you to share your story around the world to others in our reggae family.
BUJU BANTON: RASTA GOT SOUL
Recorded over a seven year period at Buju's own Gargamel Music studio, the long-awaited project is finally set for physical and digital release in the United States and Canada on April 21, 2009. Coincidentally, the date marks the 43rd anniversary of the late Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie's historic visit to Jamaica in 1966.|
His most musically audacious work to date, Rasta Got Soul unites Buju Banton's characteristic vocals and consistently positive messages, grounded in the tenets of Rastafari, with organic reggae rhythms carefully crafted by a select aggregation of the island's finest musicians. "Roots is the foundation," explains Buju, who became a dancehall superstar in the '90s by riding the latest synthesized beats. "The computer stuff gets monotonous; every third production you can hear some similarity, as opposed to when you listen to something live there is always something different," he says."Rasta Got Soul features nothing but soul shifting, uplifting reggae, to inspire, to thrill, to light an inner fire, to be glorified and rejuvenated; I just want to recreate that vibe when reggae music would speak to everyone."
EASY STAR'S LONELY HEARTS DUB BAND
When Ras I-Ray was invited on-board the Easy Star All-Stars’ intriguing trip — to reinvent classic-rock albums as reggae music — he liked the concept. But he was more impressed by the talent: In Easy Star, he would be surrounded by amazing musicians he had seen perform as part of Toots & the Maytals and Sister Carol’s band, along with saxophonist Jennifer Hill, an integral part of Burning Spear’s Burning Horns. “When I was called to do this project and saw she was in it, I was amazed. I idolized this woman,” said I-Ray from his home in Brooklyn. “When I was coming up, I saw all these guys playing with the big acts.”|
The first Easy Star All-Stars’ concept album — 2003’s “Dub Side of the Moon,” a reworking of Pink Floyd’s 1973 mega-classic “Dark Side of the Moon” — has become a reggae classic in its own right not only because of the novel idea, but because the musicians and producers dug in deep and reimagined the work with originality and style. The band, comprising musicians associated with the New York City-based Easy Star Records label, has also become a touring force, playing internationally and appearing at such showcases as the South By Southwest festival in Austin, Tex.
“That’s the foundation of it — we all come from reggae backgrounds,” said I-Ray, the only member of the All-Stars to appear on every tour date thus far. “There’s a legacy of reggae on stage, and that’s why there’s a legacy of reggae in the music.”
The group took a sharp turn in era, style and recognition-level for its second effort: 2006’s “Radiodread,” based on the 1997 concept album “OK Computer” by Radiohead. But working with the original’s odd time signatures and even odder production techniques, Easy Star came up with similar results: an acclaimed album, seemingly embraced by both reggae lovers and Radiohead fanatics. The album, featuring guest vocalists Toots Hibbert, Morgan Heritage and Israel Vibration, earned a three-star review from Rolling Stone, which dubbed it “impressive,” with “the arrangements and instrumentation ... thoughtfully considered.”
April 14 will see the release of “Easy Stars’ Lonely Hearts Dub Band,” a Jamaican-accented reworking of the mother of all concept albums, the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” The album features an expanded roster of noted guest singers, including Luciano, Steel Pulse, Matisyahu, and Michael Rose.
“Sgt. Pepper’s” may be the Beatles’ most weighty material, but there are still moments of giddiness, not too far removed from the carefree, romance-happy songs the Fab Four had been making just three years earlier.“To be honest, the whole album resonates because of what it stands for,” he said. “It’s got its vibe. No matter which song we did, it created the same vibe for the audience. We’re just riding on what ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ already did. Each one of these songs becomes a spiritual trip, even if the lyrics are joking.”
The ultimate trick was striking a balance between respect for the original, and a fresh approach. Easy Star has been up to the task before, and has hit it again.
TRIBUTE TO WOMEN IN REGGAE!
SO CAL ROOTS & CULTURE TOUR MAR 26-31ST
Northern Cali singjay phenom WINSTRONG is making his FIRST SoCal appearance with up-rising Dominican-American Reggae singer-songwriter ROBERTO GELL for the premier Roots & Culture spring Tour of 2009 - happening THIS week - and presented by KRucial Reggae. Backing will be the East-West collaborative bands I-Trinity & Dub Station, delivering high energy sets of strictly conscious lyrics and all-original Nu Roots music.|
In addition to the dates featured above, the package will be making an after hours appearance (11pm showtime) in Leimert Park's Kaos Networks (4343 Leimert Blvd. in LA) & at Marathon Mondays (doors 9pm) in Little Ethiopia (3/30), 1043 S. Fairfax Ave (all ages). The Saturday & Sunday shows will feature openers from Jah Beloved & Rakia to Libra Project & Sister Asah/Twayis.
What's unique here is that artists are teaming up, manifesting the call for Unity, and practicing what they preach. Winstrong's got runaway Radio & DJ hits ("Boom Boom Blah Blah" and calendar & compilation-featured anthem: "Ganja Tree") and Gell's premier EP Midnight Ravers is becoming available through iTunes in April.
Visit http://www.Reggae4i.com or call 617-771-5119 for booking, interviews or additional info.
ATTENTION ARTISTS AND MUSIC LOVERS
In our fifth year as a digital distributor, we're proud to say that no one has as many partners as we do - or more experience in the digital music domain. But this is no time to get complacent. While we've developed strong partnerships with all the major players (including iTunes, Rhapsody, eMusic, and Amazon), we're constantly on the lookout for new a la carte and subscription-based stores that offer downloads, ringtones, streams, and new music formats that haven't even been dreamed up yet. After all, the unknown website of today could be the iTunes of tomorrow, and we want to make sure our artists get in on the ground floor.|
With this in mind, CD Baby is thrilled to announce our partnership with a new company called Spotify. Spotify is a limited download and stream-on-demand service that can currently get your music to fans in the UK, France, and Spain (though they're actively trying to go worldwide). They also facilitate playlist sharing between users and their site is entirely web-based, so users don't need to download any extra, pesky software.
Listeners can use Spotify in one of three ways:
1. Free ad-supported version*
2. A 24-hour all-access/no-advertising pass which costs 1 euro or pound
3. A premium subscription, all-access/no-advertising, 10 pounds a month
CD Baby artists will be paid for ALL activity on Spotify, including the "free" ad-supported plays. But you don't have to pay us a dime to get your music delivered to them. Your initial submission fee gets you hooked up with all our digital partners, past, present, and future! These are exciting times for all of us here at the Baby and we're working harder than ever before to improve the look, feel, and functionality of our site for artists and customers. We're all looking forward to the big re-launch coming this summer, and over the next few months we will be giving you occasional sneak peaks of some of the cool changes we're working on, so that you can give us feedback.
The whole site is being redesigned from top to bottom. We plan to roll out the new logo mid-year, along with the site redesign
CD Baby President
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GEARING UP FOR NWWRF '09 IN OREGON!
We are on our way to a great NWWRF 09. Booking is almost done and tickets sales have been strong. Early Bird tickets are still available: $80 for the three day pass including camping |
Our current line up is: Tarrus Riley, Junior Reid, Groundation, Queen Omega, Chezidek, Tuff Lion, Lady Passion, Messenjah Selah, Paula Fuga, Ooklah the Moc, Asheba, Zili Misik, LoCura, J Ross Parrelli, Zelly Rock, Indubious, Chronicle, Everyday Prophets, Vibe Nation and I-Chele. Dj's XactChange will be running the Dj booth with many of our friends spinning between sets and Mountain Lion HiFi wil be bouncing the dancehall all night. More To Be Announced Soon! Don't Miss Out!
TIME TO ORDER YOUR AD IN THE 2009 REGGAE FESTIVAL GUIDE MAGAZINE
100,000 copies of The Reggae Festival Guide will be distributed throughout the U.S. and Canada for free starting the third week in May. AND THE MAGAZINE WILL ALSO BE DIGITAL so reggae fans around the world can read the magazine page-by-page on line.|
to reach our advertising department with your questions about marketing your business, band, festival, service, or product.
Don't miss out on this once a year marketing opportunity!
KRUCHIAL : : Love and Overstanding
The song is titled: ETHIOPIA
CAN BE PURCHASED: http://WWW.CDBABY.COM AND ALL MAJOR DIGITAL MUSIC DOWNLOADS SUCH AS I-TUNES , RHAPSODY ETC.
The artist Kruchial is a culture , roots , loversrock reggae artist who blends foundation roots reggae , hip hop ,R&B and jungle music with a soultry tenor melodic singjay delivery. Hailing originally out of Manchester , Jamaica W.I. and based in New York city. The artist began his career at HC&F recording studios and has released many singles in the reggae circutt. Kruchial made his debut single in the year 2000 with the single "Heathens" released on the Starving Artist label and in 2003 "Love without Pain" released on Dubplanet/V.P. records premiered on CBS televison show (Criminal Minds,episode Psycho Drama). He recently released an independent album entitled "Love and Overstanding" produced by Nuw Koncepts and Stronghold Productions.
Kruchial has made many performances for local Health care and Fostercare benefit programs as well NYC club venues. The artist also has a music video entitled "Deception" track # 7 on his album and has premier regularly on the top ten video selection on NYC B-Cat television as well as NYC Carribean Style t.v . The album Love and Overstanding released in the fall of 2008 is a must have for all music lovers who enjoy positive music vibrations, bringing back the the foundation feeling of what reggae music stands for which is love with no prejudice ,knowledge of thyself , education as well as social awareness. Hope you all enjoy Love and Overstanding and look out for more music videos as well as performances from this culutured artist. Blessed Love
RAS D : : Jah Reign
It's a spiritual song that reminds people there is a creator who makes this world for you and I to live in, in love and unity and to praise him daily, RASTAFARI.
WEB: http://www.MYSPACE.COM/RASDMUSIC & http://www.RASDMUSIC.COM
EMAIL: DAVERASD@HOTMAIL.COM & RASD33@YAHOO.COM
CDs available at: WWW.CDBABY.COM/RASD <http://www.CDBABY.COM/RASD>
ADA SHLAIND : : Confirmation
Check Out: http://www.myspace.com/shlaind
Everything began in 1992 when the artist start to
write his first lyrical Hip-Hop beats in the style of
MC Solar (A French Rapper). Over time, his friends
introduce him to Reggae music through its precursors
BOB MARLEY, Eric DONALSON, etc ... With his new
companions of fortune, he founded PHILOBLACK in 1993.
a Reggae band which he will tour schools and for
services at end year partie break. PHILOBLACK also
participates in the Marlboro Music Competition
Rocking. The band survive a year only cause of the job
for some members and adventure in France for others.
ADA Shlaind him, convinced of his abilities, continue
to compose songs and melodies .. "
SOULMEDIC IS ON THE ROAD AGAIN THIS MARCH SO ARE THE MELODIANS W/ THE YELLOW WALL DUB SQUAD|
SOULMEDIC MARCH SHOW DATES
NORTH SAN JUAN CA (NEVADA CITY AREA SHOW)
FRI MAR 20 -N.SAN JUAN SENIOR CENTER 29190 ST HWY 49-
Rasta Wagon Productions Presents-
SOULMEDIC W/ THE MASH UNIT, JAH LIGHT NIYABINGHI OPENING CEREMONY, DJ 2 B ANNOUNCED
SUN MAR 22- THE BLUE LAMP 1400 ALHAMBRA BLVD
Rock of Lalibella /Sun Night Train 2 Zion presents
SOULMEDIC, DJ WOKSTAR MORE TBA
Be the change you want 2 see in the world- more love, joy band prosperity!!!!
MARCH TOUR FOR
THE MELODIANS W/ THE YELLOW WALL DUB SQUAD:
Fri Mar 20: Caspar Inn. 14957 Caspar Road Caspar, CA
Sat Mar 21: TBA
Sun Mar 22: Moe's Alley 1535 Commercial Way Santa Cruz, CA
Mon Mar 23: Travel
Tue Mar 24: The Reef - 125 S 6th St, Boise, ID
Wed Mar 25: The Star Bar 268 Main St. Park City UT.
Thurs Mar 26: Huka Bar & Grill 51 E 6100 S Salt Lake City, UT
Fri Mar 27: Owsleys Golden Road. 2151 Lawrence St. Denver, CO
Sat Mar 28: Three20South 320 S. Main St, Breckenridge ,CO
Sun Mar 29: Sandbar Sportsgrill. 2161 N Frontage Rd. Vail CO
Sister Carol Earth Day Month April 2009 w/ The Yellow Wall Dub Squad Appearing in Oscar Nominated Movie RACHEL GETTING MARRIED Directed By Johnathan Demme
Thurs April 2: Humboldt Brewey 856 10th St. Arcata, CA
Fri April 3 The Underground 555 E 4th St # B Reno, NV
Sat April 4:Body Balance Studios 300 Sierra College Dr Suite 165, Grass Valley, CA
Sun April 5: Caspar Inn. 14957 Caspar Road Caspar, CA
Mon April 6: off
Tue April 7: The Reef - 125 S 6th St, Boise, ID
Wed Apr 8: The Star Bar 268 Main St. Park City UT.
Thurs Apr 9: Huka Bar & Grill 51 E 6100 S Salt Lake City, UT
Fri Apr 10: KTAO Solar Center #9 State Hwy 150. Taos, NM
Sat Apr 11: B Side Lounge. 2017 13th Street Boulder, CO
Sun Apr 12: Sandbar Sportsgrill. 2161 N Frontage Rd. Vail CO
Mon Apr 13: off
Tue Apr 14: TBA Colorado
Wed Apr 15: Atomic Cantina 315 Gold Ave SW Albuquerque, NM
Thurs Apr 16: 12 Tribes. 345 N. 5th Ave. Tuscon, AZ
Fri April 17: TBA Tempe, AZ
Sat April 18: Biacci's 775 N Central Ave Upland, CA
Sun April 19: Belly Up Tavern.143 S. Cedros Ave.Solana Beach, CA
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ON THIS DAY IN REGGAE|
||Ethiopia defeats Italy at Battle of Adowa.
||Lee "Scratch" Perry aka "Upsetter" (Rainford Hugh Perry) is born in Kendal, a small town in the rural parish of Hanover, Jamaica.
||Tunisia gains independence from France. (Independence Day)
||Fonso Martin [Steel Pulse; vocals/percussions] is born.
||First issue of the Japanese Reggae Magazine goes on sale.
||Boy George pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana in London. He was given a "conditional discharge".
||Bob Marley & The Wailers' compilation album "Legend" [Island] is certified Multi (7.0) Platinum, and video "Legend" [Island Video] is certified Gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America).
IN THE NAME OF THE MOST HIGH|
Jah is Perfect Abundance, the Source of infinite prosperity. Jah is All Substance, All Power, All Energy, All Good, All in All, All Everything. It is the joy of Jah to provide perfect happiness, perfect love, perfect harmony, perfect peace, and perfect abundance to all of His children.
Thank You Jah
RICHIE B'S HOT MIX 102FM FRI MAR 20TH - STRAIGHT FROM YARD!
JAMAICA MUSIC COUNTDOWN
By Richie B, host – “HOT MIX” on Hot 102FM
MARCH 20, 2009
TOP 20 DANCE HALL SINGLES
TW LW WOC TITLE/ARTISTE/LABEL
01 2 8 Last Man Standing-Vybz Kartel – Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records(1wk@#1) U-1
02 1 13 Time To Shine-Laden-Big Ship (3wks@#1) D-1
03 4 11 I’m So Blessed - Mavado – Big Ship U-1
04 3 11 Romping Shop-Vybz Kartel feat Spice-Adidjaheim Records/NotNice(2wks@#1) D-1
05 9 7 Head Caan Hot So- Prodigal Son-Main Street Records U-4
06 8 8 This Means Money – Konshens – Head Concussion U-2
07 6 8 Ben Ova - RDX- (pp#6) D-1
08 10 7 Get Wild-Vybz Kartel- Not Nice U-2
09 5 24 Ghetto Prayer – Shane-O-Jam II (pp#3) D-4
10 7 13 Dip Again- Elephant Man feat. Ding Dong – Big Ship(pp#3) D-3
11 11 14 Flying Dagger (100 Stab)- Idonia- Equinoxx (pp#6) NM
12 12 7 Bubble-Charly Blacks-Fresh Ear NM
13 14 3 Stamma-Busy Signal- Big Ship U-1
14 16 3 Nuh Daggera -Spice-Equinoxx U-2
15 18 2 Mama-Vybz Kartel- Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records U-3
16 19 2 Bad 2 Da Bone-Brick & Lace-Birchill Records U-3
17 - New I Am Blessed-Mr. Vegas-Live-Up
18 13 27 Burnin, Burnin- Miss Triniti feat. Beenie Man-Unseen Lab (2wks@#1) D-5
19 - New Man A Galis-Ding Dong-Notice
20 17 22 Sweep-Elephant Man-Scatta Productions/Kings of Kings (3wks@#1) D-3
TOP 20 REGGAE SINGLES
TW LW WOC TITLE/ARTISTE/LABEL
01 1 17 Jah Jah See Dem A Come-Sugar Roy/Conrad Crystal & Gyptian – Fireball (2wks@#1) NM
02 2 14 Can’t Sleep-Romaine Virgo-Penthouse Records NM
03 5 8 Bad Man Don’t Cry-Shaggy-Big Yard Music U-2
04 4 20 My Jamaican Girl-Prince Pankhi-Otis Riddim Records NM
05 6 13 Missing You Right Now-Daville-Fashowzy U-1
06 7 13 You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling-Noddy Virtue/Jodi-Ann Pantry-Reflection U-1
07 8 20 I Love You Anyway-Barbee-It’s Not A Game Records (2wks@#1) U-1
08 3 21 Calm Down Yuh Nerves-Bescenta-Uplifting Music Int’l (2wks@#1) D-5
09 9 10 Another Bill Again-Tony Rebel-Penthouse NM
10 10 8 Start Anew-Tarrus Riley-Juke Boxx NM
11 13 5 A Thousand Miles Away-Ras Penco-Uprize Music U-2
12 12 8 Jah Jah Blessing –Etana feat Alborosie–Forward Records NM
13 17 3 Good Life-Chuckle Berry-Taxi U-4
14 15 6 Cassava – Andrew Mistiq aka P. Zed –Inspire U-1
15 16 6 Save The Juvenile-Ruffian-Get Up Yute Records U-1
16 18 3 Call On Me- Jah Cure feat K. Cole -SOBE/Dangerzone U-2
17 11 10 You’re My Inspiration –LUST- Born Music (pp#10) D-6
18 19 2 Head Above The Water – Capleton – Downsound Records U-1
19 14 15 Good Morning Beautiful-Mark Ice-Big Lawd Records (pp#8) D-5
20 - New Under My Skin- Anthony Red Roze -Taxi
TOP TEN ALBUMS/CD CHART
TW LW WOC TITLE/ARTISTE/LABEL
01 1 10 Reggae Jammin Vol. 1-Various Artistes- Tads Record Int’l (3wks@#1) NM
02 2 10 Stronger – Fantan Mojah–Greensleeves NM
03 4 8 Waiting – Cecile – Dangerzone U-1
04 3 20 I Can Feel Your Pain- Gyptian-VP Records/Cannon (2wks@#1)
05 6 6 Pull Up Selector-Jimmy Riley-Taxi U-1
06 5 15 Yes We Can-Cocoa Tea - Roaring Lion/Tads Int’l (3wks@1) D-1
07 7 17 Greatest Reggae One Drop Anthems-Various Artistes-Greensleeves NM
08 8 18 A Moment In Time -Beres Hammond -VP Records (4wks@#1) NM
09 9 21 Riddim Ruler- Drop It – Various Artistes-No Doubt Records/Tads Int’l (2wks@#1) NM
10 10 22 Loaded-Busy Signal-VP Records (1wk@#1) NM
Numbers in bracket indicate the number of weeks at the No. 1 Spot.
Key: U – Upward, D – Down, NM – Non-Mover
TW – This Week, LW – Last Week, WC Weeks on Chart, PP in bracket – Peak Position
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Jamfest Spring Break Concert Series
Monday-Sunday, March 2-22, 2009
Cameroon Reggae Festivals
Thursday-Friday, March 19-20, 2009
Douala and yaounde, Littoral & Center, Camaroon
+237 7556 2937
Reggae Fest 2009
Saturday-Sunday, March 21-22, 2009
Lake Worth, FL, U.S.
Reggae In The Valley
Saturday, March 28, 2009
St. Elizabeth, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica
The Gathering of the Peacemakers
Saturday-Sunday, April 9-13, 2009
Black Mountain, North Carolina, U.S.
6th Annual Puerto Galera Reggae Festival
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Encenada Beach Resort, Puerto Galera, Mindoro Island, Philipines
6th Annual Baja Sur Reggae Festival
Saturday-Sunday, April 11-12, 2009
Pescadero, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Sugarloaf Bud Light Reggae Festival
Thursday-Sunday, April 16-19, 2009
Carrabassett Valley, Maine, U.S.
420 Music Festival
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Island Irie Concert Series IV
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Santa Clara,California, U.S.
Ali Campbell(UB40) & BEEF
Friday, May 1, 2009
1st Annual Sacramento Unity & Diversity Music Festival
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Downtown Sacramento, CA, U.S.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Raamsdonksveer, Noord Brabant, Netherlands
Unite In Paradise - Reggae Festival
Saturday-Tuesday, May 16-19, 2009
Babylontown, Olympos, Turkey
+49 (0) 621-6850981
Best of the Best
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Miami , Florida, U.S.
rumble reggae festival 2009
Friday-Saturday, June 5-6, 2009
94513 Schönberg, Bayern, Germany
Morro Bay Music Festival
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Morro Bay, CA, U.S.
The Gathering of the Peacemakers
Thursday-Sunday, June 11-14, 2009
Albany, New Hampshire, U.S.
The Gathering of the Peacemakers
Thursday-Sunday, June 18-21, 2009
Woodstock, New York, U.S.
Friday-Sunday, June 19-21, 2009
Akron, Ohio, U.S.
Friday-Sunday, June 19-21, 2009
St-Damien, QC, Canada
Weedbeat Festival 2009
Friday-Sunday, June 19-21, 2009
Rössing / Hildesheim, Niedersachsen, Germany
Friday-Sunday, June 19-21, 2009
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, Germany
Sierra Nevada World Music Festival
Friday-Sunday, June 19-21, 2009
Boonville, California, U.S.
Worldbeat Music Fest
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Arcata Bay Oyster Festival
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Arcata, California, U.S.
Gathering before the Light
Friday-Sunday, June 26-28, 2009
Tidewater, Oregon, U.S.
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Ft Bragg, CA, U.S.
Thursday-Saturday, July 2-11, 2009
Osoppo, Udine, Italy
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