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Nyabinghi is the oldest of the Mansions of Rastafari. These Rastafari are the strictest out of the six or so major groups. They pledge "love to all human beings", and do not believe in violence, because they believe that only Jah has the right to destroy. They make this pledge because of the power of words, believing that only when all of Jah's children make the pledge together, the oppressors will be destroyed. In addition, they are often non-violent or follow the just war theory.The Nyabinghi resistance inspired a number of Jamaican Rastas, who incorporated what are known as Nyabinghi chants (binghi) into their celebrations (grounations).[citation needed] The rhythms of these chants were an influence on popular ska, rocksteady and reggae music. Three kinds of drums are used in Nyabinghi music: bass, funde and keteh. The keteh plays an improvised syncopation rooted in Ashanti dance and drumming,[2] the funde plays a regular one-two beat and the bass drum strikes loudly on the first beat, and softly on the third (of fourth) beat. Count Ossie was the first to record nyabinghi and helped to establish and maintain Rasta culture
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Ska is style of music that developed in Jamaica in the 1950s as a precursor to Reggae. It has an easily recognisable style, characterised by bars made up of four triplets, with a definitive guitar chop on the offbeat. This is called... more

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Edward Philip George Seaga was born on May 28, 1930, in Boston'.His 18-year-old Jamaican mother, Erna Alleta Maxwell,His father, 29-year-old salesman Phillip George Seaga (who could sell snow to an Eskimo) was a... more

MLK ?Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.? ?I have decided to stick to love...Hate is too great a burden to bear.? ?Faith is taking the first step even when you can't see... more

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History of Jamaican Music Long before Reggae and Dancehall Even before Ska, many will argue that the origins of Jamaican music could be heard from the rural areas with sounds of folk music. This folk music was then followed by the first... more

b. 13 January 1946, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Boris Gardiner, bass player, vocalist and musical director, has never been one of reggae's most celebrated names, but he has remained a permanent fixture in the music and has three... more

Musical Ambassador Hopeton Brown is at the controls once again Reggae Wednesdayz - Hopeton Brown Plays the Conscious Reggae Music Join us tonite 661-467-2407

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