Slideshow

Get the Flash Player to see the slideshow.

Philosophie Rasta chapitre 3

Philosophie rasta chapitre 3

Ayahuasca 2010 JLMA

Je veux m’envoler pour atteindre ton ciel, me fondre dans ton aurore,
boire à la source de ton horizon,
je veux m’enflammer pour éclairer ta solitude,
pour réchauffer ta nuit, bruler l’image de la mort,
m’éteindre un instant dans tes yeux,
respirer la tendresse de ton corps,
les lèvres de ton velours,
l’éclat de tes soupirs,
le parfum de ton sourire,
je veux déchirer le temps,
lever le voile de mon infini,
devenir le miroir de ton réel imaginaire,
je veux vivre ton regard,
poser ma tête sur ton ventre et repeindre le monde à la lumière de notre rencontre.

Le rasta créé du sens toujours, partout de rien, et c’est le sens qui le fait frissonner, il est le brasier du sens, tout contact pour l’amour, il est demandé à la peau de répondre, comme une fête non du sens mais des sens.

Croyances et culture rasta
La culture rasta est un tout formé par l’agrégation d’un certain nombre de croyances, de coutumes et de traditions. Il est ainsi vain de proposer une caractérisation exhaustive et universelle de la culture rasta. Celle-ci est au contraire basée sur la différence et se revendique comme une unité dans la diversité.

Cependant, il existe des points de repères caractérisant les croyances rasta, principalement le port des dreadlocks, la consommation de ganja, et les habitudes alimentaires, bien que ces caractéristiques ne soient pas adoptées par tous. Contrairement aux idées reçues, le Reggae n’est pas en soi une marque caractéristique des croyances rasta, mais bien un vecteur servant le message, selon le concept ancestral très courant dans ces cultures : la transmission orale. Le genre musical le plus proche des Rastas est plutôt le Nyabinghi. Enfin, une grande partie de la culture rasta est directement inspirée de la Bible, comme le concept de Babylone.

Les principaux chanteurs rasta :
Bob Marley
Selassie is the chapel : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slLx-qXQUPo&translated=1
Forever loving Jah : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hd1CQEtrQMY
Positive vibration : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__1GvhLTEcc&translated=1
One love : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sonYFxHHvaM&translated=1
Could you be loved : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i-gcWdBUb8&translated=1
Is this love : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyyAf45bCRE&translated=1
Redemption song : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFGgbT_VasI&feature=related
Africa unite : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZrNoFT7OTY&feature=related
Playlist Bob Marley & friends : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80uiu_E33U8&feature=BF&list=MLGxdCwVVULXcaZ1CXFRCa7US–ojnqJ9c&index=36
Bunny Wailer :
Blackheart man : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_E8MXYj8FQ&feature=related
Fighting against conviction : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYw1gcLo8hg&feature=related
Armagedon : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7nt7Gy1v8Q&feature=related

Burning Spear
Jah no dead : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt-xcdnnhQc&feature=more_related
Slavery Days : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOhBOdxO6Hg&feature=related
Peter Tosh :
Get up stand up : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ms6GrJkOUQA&translated=1
Igziabeher : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL_k602Wgak&translated=1
Ras Michael and the sons of the negus :
Rise Jah Jah children : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Irr5FwGXsQs&translated=1
Rastaman Chant : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQEW2JaIwVg&feature=related
Melodians :
by the river of Babylone : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-5E6_qtXAw&translated=1

Third World :
96 degrees in the shade : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVGI_G8AH68&translated=1
Feel a little better now : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl9X-iL8UGs&feature=related
Dreamland : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XGaxuI-4xE&feature=related
Lee Scratch Perry :
One step forward : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EM4jNWV61Bs&translated=1
Dread locks in moonlight : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kolVxxX01Qg&translated=1
Police and thieves : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OID0h7X6hmk&feature=related
The Congos :
Jackpot : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2238K5Wn7U&feature=related
Fisherman : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JhTM0Lar3Q&feature=related
Yo Yo : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1Y6np5UdY4&feature=related
Open Up The Gate : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO3WDcEa2FQ&feature=BF&list=MLGxdCwVVULXe9W3Odf4Wh-WWtpjeUI9wL&index=3
Nana : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV3_Wjc17g8&feature=related
Ark of the Covenant : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHccW2vW5R8&feature=related
Jah Shaka :
Praises : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsSIC0jkPto
I believe : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD_3PLKuxM0&feature=related
Jah is for I and I : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxhuchZ4UKA&feature=related
Linton Kwezy Johnson :
The new world order : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0gwijxP5Dg&translated=1
Come wi goh dung de : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sYr_KXjpdo&feature=related
Dread beat an’ blood : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83QombtPVOw&feature=related
Hurricane Blues : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNRan9bK-Tc&translated=1
Loraine : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-B9W-3Wnws&translated=1
Jacob Miller :
Mixed Up Moods : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEK5p3CREcg&feature=related
Mr Officer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J9VrtGRgfI&feature=related
Ijahman Levi
Bob and friends over there : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFJaXHxnU1A
Moulding : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH7vl-mRgWE

Ecoute plutôt, mon amour, la voix du corps qui danse en toi,
c’est la voix la plus pure.
Le rythme du corps qui est en toi parle avec plus de pureté,
le corps complet, de la tête à la base, il parle du sens de la terre.
2 3:31
Sugar Minott – Give My Love To You
3 3:24
GOOD THING GOING ——- SUGAR MINOTT
5 3:37
Sugar Minnott – Every Little Thing
6 3:27
Alton Ellis & Eddie – Muriel
7 3:43
Marcia Aitken – I’m Still In Love With You Boy

8 3:17
Owen Gray – If I Was An Carpenter
9 3:44
Gregory Isaacs – Number one

10 3:09
Jackie Mittoo – Happy People (Studio One Instrumental)
11 2:57
Jackie Mittoo – Macka Fat
12 Junior Murvin – Think Twice
13 2:16
Ain´t No Sunshine-Ken Boothe 1972
14 4:25
Cimarons – Rock Reggae Rhapsody

Cornell Campbell – Queen Of The Minstrels, Studio One Ska Years and The Sun
16 3:10
Keith & Tex- Stop That Train
18 3:51
Third World- Tribal War
22 3:15
Gladiators – Chatty Chatty Mouth
25 5:54
Rockers (1978) Jamaica Opening Sequence
26 7:14
Burning spear Jah no Dead
27 5:15
Third World – Jah Glory
28 4:25
Ijahman Levi – Closer To You
29 5:02
Ijahman – The Church
30 4:20
Israel Vibration – Herb is the healing
31 6:24
Yabby U – Fire Fire / Judgment time ***R.I.P. Vivian ***
Yabby U – Fire Fire / Judgment Time Yabby You – Jah Over I … Yabby U – Fire Fire / Judgment Time Yabby You – Jah Over I One of seven children, Jackson left home at the age of twelve to find work at a furnace in Waterhouse. At seventeen, the effects of malnutrition had left him hospitalized, and on his release he was left with severe arthritis which had partially crippled his legs. His physical condition meant that he was unable to return to his previous work, and he was forced into hustling a living on the streets of Kingston. His Christian beliefs were markedly different from that of his Rastafarian comtemporaries, which often prompted debate on religio-philosophical matters, and it was after one of these discussions that Jackson first headed towards a recording studio, having heard music « like a strange ting, inside a my thoughts – like an angel a sing ». Another spell in hospital meant that finding money for recording was difficult, but eventually the « Conquering Lion » single was released late in 1972, credited to Vivian Jackson and the Ralph Brothers. Cut for King Tubby, the popularity of the song and its distinctive introduction (the chant of « Be-you, yabby-yabby-you ») earned Jackson the nickname « Yabby You », which has remained with him during his entire career. wikipedia
32 6:24
Yabby U – Fire Fire / Judgment time ***R.I.P. Vivian ***
34 3:27
Junior P – Change Up
35 6:02
Ken Boothe & I Roy – Black, Gold and Green / Red, Gold and Green
36 4:29
Big Youth – Travelling Man
37 2:57
Big Youth – Marcus Garvey
38 2:40

Big Youth – Half Ounce

Big Youth – Half Ounce Manley Augustus Buchanen was born in… Big Youth – Half Ounce Manley Augustus Buchanen was born in February 1955 to a preacher mother and a policeman father, as one of five children. He left school at 14, and started work in his teens as a cab driver and hotel mechanic at the Skyline and Sheraton hotels in Kingston. From singing at work, he gradually worked his way up to become the top deejay of the Lord Tippertone sound. His first recording, the Gregory Isaacs produced « Movie Man » didn’t really do much, but further ventures increased his profile, and by the time Youth worked with producer Keith Hudson, he was at his peak. His « S.90 Skank » went gold, (& red & green) just like the jewels he had sometime dentist Hudson place in his front teeth. In between he cut some killer material with Gussie Clarke which resulted in the fabulous « Screaming Target » LP. In 1973, Youth formed his own labels, Negusa Negast and Augustus Buchanen, and these quickly saw some quality releases, but Mr. Buchanen still found time to work with other producers, such as Prince Buster, Joe Gibbs, Derrick Harriott and Winston Riley. Due to his phenomenal output at this time, Jah Youth at one stage had 5 of the top 10 singles in Jamaica. Jah Youth cut a version of The Wailers « Keep On Moving » with Lee Perry, « Mooving Version » in 1972, as well as two version’s of Bunny Wailer’s song « Bide Up », (« Bide », and « Black On Black »). Youth kept up the pace through the mid-1970′s with other great tracks, such as « House Of DreadLocks », « All Nations Bow », « Wolf In Sheeps Clothing », « Mosiah Garvey » and too many more to mention. These songs helped make Big Youth a superstar in Jamaica, and he soon travelled to England with a young Dennis Brown, to stage some spectacular live shows. The Youth Man was backed by The Ark Angels, and Brown by Joe Gibbs and The Professionals, giving English audiences a first hand taste of what was hot in Jamaica.
39 3:19
Carlton Livingston – 100 Weight Of Collie Weed
40 7:32
8:37
The Chosen Brothers – Mango Walk – Heavy Roots Reggae Dubwize.1979 Wackies 12 INCH
42 7:15
Light Of Saba – Lambs Bread Collie (12 inch)
43 4:41
Natural-Ites – Pictures On The Wall
44 3:09
The Heptones – Book Of Rules – Reggae 45rpm
45 4:01
The Heptones – Sufferer’s Time
46 3:52
The Heptones – Crying Over You
Derrick Harriott- Since I Lost My Baby- Trojan Reggae 45rpm
48 2:17
The Heptones – Sweet Talking
49 3:21
The Heptones Sea Of Love
50 3:21
The Meditations Woman is Like A Shadow
51 3:13
Mighty Diamonds Right Time
52 7:06
The Mighty Diamonds – Pass the Kouchie
53 4:25
Cimarons – Rock Rock Reggae Rhapsody

54 3:13
The Cimarons – Ethiopian Romance
55 3:16
Barrington Levy Poor Man Style
56 2:54
John Holt « Strange Things »
57 3:18
Don Carlos – Rivers Of Babylon
58 3:33
Junior Byles – Chant Down Babylon
59 3:57
Junior Byles – What Kind Of World

60 5:35
Burning Spear – Invasion [Aka Black Wa-da-da]
61 5:00
burning spear – jah is my driver
62 4:13
The Cimarons – Utopian Feeling
63 6:06
Ras Michael – New Name
64 5:01
Ijahman – Jah Heavy Load
Lyrics: I’ve got to carry Jah heavy load Because I walk in h… Lyrics: I’ve got to carry Jah heavy load Because I walk in his gladness On his merry merry road I’ve got to carry Jah heavy load I’ve got back up myself Against false evidence I’ve got to carry Jah heavy load I’ve got to pick up where them say Jah Jah left off and gone I have to carry Jah load heavy heavy load In my meditation when I reason with him Clearly in my visions of dreams He reason with me I feel Jah Jah heartically Oh I know what I do believe I believe in Jah Jah truth and rights I have to carry Jah load heavy heavy load I have to carry Jah load heavy heavy load This rumour situation That is spreading across the nation Trying to dim the light Been precious in my fathers sight Saying that Rasta father Trodding this earth no longer But in Zion is my father’s throne And I know the earth is his foot stool I have to carry Jah load heavy heavy load I have to carry Jah load heavy heavy load I said I feel it every day I said it’s heavy every day Jah Jah is a every day Heavy every day I said I feel it every day Heavy every day Jah Jah is a every day Heavy every day
66 3:24
Culture – Addis Ababa
67 3:34
Two Sevens Clash * Culture
68 4:40
Babylon a weep * Culture
69 4:25
Culture – Africa Stand Alone – Innocent Blood
70 2:58
Al Barry & The Cimarons Morning sun
71 3:58
Cimarons – Maka – Mother Earth

Cimarons – Maka (1978) Label: Polydor Cat # : 2383 512 Pr… Cimarons – Maka (1978) Label: Polydor Cat # : 2383 512 Produced by Cimarons Engineers : Tony Platt at Pebble Beach Studio Carl Levy : Keyboards / Accoustic Guitar / Marimba / Vocals Franklyn Dunn : Bass / Percu / Accoustic Piano / Vocals Winston Reid : Lead Vocal / Percu Locksley Gichie : Rythm Guitar / Lead Guitar / Percu / Vocals Maurice Ellis : Drums / Percu
72 2:39
Joe Higgs – Sons Of Garvey
73 2:07
Aswad – Rainfall, Sunshine

74 3:45
75 3:08
The Wailing Souls – Row Fisherman
The Wailing Souls – Jah give us the life ( don’t feel no way ) – reggae and dub
77 4:03
Israel Vibration – We a de Rasta
78 3:57
Judy Mowatt – black woman
79 3:29
The Wailing Souls – Mr Fire Coal Man (Studio 1)
A classic hit by the Wailing Souls – Mr Fire Coal Man was firs… A classic hit by the Wailing Souls – Mr Fire Coal Man was first released in 1971 in the UK on the Banana label, and then subsequently featured on the Wailing Souls’ first album ‘The Wailing Souls’ released in 1975 on the Studio One label. You can find this track on the album ‘Wailing Souls at Channel One’ and also on the album ‘Studio One Groups’.
80 4:19
Freddie McGregor – I’ll Do Anything
81 3:41
The Itals – Satisfaction
82 6:32
Michael Smith -Trainer

101 4:31
Third World – Prisoner in the Street
102 5:16
Third World – Street fighting
103 4:37
Third World – Always Around
104 4:31
Third World – Prisoner in the Street
105 3:55
Third World – Rejoice
106 6:28
Third World ‘ Journey to Addis ‘ audio/1970s
107 6:11
Third World I Do Not Want To Lose This Feeling
108 6:11
Third World I Do Not Want To Lose This Feeling
109 5:48
Brother you got the Power to make the change
il y a 2 ans |
By William Clarke You’ve got the Ahoy I-been to so many places not knowing just What I’d find I seen so many different faces but they Always stay fresh in my mind Some of them seem so lonely trying to make it On their own Wondering where to turn to knowing you can’t Make no blood out of stone (Chorus « A ») People everywhere they just want to be free But they find it so hard to he what they gotta be Gotta he the teaching of their society (Chorus « B ») Brother you’ve got the Power to make a Change Sister you’ve got the Power rearrange (Repeat Chorus « A » & « B ») I’ve been through hard time decisions When I could not tell right from wrong But at the end of my destination I’ve found out that’s just where I belong (Repeat Chorus « A ») (Repeat Chorus « B » four times)
110 4:57
Third World – Ride On
111 4:28
Third World – Inna time like this
112 3:32
Third world – Before you make your move (melt with everyone)
113 4:40
Third World-Low Key-Jammin’

We roots roots roots But we intellect say wa? (say what?) Time crucial but we cool wa wa wa wa Low keyed but jamming high level high level We ain’t got to be no rude boys We irie irie irie We irie irie irie Hypocrite I know you really don’t like JAH music Ruff pon you (Chorus) We jamming We keep on jamming Low key, laid back But we jamming and I no pop no style We go keep on jamming Low key, laid back But we jamming (jamming straight to you head) We go keep a jammin’ Low key laid back But we jammin’ – well We none political But we serious Rasta musical come and jam with us Play it all night long and It’s the same jamrock song we sing We don’t really have to be no screwface Because we irie, irie, irie I know we truly Irie, irie, irie All around the world we’re gonna sing JAH music (sweet me to my bone) We jammin’ (sweet me to my bone) We on keep on jammin’ Low key, laid back But we jammin’ (and I no pop no style) We go keep on jamming Low key, laid back But we jamming We go keep on jamming Low key, laid back But we jamming (keyboard) Listen what I tell you We are simple ones But we well complex ooh We are peaceful ones Who know when fe vex So if you don’t dig the dreadlocks zone You better leave it alone ‘Cause I know JAH shall never let the Children suffer Because we irie, irie, irie
114 8:16
None jah jah children no cry (Dean Fraser)
115 9:21
2 5:50
Peter Tosh – Stepping Razor
3 4:13
Khadja Nin – Sina Mali, Sina Deni (Free) (Burundi)
4 4:37
Bob Marley – Coming In From The Cold [01]
5 3:47
Bob Marley – Work [05]
6 5:13
SOJA – You And Me ( with Lyrics ! )
SOJA – You And Me ( Born in Babylon new album 2009 ) – It’s you and me and it’s always been and how i feel about you, there’s no end. But you made me chase you around. And then you need me again you fall down, down. And when this dance is done you and me are stil the only ones. Yeah since time begun, and i’m still with you even when you’re gone. so i start it, and you stop it so i want it knowing that you’re walking alway Its you and me and were back again.. Don’t introduce me to all your « new friends » man.. why do you make me chase you around? why do your words make me not make a sound..?
7 5:47
Rest of My Life by SOJA
8 5:00
SOJA – Open My Eyes – Get Wiser
9 5:40
Groundation – Dream
In I man dream stands a holy Nazarene A face of wisdom deep in… In I man dream stands a holy Nazarene A face of wisdom deep in meditation Oh I do not know what I am after But before I could leave From the wise man came laughter His eyes are red, red as the fire But out his mouth comes The words of wisdom saying « Come with me my son I know what you are after For you are a seeker Of truth and wisdom » He led me into wilderness Where he keep the fire burning He said, « Sit down by the fire and you will Drink from the cup of all life’s desires » Yes iya see it, in iyana dream Lord iya see it, in iyana dream So there I was a manifestation upon creation I turned to my elders excepting direction « Oh humble yourself and open your heart Live your life right from the start You know nothing and there is Nothing you don’t know For inside all dwells the mighty creator Oh we are a vessel for all life to flow Each and every one is the keeper of their soul » song’s lyrics page He walked further into the wilderness Until we reached the still waters He picked up a seed and said, « Here son, it’s time for you to grow your own tree » Yes iya see it, in iyana dream Lord iya see it, in iyana dream
10 6:10
Groundation-Mandela
11 3:28
Millie Jackson – It Hurts So Good
12 3:48
Millie Jackson – If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don’t Want To…)
13 3:29
Junior Byles- Curley Locks- Reggae 45rpm
14 3:35
Jimmy Cliff – The Lion Sleeps Tonight
15 3:45
susan cadogan and ruddy thomas you know how to make me feel so g
16 10:58
The Heptones – Party Time Riddim Mix (Studio One Selection’s/Various Artists)
17 3:34
Yabby U – 1980 – African Queen B4 Nippon Skank.wmv
18 8:31
Linton Kwesi Johnson – Dread Beat An’ Blood
19 3:48
Third World – Cold Sweat
20 4:12
Third World Fret not Theyself
21 3:40
Third World – Cool Meditation
22 4:37
Third World – Irie Ites
24 6:21
Third World – African Woman
26 3:52
third world – feel a little better
27 3:53
Third World – Easy Street
28 5:45
Lee Perry Ft.The Congos – Congo Man

29 9:20
The Congos – Yo Yo
30 3:56
Lee Perry – Zion’s Blood
31 3:15
The Melodians – You Have Caught Me
32 2:30
John Holt – Rain From The Sky
34 3:54
John Holt « Killing Me Softly »
35 3:39
John Holt – Touch Me In The Morning
36 2:36
92. Louisa Mark – Keep It Like It Is – Lover’s Rock – Mikie Dread Tv
37 3:33
Gregory Isaacs – Bumping and Boring
38 6:33
Gregory Isaacs – Motherless Children 1980
39 6:50
Delroy Wilson – Have Some Mercy
40 3:15
Delroy Wilson – I’m Not A King
41 3:25
Delroy Wilson – Can I Change My Mind
42 3:34
Don Carlos-Better Must Come(Delroy Wilson Cover)
43 4:09
Don Carlos- Mr Sun
44 5:00
Burning Spear – Cry Blood Africans
47 2:36
Delroy Wilson – Rain From the Sky
48 3:44
Half Pint – Greetings
50 6:02
max romeo – melt away
51 6:41
Groundation – smile [official song video]
Ah, ah, ah, ah Jah-Jah-ah-u-a-u-ah (4x) We have come to cr… Ah, ah, ah, ah Jah-Jah-ah-u-a-u-ah (4x) We have come to cry, upon the hillside and why? Loaning them hearts to you and I Robbing against them, oh I Smile?Yes I, Gather upon the hillside for I, Wo-oh-oh Lord Smile?Yes I, chant upon dem hillside Whispering thoughts that rise against I Reaping over hills and boundaries Impose their thought on you and I Oh let them be a martyr, But don?t let them suffer for these chains I fear Lord They will have to linger for life Them say Smile?Yes I, Gathered upon the hillside Warring, warring, warring for them Sure they?ll be mourning, mourning Mourning for them Warrior talks on the hillside Of how the ocean use to be our home Over the man depths, the man go Leave another stone for you and I And so the Rasta a leave home Red, red, gold and green them save! Red, red, gold and green them save! Standing low, challenge the King for the thrown We were, standing tall, waiting for Babylon to fall? We cry tears of the Most High Wondering why they couldn?t love them Who loved them. Yes I Smile?Yes I, gather pon the hillside Mourning for them who use to laugh, for they They no longer see They no longer have a faith They no longer control us by a Judas lie, o-o-oh Jah Jah-Jah-ah-u-a-u-ah (2x) See the man a cry, upon them hillside and why? They shall constantly seek One of the sources of Life Smile?Yes I, gather pon the hillside? See dem, see dem, see dem, See dem, see dem, see dem, see These thoughts, gathered in m heart, Gather in my heart, gathered in heart No longer will they take a life they cannot do that No longer will it beat only in the heart of you sir, See it there, on the mountainside, Where I come from, you can?t do that You can?t do that You can?t do that
53 4:36
Peter Tosh – Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised)
54 3:51
Max Romeo-One step forward, two steps backwards
56 4:29
Jimmy Cliff – We all are one
57 5:14
Sonny Okosun – Fire in Soweto (Audio)
58 4:44
Miriam Makeba – Malaika (Audio)
South Africa’s Legendary Musical Sensation, Grammy Award Winne… South Africa’s Legendary Musical Sensation, Grammy Award Winner and United Nations Ambassador. On the continent, we simply call her Mama Africa. Malaika, nakupenda Malaika Malaika, nakupenda Malaika Ningekuoa mali we, ningekuoa dada Nashindwa na mali sina we, Ningekuoa Malaika Nashindwa na mali sina we, Ningekuoa Malaika Pesa zasumbua roho yangu Pesa zasumbua roho yangu Nami nifanyeje, kijana mwenzio Nashindwa na mali sina we Ningekuoa Malaika.Nashindwa na mali sina we Ningekuoa Malaika Kidege, hukuwaza kidege Kidege, hukuwaza kidege Ningekuoa mali we, ningekuoa dada Nashindwa na mali sina, we Ningekuoa Malaika
59 3:20
Ken Boothe – Christopher Columbus
« There was a guy from Spain, Christopher Columbus was his na… « There was a guy from Spain, Christopher Columbus was his name. Down in the west indies, is where he get his fame. A lot of black people, Went down the train. He took men like John Hawkins, To create the world’s most vivious sin. In taking a nation that was born to be free, And brought down them to captivity.. There was a guy from Spain, Christopher Columbus was his name. Down in the west indies, is where he get his fame. A lot of black people, Went down the train. On their body, you put a price, And sold them as merchandise. How can a man discover a land That was already populated by indians ? There was a guy from Spain, Christopher Columbus was his name. Down in the west indies, is where he get his fame. A lot of black people, Went down the train. » From the LP: Tyrone Taylor and Ken Boothe, 2 of a Kind, 1987
60 3:32
ben harper- burn one down lyrics
Let us burn one, from end to end. And pass is over to me my fr… Let us burn one, from end to end. And pass is over to me my friend. Burn it long, but burn it slow, to light me up before I go. If you dont like my fire, then dont come around. Cause I’m gonna burn one down. Yes I’m gonna burn one down My choice is what i chose to do; and if I’m causin no harm, it shouldn’t bother you. Your choice is who you chose to be; and if your causin to harm, then your alright with me. If you dont like my fire, then dont come around, cause I’m gona burn one down. Yes i’m gonna burn one, down. Herb the gift, from the Earth, and what’s from the earth is of the greatest worth. So before u knock it, try it first. and you’ll see it’s a blessing and it’s not a curse. If you dont like my fire, then dont come around, cause i’m gonna burn one down. Yes i’m gonna burn one. oh yeah
61 4:52
Thirld World Sun won´t shine
62 5:30
Steel Pulse – Prediction
Steel Pulse’s debut album set the band decisively apart from i… Steel Pulse’s debut album set the band decisively apart from its British colleagues. This was not, by any stretch of the imagination, either pop-reggae or lovers rock. Nor was it the kind of dreamy Rasta reggae or art-for-art’s sake dub that was popular at the time. Though the subtly jazzy swing that would later become explicit was already informing Steel Pulse’s groove, the band’s first album seemed not at all interested in generating anything like a party atmosphere. Handsworth Revolution is about politics first and religion second, with a quick nod to the dance (« Sound System ») and another to the herb (« Macka Splaff ») and not a single love lyric to be found anywhere. This gives the music a certain intellectual urgency, and the band’s instrumental virtuosity is impressive given its youth and relatively inexperience. But it also makes for a rather dry listening experience; other than « Ku Klux Klan » and the gorgeous « Prodigal Son, » there’s not much to hold onto here, melodically speaking — and even those two songs sound dry in comparison to the band’s subsequent work. Still, there’s a solidity to these tunes, a sheer tensile strength, that makes them compelling in their own Spartan way.
63 5:45
Aswad – Hulet
64 10:35
SXSW 2009 Music Video: Playing For Change – Stand By Me
65 5:08
One Love | Playing For Change | Song Around the World
66 2:42
John Lee Hooker – Hobo Blues
67 3:01
the heptones – cool rasta
68 2:43
Bunny Rugs & The Upsetters – Be Thankful (Discomix Version)
69 2:40
Hemsley Morris – Little things – Sunshot Records – Repress Rocksteady (landmacht muziekje)
70 4:57
Burundi – Khadja Nin – Mama
71 3:59
JAH SHAKA -JAH is for I and I
72 3:34
JAH SHAKA – Praises
73 4:00
JAH SHAKA – I Believe
74 6:37
THE HEPTONES – Through the Fire I come
75 6:17
The Congo’s – Fisherman
The Congos formed as the trio(3). « Ashanti » Roy Johnson (tenor… The Congos formed as the trio(3). « Ashanti » Roy Johnson (tenor) (b. Roydel Johnson, 1947, Hanover, Jamaica), Cedric Myton (falsetto) (b. 1947, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica), and Watty Burnett (baritone) (b.early 1950s, Port Antonio, Jamaica).[1][2] Myton had previously been a member of The Tartans in the late 1960s (along with Prince Lincoln Thompson, Devon Russell and Lindburgh Lewis), and Ras Michael’s group, and had recorded with Thompson’s Royal Rasses in the mid-1970s.[3][4] He formed the Congos, initially as a duo with Johnson, recording the single « At the Feast » for Lee « Scratch » Perry.[1] Perry expanded the group to a trio with the addition of Burnett, this line-up recording the classic roots reggae album Heart of the Congos in 1977 at Perry’s Black Ark studio.[1] The album featured illustrious backing singers such as Gregory Isaacs, The Meditations, and Barry LLewellyn and Earl Morgan of The Heptones.[4] The album has been described as « the most consistently brilliant album of Scratch’s entire career ».[5] Perry’s previous productions by Max Romeo and Junior Murvin had been huge commercial successes thanks to a deal with Island Records, but Perry was in dispute with Island at the time the Congos’ album was finished, so it was released on his own Black Ark label, limiting its success overseas, and causing a rift with the group.[1] The Congos went their own way, organizing a limited pressing of the album themselves. United Kingdom label Go Feet eventually reissued the album in 1980, and although the group had recorded new material since leaving Perry, Heart of the Congos proved a hard act to follow and their other releases suffered as a consequence. Albums such as Congo Ashanti were sparser and sounded ordinary compared to Perry’s kitchen-sink-and-all massive productions. Burnett quit the group, soon followed by Johnson, who embarked on a solo career. Myton continued to record as The Congos with various other musicians until the mid-1980s. In the mid-1990s, The Congos reformed, with Myton and Burnett joined by Lindburgh Lewis, several albums following in subsequent years.[1] In 2005 Myton recorded Give Them the Rights with a host of backup singers and star session players such as Sly and Robbie and Earl « Chinna » Smith, very much in the spiritual 70s roots vein. In 2006, the UK reggae revival label Blood and Fire released the album Fisherman Style featuring a remixed version of the classic cut « Fisherman » from Heart of the Congos plus such legends as Horace Andy, Big Youth, Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo, Luciano, Freddie McGregor, Gregory Isaacs, Max Romeo, Mykal Rose, Dean Fraser, Sugar Minott, and U-Roy doing their own new versions over the original rhythm.[6][7] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Congos
76 5:45
Lee Perry Ft.The Congos – Congo Man
77 2:47
Horace Andy-you are my angel
78 5:25
skylarking – horace andy
79 4:46
Toure Kunda – Ne Nam
80 5:22
Land of Anaka- Geoffrey Oryema
Habib Koite & Bamada – Cigarette Abana
Habib Koité – kanawa
83 6:11
ቴዲ አፍሮ Teddy Afro: Nigeregn Kalishgn [HD]
84 6:11
ቴዲ አፍሮ Teddy Afro: Nigeregn Kalishgn [HD]
ቴዲ አፍሮ ; real name: Tewodros Kassahun, in Amharic: ቴዎድሮስ ካሳሁን) is a popular Ethiopian singer. In 2001, Teddy released his debut album, Abugida, named after the Abugida syllabary of the Ge’ez language. Several tracks quickly caught the ear of many listeners in Ethiopia – Halie Selassie, a tribute to the late Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I; Haile, Haile, a single in honor of the Olympic long distance champion Haile Selassie; and Mona Lisa, a song about the measure of human beauty. His second album, Yaste seryal, was released in 2005. The release of this album coincided with elevated political tension in Ethiopia surrounding the Ethiopian general election, 2005. His politically and socially inspired songs vibrated a call for unity and peace. However, some of his songs were not welcomed by the supporters of the government. In his latest song dedicated to the Ethiopian Millennium and entitled Musika Heiwete(Music is My Life), the renowned Ethiopian popular singer, Teddy Afro (Theodros Kassahun) traces the genealogy of his music to classical Zema or chant compositions of St. Yared, the great Ethiopian composer, choreographer and poet, who lived in Aksum almost 1500 years ago. Teddy, who is widely known for his songs mixed with reggae rhythms and local sounds, heart warming and enlightening lyrics, shoulder shaking and foot stomping beats, blends his latest offering with sacred musical terms, such as Ge’ez, Izil, and Ararary, terms coined by St. Yared to represent the three main Zema compositions. In so doing, he is echoing the time tested and universalized tradition of modernity that has been pioneered and institutionalized by Yared. Teddy seems to realize the importance of seeking a new direction in Ethiopian popular music by consciously establishing links to the classical and indigenous tradition of modernity of St. Yared. In other words, Teddy Afro is setting an extraordinary example of reconfiguring and contributing to contemporary musical tradition based on Yared’s Zema.
85 5:56
ቴዲ አፍሮ Teddy Afro: BOB MarLey [HD]
86 3:25
Bob Marley Three little birds HD (Original)
Dont worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right. Singin: dont worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right! Rise up this mornin, Smiled with the risin sun, Three little birds Pitch by my doorstep Singin sweet songs Of melodies pure and true, Sayin, (this is my message to you-ou-ou:) Singin: dont worry bout a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right. Singin: dont worry (dont worry) bout a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right! Rise up this mornin, Smiled with the risin sun, Three little birds Pitch by my doorstep Singin sweet songs Of melodies pure and true, Sayin, this is my message to you-ou-ou: Singin: dont worry about a thing, worry about a thing, oh! Every little thing gonna be all right. dont worry! Singin: dont worry about a thing – I wont worry! cause every little thing gonna be all right. Singin: dont worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right – I wont worry! Singin: dont worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right. Singin: dont worry about a thing, oh no! cause every little thing gonna be all right!
87 3:12
jacob miller love is a message
88 4:18
Teddy Afro by Betty
♫♪ Dawn Penn – You Don’t Love Me (No,No,No) (Original) ♫♪
..(¯`v´¯) ♥.`•.¸.•´ ♥ ♥ ¸.•´¸.•´¨) ¸.•*¨) (¸.•´♥ (¸.•´ .•… ..(¯`v´¯) ♥.`•.¸.•´ ♥ ♥ ¸.•´¸.•´¨) ¸.•*¨) (¸.•´♥ (¸.•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`•.♥ Old Skool Reggae. Big up all Jamaicans & Reggae music lovers worldwide Jamaica Kingston Sweet Reggae Music.
90 8:26
Glen Brown & Ranking Joe – Destiny – Unity Sound Records 2002 – Digi Roots
91 6:19
The Congos – Congoman Chant
92 3:43
Ken Boothe – Is It Because I’m Black
93 2:53
John Holt – I’m The One To Blame.wmv
94 3:17
Yabby You – Conquering Lion
95 4:30
Garnett Silk – Oh Me Oh My
96 3:33
Garnett Silk – Mystic Chant
97 10:00
Tribute To Cedella Marley Booker  » Bob Marley’s Mother »
The mother of all mothers, the family thats bless with the grace of prophecy. cedella Marley Booker, Bobs mother who gave birth to the king, the blessed and sended ONE ROBERT NESTA MARLEY feature artist onn the tribute video in order or: TU PAC – Dear Mama GARNET SILK – Mama (accapella) BOB MARLEY – Guava Jelly Medley (its on the album songs of freedom) GARNET SILK – Mama THE MELODY MAKERS « STEPHEN MARLEY – Mama BOB MARLEY – High Tide or Low Tide SIZZLA – Thank You Mama WARRIOR KING – Mama Remix BOB MARLY – No Woman No Cry TU PAC – Dear Mama BOYZ 2 MEN – Song For Mama BOB MARLEY- No Woman No Cry TERRY LINEN – Thank You Mama BOB MARLEY – Rastaman Chant
98 4:40
Ever Eternal – Cedella Marley
99 3:44
Bob Marley’s Father
Wow I’m surprised that so many people didn’t know his father was white. But it doesn’t even matter, because Bob Marley stood for one love, and for all of the people debating on race should just listen to his music and appreciate WHAT HE STOOD FOR. All this hate and discrimination is what bob Marley hated « Until the color of a man’s skin Is of no more significance than the color of his eyes Me say war » -Robert Nesta Marley song: where is my mother by Bob Marley and the wailers
100 4:47
FlipSurf 2008.1 – Congo Ashanti – JackPot

C’est à ces hommes de Babylone que celui qui est de mon espèce ne devra pas attacher son cœur. C’est à Zion et à ces prairies multicolores, en ces lionnes fugitives que le lion devra croire.
Si je porte en moi cette joie du chercheur, cette joie qui pousse vers l’inconnu, s’il y a dans ma joie une joie utopique… Il vaut la peine de vivre sur la terre, un jour une fête en compagnie des lionnes m’a suffi pour aimer Zion.