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128,423.  Reggae has a philosophy, you know?  It's not just entertainment.  There's an idea behind it, a way of life behind the music, which is a positive way of life, which is a progressive way of life for better people.  Ziggy Marley  

 

 

128,424.  Reggae, oh man.  It's the ultimate music.  The positivity.  The musicality.  The whole cultural expressionism of it.  The danceability.  Just the cool factor.  The melody factor.  Some of it comes from a religious place.  If there were a competition of who makes the best religious music, it would definitely be the Rastafarian reggae.  Lupe Fiasco  

 

 

128,425.  I really like the reggar concepts like the culture vibe.  They speak on everything that's going on, they don't have limits.  They speak on politics, they speak on life, they speak on the troubles of poverty, everything.  The message, the melodies and the concepts of reggae music are unbelievable.  Sean Kingston

 

 

128,426.  Reggae is vile.  Morrissey, attributed  

 

 

128,427.  Music is creation.  In reggae the lyric, the music itself, arrangement, that vibe, such melody – everything within the music moves the people, understand?  Burning Spear

 

 

46,406.  Robert Nesta Marley was born on 6th February 1945.  (Music & Raggae)  Marley 2012 starring Bob Marley, director Kevin Macdonald

 

46,407.  ‘I became known as reggae but it started off as Ska.’  (Music & Raggae)  ibid.  Chris Blackwell, founder Island Records

 

46,408.  The Wailers’ first single Simmer Down was released in 1964.  (Music & Raggae)  ibid.

 

46,409.  1964: A Teenager In Love – The Wailers had numerous top ten hits in Jamaica but were still unknown abroad.  (Music & Raggae)  ibid.

 

46,410.  Bob had eleven children from seven different relationships.  (Music & Raggae)  ibid.

 

46,411.  Bob died on 11th May 1981.  He was 36 years old.  (Music & Raggae)  ibid.

 

46,412.  ‘I don't really have no ambition you know.  I only have one thing I’d really like to see happen: I’d like to see Mankind live together.’  (Music & Ambition & Raggae)  ibid.  Bob

 

 

77,011.  My music will go on forever.  Maybe it’s a fool say that, but when me know facts me can say facts.  My music will go on forever.  (Immortality & Music & Reggae)  Bob Marley  

 

 

82,327.  We’re jamming.  I want to jam it with you.  We’re jamming.  Jamming.  And I hope you like jamming too.  (Music & Reggae)  Bob Marley, Jamming

 

 

99,935.  One of the most commercially successful bands of all time.  Over 70 million records sold.  30 years of sold-out world tours.  Still performing after four decades as two separate bands.  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & 1980s & Reggae)  Promises & Lies: The Story of UB40, BBC 2016

 

99,936.  ‘The music on the streets was reggae.’  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Reggae)  ibid.  Ali

 

99,937.  ‘Seeing Bob Marley live: he came to Birmingham.’  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Reggae)  ibid. 

 

99,938.  With their own record label the band release their second album, 'Present Arms' and the single 'One in Ten'.  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & 1980s & Reggae)  ibid.  caption

 

 

99,939.  ‘We were overdrawn and mortgaged to the hilt … Record royalties: we never got them … I started asking questions … How come we were getting so little? … (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Fraud & Reggae)  ibid.  Ali

 

99,940.  ‘The trail of where the money went: we couldn’t find it.’  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Fraud & Reggae)  ibid.  new management    

 

99,941.  ‘They still toured as if they were an arena band … A lot of it was wasted cost.’  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Fraud & Reggae)  ibid.    

 

99,942.  ‘There was a lot of stuff going down … I still don’t know what happened to the money … I ended up having to leave.’  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Fraud & Reggae)  ibid.  Ali  

 

99,943.  In February 2008, after almost 30 years, Ali Campbell leaves UB40.  (Music & Birmingham & Pop Music & Reggae)  ibid.  caption

 

 

128,420.  This is a film that started with a funeral.  The funeral of Pauline Celestine Martin whose favourite colour was red.  She’d come from Jamaica in 1962 and died here in south London leaving her grandchildren and children behind.  Her eldest son Steve, also known as Blacker, was someone I’d featured in a student documentary when we were both 19.  (Black Culture & Reggae)  Being Blacker, BBC 2019

 

128,421.  The cortege travelled past significant places in the family’s life including the iconic record shop Blacker had had in Brixton or 21 years.  (Black Culture & Reggae)  ibid.

 

128,422.  Blacker went on to become a hugely successful reggae producer with his own label, Black Dread Music.  (Black Culture & Reggae)  ibid.

 

128,428.  The judge sentenced Blacker to two and a half years, and in his summing up dismissed him as a failure.  (Black Culture & Reggae)  ibid.

 

 

131,569.  ‘The seeds for what we take for granted – this multicultural society that we live in now – they were really formed on the dancefloor back in the day in the late 60s and early 70s.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records, Sky Arts 2019

 

131,570.  Chapter 1: The Trojan: Let’s go to Jamaica: one of the bigger islands …’Kingston was, was fun, ya know, much lovin’ in Jamaica.  Then till them start migrating to England, here.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.    

 

131,571.  Between 1955 and 1963 over 100,000 people emigrated from Jamaica to Great Britain.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.  caption     

 

131,572.  David Betteridge: Island & Trojan Records: ‘We were a Jamaican music company.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.         

 

131,573:  Millie: My Boy Lollipop … Dandy: Rudy, A Message to You … The Maytals: 54-46 Was My Number … Derek Morgan: Seven Letters … Desmond Decker and the Aces: 007 … The Harry J All Stars: Liquidator … Untouchables: Tighten Up … Lee Perry …      (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,574:  In 1968 the same year Trojan Records is founded, MP Enoch Powell reacts to rising levels of Immigration and addresses the nation.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,575.  A new Vibration is emerging in Jamaica and Trojan begins importing records to sell to a growing market in the UK.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,576.  While mainstream radio will not play Trojan records, pirate radio beings broadcasting Jamaican music.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,577.  Trojan skinhead culture is sweeping through the UK and a new market for Jamaican music is emerging.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,578.  Between March and June 1969 Desmond Decker’s The Israelites sells over a million records.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.