Reggae: The Story of Jamaican Music – BBC Documentary | SeMeN SPeRmS SuPeR SiTe
"Reggae: The Story of Jamaican Music" was an impressive documentary made by director Mike Connolly for the BBC. It was originally shown in 2002 and the documentary traces the evolution of Reggae Music from Mento and Ska, all the way up to Roots, Dub, and Dancehall. The film traces the story of how Jamaica conquered the world through its music. With interviews and commentary from reggae legends this is well worth investing some of your time in watching. Interviews include Buju Banton, Shaggy, Sly and Robbie, Capleton, Max Romero, Bunny Wailer, Jimmy Cliff, Gregory Isaacs, and many many more. The documentary has been hard to find in recent years, and doesn't get too many repeats, so it was with great pleasure that we found it had been made available to watch online. We have aggregated it into 3 parts below……so enjoy! 1/ TRAIN TO SKAVILLE The early roots of reggae music, and its rise to popularity. How the music was used to recount experiences and songs of social commentary were written.
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