Reggae incorporates some of the musical elements of rhythm andblues and jazz.
Bob Marley had a total of 14 children. A few of his children'snames are Ziggy, Stephen, Damien, Sharon, and Rohan.
'I Shot the Sheriff' was written by Bob Marley.
Mento, Rocksteady, & Ska are Jamaican Music's that were precursors to Reggae. All of which were heavily influenced by American Music such as Blues, R&B, Jazz, Rock and even Country music blended with Gospel & traditional African Riddim's, Religion & Culture.
A style of Jamaican popular music blending blues, calypso, and rock-'n'-roll, characterized by a strong syncopated rhythm and lyrics of social protest.
So you can shake your a*s and dance, while smoking weed at the beach !! It's party music ( and more...) from Jamaica!
Definately Three Little Birds. "don't worry about a thing" and so on...
The singer is Devonte, and the song is called "Whatever", on "Police in helicopter" riddim.
because it is a very similar sound to his? I'm just assuming here. was actually by Bobby Mc Ferrin
Bob Marley & The Wailers "Babylon By Bus" is the greatest live album ever produced in my opinion. Some of the lesser known "unreleased" Live shows are great as well. Look for The Wailers Live at the Record Plant in Sausalito California. It was a live show recored at a studio in front of 4 or 5...
If the question is "Where Should reggae be played?" the Answer is...Everywhere on earth. Joe Higgs (The man who taught Bob Marley & Peter Tosh to sing & play guitar) once said "A traditional reggae should be accepted everywhere in the world." he continued to list the universal theme's of reggae...
The person who shot and attempted to kill Bob Marley remains nameless to this day. It is believed that one of the culprits was killed by local people who discovered his involvement, the others are still unkown. The theft of marijuana is considered an unlikely motivation, as the gunmen's actions...
Bob Marley died on the 11th May 1981 from melanoma, which started in his big toe, and spread to the rest of his body. Jah RastafarI
Marley was ill before the charity match in '77
it is basically about how there is only really one love because you only have one heart, and you should just get out there no matter what people think of you.
Bob Marley was buried in St. Ann Jamaica on May 21, 1981.
How to right a song a song is a mixture of feelings and beats think about something extreme
It is a type of Dance you do to Reggae Music.
Nesta Robert " Bob " Marley , (6 February 1945 - 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. He was the rhythm guitarist and lead singer for the ska, rocksteady and reggae bands The Wailers (1964-1974) and Bob Marley & The Wailers (1974-1981). Marley remains the most widely known...
he go to school but he dont have a college digree
The Six Pointed star represents Rastafari & the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
found out the name of the s0ng .... Don Omar - Hasta Abajo .. :) finally!!
yes! one time in london, england way, way early in his music carrer.
He showed the world that it doesn't matter who you are
a lot. but not enough to kill him because hes still alive.
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Sean paul is both regeae and he is a hardcore rapper for the youngbloodz and yes he is married SEAN PAUL SUCKS! BOB MARLEY IS THE GREATEST REGAE PERSON IN THE WORLD EVER XX so there/ PS Sean p is NOT hardcore, he is soft core.
Gregory Isaacs' - Petty Robber is track #2 on The Album "Boom Shot" from 1991, released by Sanachie Records
I would say Desmond Dekker, but some would say Bob Marley.
proble at his mammy who has given bith to him and she would of chosen it
Don't think so!! Quite the opposite!! He had a lot of women and children.
There names are: Yamilette, Jessaleys, and Jeremy
Drums & Bass are the primary instruments driving "Da Riddim" & holding the melody. Guitars, Percussion, Organ, Piano, Melodica's, Horns & Vocals add sweetness to the track. Any instrument can be used in Reggae. Synthesizer & MPC Sampler's have been used a lot recently in the modern dancehall style.
After Peter Tosh & Bunny Wailer left The Wailers in 1974, the group became known as Bob Marley and the Wailers. The Backup Singers in Bob Marley and The Wailers were known as the I-Three's. The I-Three's Consisted of Judy Mowatt, Rita Marley, & Marcia Griffiths.
it means kings music that is the definition
Bob Marley primarily played a Gibson Les Paul Jr. Custom Gold Top for his Electric Guitar & an Ovation acoustic Guitar when needed.
Yes, they both divorced in 1968 because Rita cheated on Bob first. Rita claims that it was only Bob doing the cheating but that is not true information. When Bob found out that Cedella wasn't his, he decided to divorce Rita. People should understsnd that Rita is a jezebel lying witch.
bam bhole natha ..he mahadev Sung By Jai Uttal Not Bob Marley.....
rita streich was married to dieter berger and they had a son
Because I assume it was a very tasty drug
He ended his formal education at Stephney All-Age School in Nine Miles at age 14 and apprenticed with a welder..
"Marley's education consisted of ordinary schooling until the age of 14 and then an intense introduction to music, Rastafarianism (with its political and cultural components) in...
Because the Sheriff was aiming his way.. so he shot ,he shot, he shot him dowwwn=)
no, the original song was sung by a duo called "Reel 2 Real". the remix version, which appears on madagascar, is sung by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, who plays the character of King Julien
Bob Marley sang about freedom and was the first Jamaican to be so famous internationally
This beautiful phrase means you must live the life you have rather than the life you only want.Act as you act.Dont act different from who you already are just to get the special treatment , you may not know it but people will even stop liking you.Dont curse because it is "cool".Live...
Daddy Yankees hair is what started out as the original blowout. Not what most people know as the blowout of today which is spikey hair. The original blowout which is a short ceaser cut with a blowout on the sides and back has been around for a loooong time and is very popular in the puerto rican and...
Elvis Presley recorded significantly more songs than Bob Marley.
One drop, steppers, and rockers.
Bob Marley went to All Age Stepney School (AASS) in his home village, Nine Miles. He left school though at the age of 14 to pursue his musical career, or "his calling."
Born: 6 February 1945 .
Birthplace: St. Ann's Parish, Jamaica .
Died: 11 May 1981 (cancer) .
Best Known As : The reggae hero who did "Get Up, Stand Up" .
Bob Marley was the world's first reggae superstar. He was part of the Jamaican group The Wailers, along with reggae greats Bunny Livingston...
To represent his American and Jamaican background.
Some of my favorite Reggaeton songs right now (June 2009) are....
1. Reggaeton Latino- Don Omar.
2. Paso a Paso- La Hill.
3. Amor- Baby Ranks.
4. Felina- Hector Y Tito.
5. Tu- Nicky Jam.
6. Causa Y Efecto- Paulina Rubio Featuring Angel Y Khriz.
7. Que Tengo Que Hacer- Daddy Yankee Featuring Jowell...
Seeing as he may stay indoors quite a bit (since he sleeps all day it says in his new song, which would lack his vitamin D levels), most likely was fed baby formula (which the cows milk would introduce new proteins that the body's immune system would be unable to handle at such a young age), while...
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The Bob Marley song, Three Little Birds, means don't worry at all because everything will be all right. If something bad is happening it will end up turn out better.
yes he did but he always said that it was for religuos perpouses only and that it made you think
Bob Marley did not keep his use of marijuana a secret by any means. When he finally succumbed to cancer and was buried near his birthplace, a Cannabis bud among other things was placed inside of his coffin with him.
the answer is in your vocal cords
Di bob Marley ever sing "i shot the sheriff"?
Bob Marley....Could you be loved
i dont know . Just Google it . (: .
"Celia" - Toots & the Maytals!!!
Yes ,he was married to paula
i not the one to judge but http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Frankie_Laine - http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/I_Believe_(1953_song ) 1953 (18 weeks) has been the longest number one song the longest the second is Bryan Adams ever thing i do i do it for you for 16 weeks and third place is wet wet wet love...
yes, Rita Marley and his dad, Bob Marley
He was a supporter of anti racism, discrimination etc. Peace wasnt uncommon in his songs. Once he was shot and the following day he played at a gig despite being recommended not to and he said roughly All the bad people in the world who aretrying to make the world a worse place never take a day off...
Toots never created reggae nor was he in trench town when Ras Cardo and his brethrens created it in 1962. Toots and his friends were never in trench town, nor even close to the yards where Ras Cardo and his brethrens used to congregate. Like Jimmy Cliff and others whom the media has mislead into...
they sang HOLD YA HEAD ...
There is no indication that any large number of educated people believe Bob Marley performed this song at any time. The previous answer stated that Bobby McFerrin did, which is correct. It also stated that Bob had his 'own version of it' which is incorrect. The only similarity in any way shape or...
He did not get a brain tumor. He had gotten cancer on his toe which then spread around his body.
You would get a raggea parody-er, or a person in Jamaica who parodys raggea songs.
Daddy Yankee is a member of the Almighty Latin King & Queen Nation he is NOT a Sureno....The Rappers below are apart of the Surenos gang..... Mr. Capone-E Mr. Criminal Lil Rob Payaso Ms. Krazie(Surena) Midget Loco Conejo Jasper Baby Jokes
No. For a example of Ragtime music listen to "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin, for raggae try "Jammin," by Bob Marley.