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Reggae arose in Jamaica in the late 1960s, when local musicians tried to adapt the American R & B, which was heard on the radio, to the characteristics of Caribbean rhythmics. Most often reggae is characterized by a measured sound. The basis of the composition is built around the bass guitar, electric guitar, percussion, electro organ, and sometimes a group of wind instruments are also used. Finding the right rhythm for a reggae musician is very important - his music should create "positive vibrations". Since the mid-1970s reggae style has become a worldwide cultural phenomenon, connected not only with music, but also with a certain worldview. The religion of reggae musicians is rastafarianism, based on universal equality and brotherhood, which should be achieved not by a revolutionary, but by a spiritual path. For personal improvement and reconciliation with the surrounding Rastamans resort to smoking marijuana, which in Jamaica is called the grass of wisdom. Rastamans have their own colors - a combination of red, yellow and green, and a characteristic hairstyle - dreadlocks, which "are antennas in the spiritual world." The world of reggae is very diverse - it ranges from a simple unadorned reggae performed by Lee "Scratch" Perry to the variety, "smoothed" version of Elton Ellis. But the king and classic of reggae movement has always been and remains Bob Marley. Other vivid representatives are Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Damian Marley, Sizza, Shaggy, CJ Lewis, as well as the famous "5'Nizza" group in the post-Soviet space. Every weekday is a new playlist in the "Genre of the Day" rubric. Here and in our telegram-channel:
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 Dennis Brown - Revolution (04:30, 320Kb/s)
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 Culture - Two Sevens Clash (03:28, 320Kb/s)
 Dennis Brown - Westbound Train (03:09, 320Kb/s)
 Jacob Miller - Tenement Yard (02:34, 320Kb/s)
 Peter Tosh - Mama Africa (03:56, 320Kb/s)
 Dennis Brown - How Could I Leave (04:58, 192Kb/s)
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