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lankou wrote:Lady Saw has recorded some nice gospel tunes in a very able way, one is Incline Thine Ears on Penthouse.
It seems that Tanya Stephens has done so as well, like Nadine Sutherland. and Toots 's daughters(one is very popular in the caribbean gospel scene, where she duets with her husband).
Same for Richie Stephens, Mikey Spice.
Some artists that went born again: Lt Stitchie, Papa San, Judy Mowatt, Jr Tucker, Crissy D, Chevelle Franklyn.
A lot of tunes from the 60's and early 70's contain biblical quotes without being rasta-oriented, though some people sometimes trytomake them pass off as rasta songs to suit their own agenda, but that's another story.
he is constantly trying to be something he is not
To me, Rasta is the soul of reggae. Not only is reggae music spiritual, it is also rebellious and dreadful. Music with a purpose.
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