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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Carassius » Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:56 pm

What's the tune he is playing now?
chorus goes like this : "jah jah jah jah jah the only i say" "jah jah jah jah jah the almighty one i praise"
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby skunkride » Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:56 pm

Not sure exactly why but it feels quite sad to see this
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby KingSimeonSound » Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:12 pm

Joe Pilgrim - Holy One (Zer-I-Deres) 7"

Kinda know what you feel skunkride, but there are many things inevitable.. and it is nothing new.
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Carassius » Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:26 pm

Thanks Simeon

Why sad? cause it's hypercommercial?
If that's the reason i can surely relate yet many sounds say it's all about opening audiences eyes to the message of the roots & culture. But alot of those sounds only play for crowds who already know that message. This is a place where people who don't know about it might pick up something.
To you it might seem like Shaka compromises, to me it seems like he delivers his message wherever, whenever, for the masses to hear...
Ofcourse it's incredible commercial. But if there wasn't any roots or dub sound in there, some would complain that there is no platform for roots on such events...
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby mark b » Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:38 pm

With the present sad situation in enland at the moment,iam surprised M15 and the old bill haven't hit him with a pincher movement yet.
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby John Eden » Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:43 pm

lots of comments from young people on twitter about how great Shaka is. Job done, I reckon.

I caught some of it and reckon it was pretty good. Odd vibes visually, but a great soundtrack to putting the shopping away. :D
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Robin » Fri Nov 15, 2013 12:47 pm

job done, thats it john. big up shaka for doing this. i personnaly dont rellay care if its hyper-commercial or not. question is did it raise more interest for redbull or the words of jahovia? And yesterday, the message was clear, one more time (delivered through rent man, sinners repent, also help them jah, god is a man, kunte kinte, warrior style, holy one, chant, rush out, jahovia, the vibe, etc..)
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby dougie conscious » Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:54 pm

is there a download link
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby mark b » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:00 pm

Skunkride,why did you delete your post? it was fair coment
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby skunkride » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:18 pm

It's still there...
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby dan i dubdub » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:37 pm

John Eden wrote:lots of comments from young people on twitter about how great Shaka is. Job done, I reckon.

I caught some of it and reckon it was pretty good. Odd vibes visually, but a great soundtrack to putting the shopping away. :D


+1 John & Carassius. I agree. I think there are a lot of young people in Britain who are actually ready for the fullness and integrity of reggae music right now. They just need to hear it delivered straight from the heart and Shaka is, yet again, the one to bridge the generations. I don't see why he shouldn't do this kind of weird gig. I am sure it will have been a memorable kind of 21st century gig for him, certainly a lot easier than playing at loads of festivals.
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Baba Jonah » Sat Nov 16, 2013 12:54 am

I missed the stream, and I guess a few other heads did. Fear not, heres the upload off Talawa, respect to all involved, and for Stepping Razor for the upload:

http://www.talawa.fr/media#/jah-shaka-l ... ive--NHJSc
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Baba Jonah » Sat Nov 16, 2013 1:01 am

Dani Dub Dub - 'fullness and integrity'? Maybe in the tunes, and maybe its just me being me, but theres not much integrity in the London scene I play gigs and people seem to get bored, or simply not support. I cant understand it, I try my best to be cool to people, and be nice, and represent solid tuff tunes when I play, but I just continually get vexed over the treatment I receive from venues, promoters and even certain heads in the scene, without naming names you know who you are - wheres the love? And what have I done to you to annoy you? I know I'm not the most socialable person but I'm proper depressed over the scene in London and politics and b u ll s h it I seem to encounter in certain dances and to be honest I'm over it.

I cant wait to finish my little mini sound so I can just bypass all this bollocks and just wheel it out and play in parks, house parties and skateparks without all the politik madness.

Forward to all the true rootsmen and women out there you know who you are and all the snakes are gonna fade away as Junior sung once.

I look forward to coming to Reading / Oxford someday to check your sessions with Robb, safe. :D
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby Baba Jonah » Sat Nov 16, 2013 1:04 am

And to the BAF mods, I stopped using the name Baba Jonah a few years ago, if you see this could you update my username to Jah Echo? Bless.

Sorry for the thread hi jack but I dont want to start a thread on this, I think this Shaka / Red Bull link up is an appropriate thread for this sort of talk, due to the controversy some people associate with, what was it? yeah, 'hypercommercialism'.

If I've confused any of you overseas heads, just ignore me. Bless.
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Re: jah shaka red bull london eye 14 November

Postby message_music » Sat Nov 16, 2013 2:31 am

Baba Jonah wrote:Dani Dub Dub - 'fullness and integrity'? Maybe in the tunes, and maybe its just me being me, but theres not much integrity in the London scene I play gigs and people seem to get bored, or simply not support. I cant understand it, I try my best to be cool to people, and be nice, and represent solid tuff tunes when I play, but I just continually get vexed over the treatment I receive from venues, promoters and even certain heads in the scene, without naming names you know who you are - wheres the love? And what have I done to you to annoy you? I know I'm not the most socialable person but I'm proper depressed over the scene in London and politics and b u ll s h it I seem to encounter in certain dances and to be honest I'm over it.

I cant wait to finish my little mini sound so I can just bypass all this bollocks and just wheel it out and play in parks, house parties and skateparks without all the politik madness.

Forward to all the true rootsmen and women out there you know who you are and all the snakes are gonna fade away as Junior sung once.

I look forward to coming to Reading / Oxford someday to check your sessions with Robb, safe. :D


I actually agree with this.... strange strange cats in the scene..... show no love and only dish out hate. Tired of these bad vibes within the scene. ... big up shaka for promoting the ting. He has flown the flag for rootsand done the scene proud. Breakong barriers even now. Gwaan shaka.
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