History Of Reggae The music of reggae was born in the West Indies on all known island of Jamaica. In 1930 was born in Jamaica national liberation anti-colonial movement, one of its forms was rastafaraystvo. The leader of the struggle for independence and the rights of blacks Marcus Le Havre, based on the Bible and said that the Negroes of Jamaica will save us from the oppression of the white one great black leader from Africa. And then in 1930 was held the coronation of Ras Tafari, and those who believed in the prophecy Le Havre to believe that it came to pass. He was recognized as a living god, and those who believed in him became known as Rastafarians. Rastafarians do not eat meat, do not smoke tobacco, do not drink wine, and salt. Their hair was long, like sticks, that they think are the antennas in the spiritual world. What is reggae? Some believe that this trend in music as something to do with a torn ragged rhythm whose name - Regid rhythm. Or "reggae" - the Negro race, which existed in Tanganyika and speak Bantu languages. The most important event in the history of reggae music was the birth of Robert Nesta Marley, known for now as Bob Marley, who was born of a simple Jamaican woman and a child wanted to do singing. And only in 1963, Marley formed his own band, 'Wailers' which includes also two of his friends - Neaill O'Reilly Livingston who had the nickname Benny Ueyler, and Hubert McIntosh is now known as Peter Tosh. Around the mid-70's, these musicians are disconnected from Bob Marley and continued his career independently, and Bob Marley, in turn, joined the movement of Rastafarians. After incredible performances Marley in the U.S. it was called the "king of reggae," he...
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