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JULIAN MARLEY, REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Julian Marley is an accomplished lead guitarist, following the footsteps of his brother Ziggy and of course defunct father Bob (RIP). He offers great energy with dancing and swindling his long locks as well as vocals that would make Bob proud. 88 more words

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JULIAN MARLEY, REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Julian Marley, though reserved, gladly posed with Wolof Times reporters Bunaama Diagne and Sunny Moore.

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DANIEL BAMBAATA MARLEY, REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Rising star Daniel Bambaata Marley (Ziggy’s son) was in attendance of the Festival as a spectator and in support of his uncle Julian Marley, the main act who performed with his “Uprising Band”. 27 more words

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BLACK UHURU, REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Reggae legendary Band “Black Uhuru” performed with original member Derrick “Duckie” Simpson who hasn’t lost a step in his vocal delivery and radical political message. Newer member Andrew Bees is doing a great job filling voids left by the departure of Mykal Rose and Junior Reid with great vocals. 51 more words

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JAHGUN & REGGAE MOTION, REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Jahgun & Reggae Motion did a great job opening the festival and set the tone with Jahgun (Originally from Brazil) delighting the crowd with his singjay style while Reggae Motion backed him with great sound and vocals. 42 more words

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REGGAE PON THE MOUNTAIN, TOPANGA CANYON (CA), AUGUST 16TH 2014

Reggae Pon The Mountain took place in Topanga Canyon, seemingly isolated and remote area yet somewhat close to the Valley, Venice, Santa Monica and Malibu areas. 154 more words

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Arménio Canais, Amor a Dois Fados (Efapel, 2014 probably)

Fado is the traditional music of Coimbra, a cool old university city in the middle of Portugal. It was largely invented by male students and so is mainly about women, and why they won’t sleep with me. 103 more words

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