Category: Curiosities

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Hippies: Crazy or Genius?

Inside the New Age Hippie Movement: Sky Life went to the California Desert in Twentynine Palms for the annual yoga
09/05/2021
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A Day in the Life of a Modern Hippie

Taiah Tripp made a video that shows a day in the life of a modern day hippie, which she considers
30/04/2021
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Inside America’s Largest Hippie Commune

The Rainbow Family of Living Light is a worldwide countercultural movement of hippies, living by the Native American prophesy that
22/04/2021
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The Best Documentary To Understand The Hippies

David Hoffman is the responsible for a TV series made for PBS called “Making Sense of the Sixties”. He spent a
12/04/2021
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Tony – The Jamaican Sound System Builder

Episode 7 of “Made in Jamaica” series talks about Tony, a Jamaican sound system builder. Tony Myers, co founder of the
04/04/2021
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Word, Sound and Power – a Jamaican Reggae Documentary

The YouTube channel “La Casa del Reggae” has a documentary that we recommend. It’s called “Word, Sound and Power” and
30/03/2021
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Issue of Faith: Holding on to Jah

We found a 2-episodes docu-series that will inform, educate and entertain viewers with the different expressions of the Rastafari Spirituality.
29/03/2021
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Haile Selassie: The Pillar of a Modern Ethiopia

On CGTN Africa’s YouTube channel you can find a video about Haile Selassie named “Faces Of Africa – Haile Selassie: The
18/03/2021
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The Best Documentary To Understand The Hippies

David Hoffman is what you can call a hippies specialist. “I am very proud of the TV series I made
17/03/2021
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America’s Lawless Desert: Slab City documentary

There’s a documentary on Real Stories’ YouTube channel about Slab City. It portraits the region where people leaves freely, with
16/03/2021
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Sinai: Inside the UK’s most versatile sound system

Sinai is one of the UK’s most versatile sound systems. Deep Medi, Tectonic Recordings and Young Echo are some of
27/02/2021
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Musical Training Gives the Brain an Advantage, Says New Study

A new study showed that musical training in general led to greater functional connectivity between the regions of the brain.
15/02/2021
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The Story of Dub and Sound System Culture

Dub is an experimental and influential Jamaican music genre that grew out of reggae in the 60s. The style consists
13/02/2021
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How Maluma’s love of Bob Marley led him to Jamaica

If it wasn’t for a seven-day trip to Jamaica, Maluma may have stopped singing. The reggaeton star traveled there in
09/02/2021
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Musician invited to play for reggae and jazz-loving cows

English piano player Ben Waters was invited to a farm close to Dorset to perform for cows to help them
08/02/2021
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SOUNDSYSTEM CULTURE: Get to know Channel One

Analogue Foundation’s YouTube channel brought together Classic Album Sunday’s Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy and Channel One Sound System – one of
05/02/2021
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Shaggy Explains Why ‘It Wasn’t Me’ As You Know It Almost Didn’t Exist

About 21 years ago, Shaggy tried to give away his song, “It Wasn’t Me,” to another recording artist because at
01/02/2021
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The Real Meaning Behind “Slow Down” by Skip Marley and H.E.R.

Skip Marley and H.E.R.’s song “Slow Down,” which is featured on Marley’s debut album Higher Place, was released on Nov. 8
01/02/2021