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Rastaman Vibrations? Positive!

posted on Friday November 19, 2010 | in The Crystal Tearoom | 7 Comments

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y as I have my whole life.  A big part of who I am is because of him.  Growing up my father would play it really really really loud.  Anyone who grew up in the Caribbean would understand exactly what I mean.  But loud to the point that I got headaches, and the neighbours would complain, but…

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  1. Eunice (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    I didn’t grow up listening to Bob Marley, but I listen to him now, when I am about to do something that scares me, like riding my bike or talking to my parents.

  2. MR.MEYER (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    REMINDS ME OF SUNDAY HOUS CLEANING ITS WAS MORE DANCING AND SINGING AND COOKING THEN CLEANING……………… IF YOUR ROOM WAS NOT DONE FOR INSPECTION NO PLAYING OUTSIDE EITHER!!!

  3. shala (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    Yea Mr.Meyer, that’s true you’re bringing it back to me. My mother called it general cleaning where even the clean was cleaned too. I hated to have to stay inside.

  4. Oroma (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    Omg Shala, i know that guy. I get amber from his store in crown heights.
    Jah will never give the power to a bald head, run come crucifiy the dread, time alone, oh time will tell…….

  5. MR.MEYER (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    I STILL HAVE SUNDAY GENERAL CLEANING EVEN WHEN STAYING IN A HOTEL…. I CANT HELP IT!

  6. malika (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    Remind me me too 2 and 3, Bob Marley also The Beatles during house cleaning and dancing…
    next travel Ethiopia !

  7. The Antifash (Reply) on Friday 19, 2010

    I didn’t grow up listening to Marley, but I have fond memories of Luther Vandross and Marvin Gaye thumping through the walls as we cleaned every Saturday morning; a habit I did not pick up (though I probably should’ve).

    I’ll be checking out the Marley Doc pretty soon. I’ve ever really taken the time to throughly listen to his music. I suppose getting a little background will push me to further explore “rastaman vibrations” in the music.

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