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"A combination dictionary and annotated discography, videography and bibliography, this sourcebook brings together listings of materials on the Rastafarian movement and reggae music, two intertwined aspects of Jamaican culture which confront the historically situated position of African Jamaicans as members of the larger African diaspora.' The 93-page dictionary defines words, describes the contribution of individuals and musical groups associated with reggae music, and explains historical and political events related to Jamaica or Ethiopia (a symbol to Rastafarians of a free and sovereign Africa). . . . This sourcebook serves as a good introduction to Rastafari and reggae. Recommended for most university and college libraries."-Booklist
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A Spectacular Reference Book26 April 2001
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Rastafari and Reggae: A Dictionary and Sourcebook is truly just that. It does a great job as a source and reference book. With tons of terms to refer to, he who uses this book will truly be the more knowledgeable on the subject of reggae. Its one big glossary of reggae terms and important people.