Rastafari Elders Revisited
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Rastafari Elders Revisited
A Deep Dive Into the Rastafari Album
The album, comprising a harmonious blend of Nyahbinghi chants, hymns and reasonings from the Rastafari elders, offers listeners an immersive experience into the heart of Rastafari culture. It is an invaluable possession for anyone interested in exploring this unique way of life.
Tracklist and Insights
The album unfolds like a journey, with each track offering a unique perspective. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the tracks:
- King’s Highway – A traditional Rastafari chant that sets the stage for the spiritual journey ahead.
- Dialogue by Ras Headful – A thought-provoking conversation that delves into the ethos of Rastafari culture.
- Jah Is I Shepherd by Ras Headful – An uplifting hymn that echoes the unwavering faith and spiritual strength of the Rastafari elders.
- Dialogue by Ras Tawny – An enlightening discussion that offers deeper insights into the cultural and spiritual nuances of the Rastafari way of life.
- Jah Jah Know by Ras Tawny – A soulful chant that underscores the omniscience of the divine Jah.
- Dialogue by Ras Pidow – A profound conversation that showcases the vibrant personality and wisdom of Ras Pidow, a notable Rastafari elder.
- Black Liberation by Ras Pidow – A powerful hymn that underscores the Rastafari quest for freedom and equality.
- Dialogue by Ras Marcus – An engaging discussion that offers a unique perspective on the Rastafari lifestyle and beliefs.
- Trod Along by Ras Marcus – An inspiring hymn that encourages perseverance in the face of adversity.
- Dialogue by Sista Bubbles – A passionate conversation that highlights the integral role of women in the Rastafari culture.
- Love Is To Open Jah Door by Sista Bubbles – A beautiful hymn that emphasizes love as the key to spiritual enlightenment.
- Dialogue by Bongo Shep – A stimulating discussion that delves into the historical and cultural aspects of the Rastafari movement.
- 400 Years by Bongo Shep – A poignant chant that recounts the struggles and resilience of the Rastafari people over centuries.
- Dialogue by Ras Bigga – An intriguing conversation that offers a fresh perspective on the Rastafari worldview.
- Trodding To Zion by Ras Bigga – An inspiring hymn that encapsulates the Rastafari aspiration for spiritual redemption.
- Martin Luther King by Ras Bigga – A reverential homage to the iconic civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, underscoring his influence on the Rastafari movement.
Behind the Scenes: Production Details
The album is a collaborative effort, produced by Dr. Dread and Malika Sojourna Alcindor, and recorded at the renowned Lion & Fox studio. The expert sound engineering by Jim Fox ensures an immersive and authentic listening experience.
Understanding the Rastafari Elders
The album is not just a compilation of chants and dialogues; it is a celebration of the Rastafari elders, their wisdom, and their unwavering commitment to their culture. Notable figures such as Ras Pidow and Sister Bubbles lend their voices and insights to the album, making it a rich and enlightening experience.