Bunny Wailer

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  • Bob Marley Personality

    This album contained many of the Wailers classics such as “I Shot the Sheriff” and “Get Up, Stand Up”. The Wailers popularity skyrocketed when Eric Clapton covered “I Shot the Sheriff”, which became the number one hit on the United States singles chart. In 1975 the Wailers released their third album, “Natty Dread” which held “Talking Blues”, “No Women No Cry” and “Revolution”. By this time two thirds of the original Wailers, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, had quit the band to pursue solo careers. This caused the name of the band to change once more to “Bob Marley and the Wailers”. Even though there were no Wailers, he wanted to keep part of the original name. Because the two member left there was a hole in the vocal section which was filled by the I-Threes, which consisted of Bobs wife, Rita Marley, Judy Mowatts and Marcia…

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  • Bob Marley Rhetorical Analysis

    and through that revolution, brought the political realm into his music, with the steadfast attachment to his ideas of poverty, oppression, and political corruption. Bob Marley began recording songs very early at the age of seventeen, with two songs called Judge Not (Unless You Judge Yourself) and One Cup of Coffee. Throughout the lyrics in his music, the messages of his Rastafarian beliefs are spelled out in musical form. In the song titled Exodus 9 Marley sings about a movement of “Jah”…

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  • Origin Of Reggae Music

    The following year he began a Ska band with his friend Bunny and Peter Tosh, which was originally called “The Teenagers”. They then became known as “The Wailing Rudeboys” and after a few more name changes they eventually came up with simply “The Wailers.” In 1964 they came out with their earliest Studio One hit which was recorded in the popular rock steady style, “Simmer Down.” Following that track they came out with another hit in 1965 that was entitled “Soul Rebel” in which both songs were…

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  • Pulena Analysis

    How to forget the reggae, a musical genre in English language practiced in Jamaica, characterized by the use of an acoustic guitar and in which the singer usually tends to have braids in her hair. Due to their large acceptance by the black population, this genre expands throughout America. Arriving in Panama due to the construction of the Panama Canal, people take it as their own genre and ends up calling it the “reggae in Spanish” or better known as "Plena". But what is special about this…

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  • Tanti At The Oval

    “Tanti at the Oval” was a piece done by writer, performer and most importantly; storyteller, Paul Keens-Douglas. Although Trinidadian by birth, he spent his early childhood in Grenada. He is well renowned for his ability to convey cultural equality in his work by ensuring it is appealing to virtually everyone, especially in such a cosmopolitan region. This particular piece entails the main character, Tanti Merle, and her journey to and from a cricket match at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad…

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  • Bob Marley's Get Up, Stand-Up

    Bob Marley was a successful Jamaican reggae musician who wrote songs concerning his beliefs within the Rastafarian religion. Specifically, his song “Get Up, Stand-Up”, expresses his opinion on supporting the fighting of rights. The genre of reggae brings a sense of calmness to a song because of the strong bass and drum instruments played. The sound of the music, alone, produces a feeling of peace and support in contrary to if the song was written to be a rock or pop song. “Reggae music is…

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  • My Definitions

    1. “In other words, belief is when someone thinks something is reality, true, when they have no absolute verified foundation for their certainty of the truth or realness of something” - Wikipedia. Is there really a god or is it just another fictional character that we are instilled to believe in like Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, or the Easter Bunny. Why is it that we are told there is only one god but other countries can believe in more then one? I can say that, I am not a true believer of…

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  • Tradition In A Dystopian Society

    Hutchinson said, as quietly as she could. ” I tell you it wasn’t fair. You didn’t give him time enough to choose. Everybody saw that”” (p6, para 62). People do not seem to question a tradition, until they disagree with the consequences that come from the customs in which they are under. In addition to the example from The Lottery, there is an aspect of confusion when it comes to Easter. Easter originated as a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but today is twisted into a holiday…

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  • Childhood Traditional Myths Should Not Be Abolished

    earliest ways to develop this excitement is talking about the Tooth Fairy’s role in rewarding kids for bravely experiencing natural tooth loss.”(Johnson) Traditions are what makes memories the most sweet. If these myths were abolished, many families wouldn’t have anything to celebrate, and life would be dull and the same. These childhood myths add spice to the everyday life, and they tie families closer. Childhood myths and traditions teach children the power of belief. According to expert Dr.…

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  • Attack Of The Bunnais: A Short Story

    class waiting for the end of school. Richard’s classroom it was an ugly shade of yellow, and his classroom was as messy as the zoo. The shade of yellow is as ugly as barf. The bell rang “RING RING!” and Richard ran out the door and back home. Richard’s heart is as cold as stone, but nice to the teachers. Richard lived in California, Dora-Land, and he lived with his parents, Dora, and Diego. The goddess of this planet is May, she was very fond of bunnies that was her sacred animal, so they…

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