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  Musically Mad : a documentary on UK Reggae Sound Systems (2008)

Other(s) author(s) : Folke, Karl, [zuzendari]Language : EnglishUniform titles : Musically Mad.[S.l] : Musically Mad, copyright 20081 disko (DVD) (59 minutu) : soinua, kolorez + liburuxka (16 orrialde)Irudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa) + (Ikus) testua: bideoabitartekorik gabeReggae music -- Great BritainTrailer
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Musika: Aba Shanti I, Iration Steppas, Mighty Tabot, Channel One, King Earthquake, Entebbe Sound, Fairshare Unity.
Argazki zuzendaritza: Karl Folke.

Partehartzaileak: Iration Steppas, I Natural, Murray Man, Ironworks Dread, Ras Wazier, Terry Gad, Ras Muffet, DJ Stryda, King Shiloh, Russ Disciples, Reuben Addis, Afrikan Simba, Mikey Dread, Shortman, Young Warrior, Joe Ariwa, Mad Professor, Levi Roots, Mark Mostec, Fatman Sound, Dougie Conscious Sounds.

Karatulan:
"Musically Mad" takes you into the hearts and heads of the singers and soundmen, the backbone of the UK roots reggae sound systems. With them they bring the deepest bass and the highest chants, delivered by massive stacks of speakers and custom-built sound equipment. For some, attending a sound system dance is a religious experience, channelled through the music and the message. For others it`s the natural way to connect with the music they love. Either way, sound system culture is growing and changing.
From their humble beginnings in the backyards of Kingston, Jamaica, sound systems were brought along by Carribean immigrants, gradually gaining a strong following in the UK. As David Katz included extensive essay "Steel Horns And Bass Bins In Blighty" concludes, the dances were crucial in lifting the spirits of the Caibbean exiles, helping them to forget their hardships. Something that reggae and sound system culture now does worldwide, regardless of color or nationality.
"Musically Mad" is the story of the people pushing reggae to the masses.

Liburuxkan: David Katz-en "Jamaica's sound system culture" artikulua.

Audioa ingelesez; azpitituluak ingelesez, frantsesez, alemanez eta gaztelaniaz.
Audio en inglés; subtítulos en inglés, francés, alemán y castellano.

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