Karl is a simple farmer who takes a plane to Ibiza to finally meet his idol, pop-singer Linda Lou. Karl has long ago fallen in love with his idol and has written her numerous love letters, But a farmer like Karl is not the kind of man she could be interested in. At the same time however, a famous millionaire, who happens to look just like Karl, is staying on the island
Reggae documentary of the One Love Peace Concert held in Kingston, Jamaica in 1978. In addition to the music, this film features the return to Jamaica of Bob Marley after a 16-month hiatus following an attempt on his life.
BBC documentary focusing on a reggae concert held at Wembley Stadium in 1970 featuring the Pyramids, Pioneers, Black Faith, Millie, the Maytals, and Desmond Dekker. Includes interviews with DJ Mike Raven and producer Graham Goodall, who review the history and development of reggae.
Combining concert footage and interviews with the performers, Reggae Sunsplash takes an inside look at the biggest reggae music festival in the world.
Plagued with poverty and violence, Jamaica tries to inspire its populace by qualifying their national team, the 'Reggae Boyz', for the World Cup. When their efforts start to fall short, Winnie Schäfer, a colorful German coach, teams up with reggae musicians to unite Jamaica beyond the soccer pitch.
Recorded at the Credicard Hall in São Paulo, on September 1, 2006, the album is an overview of the band's career, from bringing old hits such as For Freedom Within the Head and Present A Beija-Flor, until recent songs as not Cry My Love, Who Plant Prejudice and Wanna Be Happy too (three belonging to the disk Our Mission, 2005). The album brought the unreleased song Natiruts Reggae Power, who was national success.
The acclaimed BBC4 Britannia series moves into the world of British reggae. Showing how it came from Jamaica in the 1960s to influence, over the next 20 years, both British music and society, the programme includes major artists and performances from that era, including Big Youth, Max Romeo, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Jerry Dammers and the Specials, the Police, UB40, Dennis Bovell, lovers rock performers Carroll Thompson and Janet Kay, bands like Aswad and Steel Pulse and reggae admirers such as Boy George and Paul Weller. The programme celebrates the impact of reggae, the changes it brought about and its lasting musical legacy.
Two midgets, who are tired of their small statures being made a mockery of in the village and their father’s general disdain for them run to Lagos, where they are introduced to reggae music. [parts 1-2]
Documentary about reggae in Jamaica and its history. Filmed in 1979.
Featuring some of the hottest names in reggae and dancehall music, this live concert celebration is a treat for fans of sizzling island rhythms and irresistible beats. With artists including Junior Tucker, Baby Wayne, Leroy Smart, Jack Raddics, Professor Nuts and Chaka Demus & Pliers, this is one show not to be missed.
Presents the reggae spectrum in 1995, from roots icon Burning Spear to deejay Buju Banton to Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. Filmed at major festivals in Jamaica, Japan, Australia and the United States.
The young, gifted and black generation of the 70's who started the British Reggae movement is captured in this unique documentary. Groove to the smooth sounds and see rare footage.
With his first music video collection, world-famous reggae DJ Dexterity pulls out all the stops -- literally. In this video blend release, there are no pauses or breaks of any kind; each song melds seamlessly into the next. Featuring all high-quality original videos and remixes, this compilation includes tracks by Shaggy, Assassin, Sean Paul, Spice and Macka Diamond, plus a hidden track of Elephant Man performing live in the studio.
Featuring Junior Reid, Johnny Clark, Yami Bolo, Mykal Rose and Sugar Minott
A collection from the late Jamaican superstar containing eight live performances and six video clips.
Reggae music (tropical island style) and extreme sports collide in this high-energy tour that'll take you front and center to the heart of the reggae scene. Live performances, interviews and videos feature some of the biggest reggae stars from around the world, including Ky-Mani, Sizzla, Buju Banton, Mr. Vegas, Tippa Irie, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Will.I.Am and more. Also features such top professional surfers as Sunny Garcia and Cory Lopez.
Fascinating guided tour around Kingston's crumbling musical edifices, the old studios and theatres where it all happened in decades past, your guides the estimable veteran guitarist Chinna Smith and Kiddus 'Graduation In Zion' I. Director David Commeillas examines reggae's musical and spiritual legacy, as laid down by Bob Marley, and asks whether the younger upcoming generation of artists carry it forward. Is the Natural Mystic that Marley sung of so evocatively still blowing through the air in Kingston? He asks. Features great footage of the Mighty Diamonds, Chinna, Natty King, Doniki, Ken Boothe, Ijahman Levi, Richie Spice, Leroy Smart, Fantan Mojah, Chezidek and many more.
The Roots of Reggae is a musical journey to Jamaica's Golden Age of music, Rocksteady. The film features the music and stories of the legendary singers and musicians of the Rocksteady era. They come together after 40 years to record an album of Rocksteady hits, to perform together again at an All-Stars reunion concert in Kingston, Jamaica, and to tell their story.
An archive celebration of great reggae performances filmed in the BBC Studios, drawn from programmes such as The Old Grey Whistle Test, Top of the Pops and Later... with Jools Holland, and featuring the likes of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Gregory Isaacs, Desmond Dekker, Burning Spear, Althea and Donna, Dennis Brown, Buju Banton and many more.
Reggae Shark, the Musician/Rasta/Superhero who has saved the Earth from the forces of evil countless times, is now retired in Jamaica. While Reggae Shark enjoys the good life, his old nemesis The Jelly Witch has concocted an evil plan that is certain to bring humanity to its knees. Does Reggae Shark still have what it takes to stop her?
Three-part digital series hosted by comedian Frankie Quinones, Dr. Reggaeton, a doctor of love with a PH.D. in partying. Each spot features a special guest, including Farruko, Bad Bunny & Jacob Forever as well as fan letters asking for love advice.