You might have heard the word "Heartland Reggae" and was wondering what does it mean, right? Well, you are in the right place.
Heartland Reggae is a Roots Reggae Music DVD which was released in 2003 by Falcon Neue Medien record label based in Europe.
The DVD compilation features eight tracks.
2. Dennis Brown
3. The Prophet
4. Trenchtown Rock
5. Stand Up
7. Jacob Miller
Even thou the Dvd is mostly centered around Reggae Music Legend Bob Marley, other heavyweights are featured on this chart-topping album.
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. Late, great reggae legend Bob Marley is joined by his acclaimed contemporary Peter Tosh and a dozen other reggae stars--including Jacob Miller, Dennis Brown, and Junior Tucker--in one of his finest concert performances. Filmed live in Marley's homeland, Jamaica, in 1977 and 1978, HEARTLAND REGGAE is one of the most renowned reggae concert films that exist. Also included are several sequences in which the Rastafarian lifestyle and philosophy are discussed.
Synopsis The film centers around Marley's historic "One Love Peace Concert," and captures Marley and other reggae stars Jacob Miller and Peter Tosh at the height of their careers. Shot entirely on location in Jamaica between 1977 and 1978, it is considered to be the definitive reggae film.
Also featured on Heartland Reggae are:
Bob Marley is the biggest named artist on this DVD but one cannot disagree that Jacob Miller is without a doubt the top performer on this DVD.
If you are a Reggae music lover and love classic Reggae this should definitely be in our collections.
You will Love this DVD. It also featured lots of live footage of reggae in the 70s in Jamaica. The sound and picture quality is OK, DVD and way worth the price.
The running time for this DVD is 95 minutes.
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