ANTH 210 10-27-05

ANTH 210 10-27-05 - Video 11 We are going to talk about...

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Video 11 We are going to talk about rude boy culture, and rasta influences “Simmer Down” (Wailers ) – song became a hit, it talked about rude boy culture, it addressed the new sub cultural emergence of the violent young toughs and the almost undeclared war which was growing between the rude boys and the cops. “Ten Commandments of Love” (The Moonglows) – a song, which Dodd attempted to steer the Wailers away from the tough boy image, and tried to get them more r&b, this was an example of what Dodd wanted the Wailers to become. *** “Jailhouse” *** (The Wailers) – this song was played during the rude boy era, and due to the emotional state of Jamaica at the time, because of the war, this group turned into a soul rebel reggae look, and literally rocked the audiences, which enthusiasm, and immediately the wailers with bob Marley, became a nationally acclaimed music group from an insignificant dance band! “Soul Rebel”(The Wailers ) – from the 1968-1970s period as an example of the way other sounds were still competing with reggae for dominance of the group and as an
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2010 for the course ANTH 210 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '10 term at Oregon State.

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ANTH 210 10-27-05 - Video 11 We are going to talk about...

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