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It's JUNKANOO... not Reggae!

Great album! The genre is actually JUNKANOO... a rhythmic sound indigenous to the Bahamas! I'd love to see an album on iTunes with sound from an actual Junkanoo parade though. The authentic Junkanoo sound is incredible... you can feel the rhythm and drums pass through your body. Wow!!!!

its great!

Bahamas are just getting out there the have had it rough in the past! the people are great! love it there(: i dont know what your talking about "okkk" person because your obviously not out there making music in a hard econmic place! quit judging unless you actually do it so get a life!

My Favorite Island Music

This is Junkanoo, not Reggae (the one-star reviewer is obviously not too intelligent). It was the soundtrack for a week long trip to the Bahamas with some friends about 10 years ago. We were fortunate enough to also see some authentic New Years Day Junkanoo parades, and this album does an excellent job of capturing the Bahamas' sound. I can't believe this is the same band that released the very silly "Who Let The Dogs Out". If you are a connoisseur of reggae, island music, world music, etc., then your collection is incomplete without this gem.

Biography

Formed: Bahamas

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Bahamian music and dance tradition of Junkanoo, which traces back to the slavery days when slaves were allowed to gather together one day a week for festivities, is fused with the modern influences of dance rhythms, pop music and Latin percussion by Isaiah Taylor and his band, The Baha Men. According to "Billboard", the group "straddles the line between Caribbean and western popular music and does so while putting smiles on people's faces and a bounce in their steps". Although their debut album,...
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