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5801Jah Shaka has maintained his position as the number one roots and culture sound for over four decades. Staying true to the positive message of reggae music, the Jah Shaka Sound is now a truly international affair playing to packed crowds from California to Moscow.

The Jah Shaka Sound System has been a cornerstone for the development of roots music and this album showcases the remarkable legacy of a sound system that continues to reverberate around the globe. Carefully selected by the great Zulu warrior himself “Jah Shaka Presents – The Positive Message” truly captures the unique essence of a Jah Shaka dance.

Includes previously unseen photos and sleeve notes by reggae historian Noel Hawks.


01. Keith Hudson – Felt We Felt The Strain
02. Earl Sixteen – The Rastaman
03. Johnny Clarke – Jah Live Is With (12″ Mix)
04. Dennis Brown – Slave Driver
05. Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie
06. Fred Locks – Love And Only Love
07. Johnny Osbourne – Never Stop Fighting
08. Eek-A-Mouse – Do You Remember
09. Norris Reid – Protect Them
10. Cultural Roots – Hell A Go Pop
11. Barrington Levy – Look Youthman
12. Johnny Clarke – Bad Days Are Going (12″ Mix)
13. Mystic Eyes – Perilous Time
14. Ras Michael – None A Jah Jah Children No Cry
15. Wailing Souls – Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall

The compilation Jah Shaka presentsThe Positive Message” (Greensleeves) is going to be released September 18, 2009.

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