themselves after film stars or characters. Bennett, however, had been nicknamed after the comedian since his youth. His career began in 1980 (1980 in music) when he began working with U-Roy's Stur-Gav Hi-Fi collective. He became extremely popular throughout Jamaica, memorable for his focus on cultural and social themes instead of the "slack" (rough, violent) lyrics that were popular at the time
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, as well as a growing number of African (African immigration to the United States) immigrants. Tony Tribe, a Jamaican rocksteady singer, recorded a reggae-influenced version in 1969 which reached number forty-six in the UK Singles Chart.
and acoustic sets, giving Kaukonen and Casady an opportunity to explore their love of traditional blues music, and also giving Balin and Covington a chance to explore soul-rock compositions. In 1970, RCA paid for the band to go to Jamaica to record their next album, now with Paul Ziegler taking over Peter's spot, but the album was never finished. Papa John Creach was brought in to the band in late 1970 (Creach also joined Jefferson Airplane at the same time
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populations identified as Black (Black people). However countries such as Argentina and Chile do not have a visible African presence today. Census information from the early 19th century shows that people categorized as Black made up to 30% of the population, or around 400,000 people. Though almost completely absent today, their contribution to Argentine culture is significant include the tango (Argentine tango), the milonga
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1958. He had a small part in the 1958 film version of ''Look Back in Anger (Look Back in Anger (film))'', directed by Tony Richardson, who had seen him on stage. He took a leading role in the 1961 film ''Flame in the Streets'', playing the Jamaican boyfriend of the (white) daughter (played by Sylvia Syms) of a liberal working-class trades unionist (played by John Mills). He lived for a period in Paris, where he met his wife, Cecilia Enger. '''Theodore Whitmore
'''Patrick Aloysius Ewing, Sr.''' (born August 5, 1962) is a Jamaican-American (United States) retired Hall of Fame (Basketball Hall of Fame) basketball player and current assistant coach for the National Basketball Association's Orlando Magic. He played most of his career with the NBA's New York Knicks as their starting center (center (basketball)) and played briefly with the Seattle SuperSonics and Orlando Magic. Ewing was named as the 16th greatest college player of all time by ESPN. 25 Greatest Players in College Basketball: No. 16 Patrick Ewing - ESPN Video He won Olympic Gold Medals as a member of the 1984 and 1992 US Men's National Basketball teams. In a 1996 poll celebrating the 50th anniversary of the NBA, Ewing was selected as one of the 50 Greatest Basketball Players of All Time. On April 7, 2008 he was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame on September 5, 2008 along with former NBA coach Pat Riley and former Houston Rockets center, Hakeem Olajuwon. His number 33 was retired by the Knicks in 2003. '''Percival Noel James Patterson''', ON (Order of the Nation), QC (Queen's Counsel), PC (Privy Council), O.E. (Order of Excellence of Guyana), (born 10 April 1935) was the sixth Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Jamaica#Prime Ministers of Jamaica) of Jamaica from 1992 to 2006. Until February 2006 he was the leader of the Jamaican People's National Party (PNP). The new PNP leader, Portia Simpson-Miller, took over as Prime Minister on 30 March 2006. Patterson was Jamaica's longest-serving Prime Minister, serving exactly 14 years. '''Percival Noel James Patterson''', ON (Order of the Nation), QC (Queen's Counsel), PC (Privy Council), O.E. (Order of Excellence of Guyana), (born 10 April 1935) was the sixth Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Jamaica#Prime Ministers of Jamaica) of Jamaica from 1992 to 2006. Until February 2006 he was the leader of the Jamaican People's National Party (PNP). The new PNP leader, Portia Simpson-Miller, took over as Prime Minister on 30 March 2006. Patterson was Jamaica's longest-serving Prime Minister, serving exactly 14 years. Folk music Each of the four countries of the United Kingdom has its own diverse and distinctive folk music forms. In addition, there are numerous distinct and semi-distinct folk traditions brought by immigrants from Jamaica, India, the Commonwealth (Commonwealth of Nations) and other parts of the world. Folk music flourished until the era of industrialisation when it began to be replaced by new forms of popular music, including music hall and brass bands. Realisation of this led to two folk revivals (roots revival), one in the late-19th century and the other in the mid-20th century, which kept folk music as an important sub-culture within society. G. Boyes, ''The Imagined Village: Culture, Ideology, and the English Folk Revival'' (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1993), ISBN 0-7190-2914-7. People have introduced species to the Lepidosaurs’ natural habitats that have increased predation on the reptiles. For example, mongooses were introduced to Jamaica from India to control the rat infestation in sugar cane fields. As a result, the mongooses fed on the lizard population of Jamaica, which has led to the elimination and decrease of many lizard species. '''Scientist''', born '''Hopeton Brown''' in Kingston (Kingston, Jamaica), Jamaica, 1960 (sometimes known as '''Overton Brown'''), Barrow, Steve & Dalton, Peter (2004) "The Rough Guide to Reggae", Rough Guides, ISBN 1-84353-329-4 was a protégé of King Tubby (Osbourne Ruddock), one of the originators of dub music. si These early popular performers led the way for calypso's mainstreaming with artists like Lord Kitchener (Lord Kitchener (calypsonian)), Harry Belafonte and Mighty Sparrow. Belafonte, a Jamaican-American singing in American English, was by far the most popular internationally during this wave (his ''Calypso (Calypso (album))'' album, Belafonte was the first artist to sell a million copies), but his music was also extensively criticized for watering down the sound of calypso. Plena's popularity blossomed in the 1990s, and the revival has survived and influenced foreign genres from Jamaica, Cuba, Brazil and other Latin and Caribbean countries. Artists like Willie Colón united plena and bomba with salsa music to great critical acclaim and popularity, while other important bands of this revival include Plena Libre (long-time leaders of the genre) and Plenealo. But also known as the famous singer in Plena Libre from 1922-1954 & loved by his fans. thumb left 150px Junkanoo celebration in Nassau, Bahamas Nassau (Image:Junkanoo.jpg) The word ''junkanoo'' is said to be derived from a Ghanaian leader, John Connu, or from the Qujo supreme deity (Canno) and ancestral spirits (jannanin). The junkanoo was formerly practiced in North Carolina and remnants still exist in Belize, Jamaica and, most commonly, Bermuda. It is most well known, though, from Nassau, Bahamas
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Jamaica is a Commonwealth realm, with Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth II) as its monarch (Monarchy of Jamaica) and head of state. Her appointed representative in the country is the Governor-General of Jamaica, currently Patrick Allen (Patrick Allen (Governor-General)). The head of government and Prime Minister of Jamaica is Portia Simpson-Miller. Jamaica is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy with legislative power vested in the bicameral Parliament of Jamaica, consisting of an appointed Senate and a directly elected House of Representatives.