As one of the longest-standing and most influential reggae artists around, Burning Spear (aka Winston Rodney) began making music in 1969, blending the American soul sounds that he picked up on his radio with the traditional roots music from his home of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Now, more than two dozen albums and half a decade later, he is still touring the world performing his political anthems like "Marcus Garvey" and "Slavery Days."
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