21.12.05

Black Cinderella <> Mother Culture


Known as the "Black Cinderella" and "Mother Culture," Sister Carol has led the way for women in reggae. Her music is rich with cultural heritage and infused with a vital social consciousness that permeates every aspect of life in the new millennium. She has also had a prolific music career during the past 20 years, that has included over 8 albums, a Grammy nomination, several world tours, and network television appearances. Her music carries a social message for people all over the world. Music has always been close to Sister Carol's heart. In fact, her father was an engineer that worked in radio at RJR in Jamaica and would regularly be part of the music scene that was being established in the 1960's by Studio One's legendary Clement "Coxsone" Dodd.

1 Comments:

Anonymous amiralyou said...

bonsoir
je m'appelle youssou,je suis de dakar au sénégal et j'aime trop sister carole.
Je suis promoteur de sound system à dakar...
J'aimerais bien avoir un CD vinyl de sister carole.Je crois qu'il ya deux morceaux sur le CD,ce sont des morceaux instrumental,dub...Je pense que c'est un MAXI 33 tours.
Alors si vous avez ce cd veuillez m'aider à l'avoir moi aussi.
JAH GUIDE AND PROTECT YOU
you know my english is not quite,that's why l began my message in french.
see you letter

youssou

Tuesday, April 25, 2006 4:05:00 PM  

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