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Reggae - Publicado el 18 de mayo de 2018 | V2 Records Benelux

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Infantil - Publicado el 5 de mayo de 2009 | V2 Records Benelux

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Ziggy Marley has switched directions for his third solo album, Family Time, but then again, not really. First off, it's a children's album, and a delightful one, and while he has always been an advocate for children's rights (he is the founder of U.R.G.E., a nonprofit organization that supports charitable children's causes in Jamaica, Ethiopia, and other parts of the world) and has contributed both his voice and songs to various children's programming, this is the first time Marley has done a full children's album. That said, the bright Jamaican rhythms and joyous vocals on display here aren't any different than what he has been doing all along, and children's songs or not, this is a wonderful roots release and is far from age-specific. Co-produced by Marley and Don Was, Family Time has a host of guest stars, including Rita Marley (Ziggy's mother), Cedella Marley (his sister), Judah Marley (his daughter), Paul Simon, Jack Johnson, Willie Nelson, Toots Hibbert (of Toots & the Maytals), Elizabeth Mitchell, Laurie Berkner, and Paula Fuga, and the album closes with two stories narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis, but even so, this is Marley's show, and his warm vocals make everything else possible. Highlights include the impressive "Cry, Cry, Cry," a fun re-imaging of "This Train," and an it-just-makes-you-smile version of the island traditional "Hold Him Joe," but all of the songs have a like sort of sunny charm. The two stories narrated by Curtis that close things kind of break the musical mood a bit, but that's a minor complaint for an album that is so much fun, so positive, and just so darn delightful. © Steve Leggett /TiVo
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Reggae - Publicado el 20 de mayo de 2016 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 1 de marzo de 2003 | Private Music

It's an interesting irony that as Ziggy Marley's singing voice ages and becomes more and more similar to that of his late father, the music he makes gets more and more distant from the reggae mainstream. And on his first album without the Melody Makers, his explorations go even further afield, leading him to spend far more time with hip-hop beats and spare rock & roll than one-drop reggae grooves. This is all to the good, or would be, if Marley showed that he can craft melodies and lyrics as well on his own as he did with his band. Unfortunately, he finds himself melodically adrift on Dragonfly. There are plenty of great beats and well-crafted instrumental textures (thanks in part to such high-profile guest musicians as Flea, David Lindley, and DJ Chris Kilmore), but the album offers not a single memorable tune, though "Looking," with its lilting highlife guitars, comes close. Lyrically, the album is an embarrassment. Almost every song is an exercise in bathetic platitude: "Do what you feel and don't you fool yourself," "I can't make you happy unless I am," "I've got to be true to myself," etc., and those lines are all from a single song. On the topic of conflict in the Middle East, he opines that "the only answer is to live as one," which Israelis and Palestinians alike may be forgiven for regarding as less than entirely helpful; the same goes for his observation that "what divides us is an illusion." Faced with this sort of nonsense, it's hard not to wonder why so many pop singers feel the need to comment on political and social issues about which they obviously know little or nothing. It's a question that would have been easier to avoid if the music were more compelling. © Rick Anderson /TiVo
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Reggae - Publicado el 14 de abril de 2014 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 31 de julio de 2020 | Universal Music Enterprises

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Reggae - Publicado el 8 de septiembre de 2017 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 4 de mayo de 2018 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 7 de mayo de 2021 | V2 Records Benelux

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Dance - Publicado el 31 de julio de 2020 | Tuff Gong Worldwide

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Reggae - Publicado el 26 de julio de 2019 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 4 de octubre de 2019 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 16 de agosto de 2016 | V2 Records Benelux

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Electrónica - Publicado el 19 de febrero de 2021 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 5 de abril de 2016 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 4 de abril de 2018 | V2 Records Benelux

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Infantil - Publicado el 24 de julio de 2020 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 19 de julio de 2019 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 4 de agosto de 2017 | V2 Records Benelux

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Reggae - Publicado el 15 de abril de 2014 | V2 Records Benelux