Jomo Ent. & Terminus presents The Legendary Wailers
§ The Legendary Wailers performed African Herbsman on Tuesday, September 14, 1999. This particular song promotes black equality and political independence, which is a primary focus of African American Psychology.
written by - Richie Havens
lead vocals - Bob Marley
released in - 1971
produced by - Lee "Scratch" Perry
Old twinkling there
Can't see the right roads, when the streets are bend
The old slaveman, might grind slow, but
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a better life. In my opinion, The Legendary Wailers’ performance at the Georgia Theater was a success because it spread a positive message about the equality of blacks and the need for diversity and acceptance. In addition, I like the band because the clarity, conviction, and sincerity of The Legendary Wailers’ performances, and their unique, melodic style of songwriting, have influenced many pop-music artists, including songwriter Stevie Wonder and rock guitarist Eric Clapton.