[397] Skarlata Ojara 03 05 2017

Al programa d’aquesta setmana hem convidat a Lluís Nutty, que ens ha delectat amb una una sessió 100% rocksteady dedicada als proverbis jamaicans.

– Justin Hines “Drink Milk”
– Wailers “Simmer Down”
– Upsetters “Sipreano”
– Maytones “Billy Goat”
– Winston Shand and the Sheiks “Throw Me Corn”
– Peter Tosh “Maga Dog”
– The Slickers “What You Gonna Do”
– The Tennors “Ride your Donkey”
– The Slickers “Frying Pan”
– The Young Souls “Man a Will”
– The Pioneers “The Mettle”
– The Ethiopians “Everything Crash”
– The Pioneers “Trouble Dey a Bush”
– Kingstonians “Hold Down”
– Toots & the Maytals “Pee Pee Cluck Cluck”
– Jimmy Cliff “The Harder they Come”
– Skatobeat “Trepas”
– Granadians “Los Chicos de Oro”
– The Pioneers “Samfie Man”

I si us heu quedat amb ganes de saber més sobre el tema, podeu consultar la següent bibliografia:
– Cooper, Carolyn. Noises in the Blood: Orality, Gender and the “Vulgar” Body of Jamaican Popular Culture. London and Basingstoke: Macmillan Caribbean, 1993.
– Copney, Claudette. Jamaican Culture and International Folklore, Superstitions, Beliefs, Dreams, Proverbs, and Remedies. Pentland Press, 1998.
– Doumerc, Éric. Caribbean Civilisation. The English speakin Caribbean since Independence. Press University du Mirail, 2003.
– Inyaso. The Pioneers: First Book of Proverbs and Social Commentary. Lulu Publishing, 2016.
– Inyaso. The Pioneers: Second Book of Proverbs and Social Commentary. Lulu Publishing, 2016.
– Llewellyn, G. Jamaican sayings: with notes on folklore, aesthetics, and social control
Reggae Wisdom: Proverbs in Jamaican Music. University Press Florida, 1991.
– Morris, Mervyn. Miss Lou. Louise Bennett and Jamaican Culture. Ian Randle Publishing, 2014.
– Ong, W.J. Orality and Literacy: the Technologizing of the Word. London and New York: Methuen, 1982.