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Brown Eyez Magazine
July 2007 issue features "Dennis Brown Tribute" article.


Please Click on image below to see article.

CLICK Here to see Brown Eyez Magazine Tribute Article


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Thought-provoking Dennis Brown articles from Stan "The Man" Smith

Stan 'The Man' SmithStan Evan Smith (music editor for Caribbean Style Newspaper and a contributing writer for the West Indian Times; Co-host and co-producer of "Reggae Roundtable" on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York) pulls no punches with his articles on Dennis Brown.

Please Click on the titles below to read each of Stan's articles.

Dennis Brown - Reggae's Most Important Singer

My Memories of The Great One: Dennis Brown, "Crown Prince of Reggae"

Good Night Sweet Prince

Richie Stevens: Salutes Dennis Brown

Freddie McGregor: Talk About Dennis Brown

The Lioness of The Lion's Den
Radio Show of KRCL 90.9 FM
(Salt Lake City)
did her part, as Radio  around the world paid tribute to  Dennis Brown during July 2007

Lioness of KCRL Salt Lake City

Please Click below to listen to the Lioness' Radio Drop.

Najashi's Narrations (MusicaBlack.Com) Tribute

WE CLOSE THE DENNIS BROWN 50TH ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE WITH LOVE AND RESPECT

Peace and may the goodness be surrounding your family and friends. Well my excellent ones, we come to the close of the Dennis Brown 50th Anniversary Tribute. The man, the legend is one of the reggae greats. A true pioneer with vision and integrity for truth, Dennis Brown’s first performance was with the legendary calypso band Byron Lee and the Dragonaires. His first recording was in 1969 and his last was the song "SOON DEPART" for producer Karl Pitterson on June 18, 1999. Dennis Brown was a hard worker recording constantly and consistently over 200 hundred singles and 70 albums. I think that is where Tupac got his inspiration from. Dennis Brown worked with all of the top reggae producers of that time and the hits rolled in one after another. From the beginning with "NO MAN IS AN ISLAND" in 1969 to the last one "Stop fighting", which is an anthem to some ‘stop the war’ advocates in this present time. The man had vision. His A&M Records recordings like "LOVE HAS FOUND A WAY","FOUL PLAY" and "THE PROPHET RIDES AGAIN" all were well received by the public and the critics. He received a Grammy nomination for the album "TEMPERATURE RISING". Quality stage performances was what Dennis Brown brought to every venue he played worldwide. Dennis Brown has influenced all of the new reggae singers. He was a man with dynamic style and vocal dominance. He will be missed but his legacy and music continues. Please visit the Website that captures all the true essence of this reggae great at http://www.dbtribute.org. You also can buy unreleased music and purchase many quality products relating to Dennis Brown.
Enjoy the reggae and we continue in enhancing the genre for this Generation and many more to come.

Yes!! Mr. Brown the prophet rides again.

By Najashi

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