OLDIES SUNDAY: Beres Hammond x Marcia Griffiths (@QueenOfReggae) – Live On (1992)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from two legendary singers, Beres Hammond and Marcia Griffiths. Seeing that this is the last week in February and I haven’t posted a love song this would make a perfect one to end the “Love” theme for the month. Titled “Live On” and produced by Donovan Germain for Penthouse Records in 1992 on the “College RockRiddim.

Live On” finds these two singers talking about being there for each other through good and bad times, expressing the feelings they have for each other and proclaiming that even through old age they’ll still be close and live on.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnStageTV Interviews Marcia Griffiths (@QueenOfReggae)


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The Queen of Reggae Marcia Griffiths stopped by the Onstage set to have a small chat with Winford Williams this week. In this Interview she speaks about her new album “Marcia Griffiths and Friends“, her influence on the younger generation of artists, her longevity, thoughts on the Bob Marley Grammy tribute, her views on Reggae music now, and many other topics. Such a beautiful woman who never fell off the mainstream after so many years. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @QueenOfReggae (Marcia Griffiths) – Melody Life (1968)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from the beautiful living legend and Queen of Reggae, Marcia Griffiths. Titled “Melody Life” and produced in 1968 by the late Sir Coxsone Dodd at Studio One, Marcia sings about not seeing the benefits in the long run for being promiscuous and she urges people to settle down with the one person who loves and cares for them. Such a beautiful song and Marcia Griffiths has such a lovely voice.

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