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Culture Singles — 7-inch — wav — mp3 — CDR. April Rec. First UK Pressing. Spacetime Continuum, Return Of Mr. Rare And Unreleased Vol. He had packed so much into his short life — but his energetic best was just a hint of what he might have achieved. His early records were picked up by Island for UK release, then he moved to a related imprint, Pyramid, in But when Kong passed away in , aged just 38, Dekker struggled to find a producer who understood him quite as well, and the hits dried up, though reissues of his classics still charted.
An attempt to update his style for the 2-Tone era at Stiff Records did not quite recapture his success, though he remained popular as a live act. When rocksteady swept away ska in the mids, this slower, more soulful dance style had two rulers. One was Ken Boothe, the other was Alton Ellis. It was like he knew he had only a couple of minutes to express his feeling, and he was going to make damn sure he did.
Flipping between the two great rival studios of 60s Jamaica, Treasure Isle and Studio One, Alton was in demand, with hit after hit declaring his unquenchable desire to free his soul. His second album, Sunday Coming , was brilliant from first to last, and partly reflected his ability to get down like the Americans could — a key feature of his live act at the time.
During the 90s and 00s, his gigs became a celebration of all he and Jamaican music had been through. He passed away in , aged 70, having given many fans some of the best times of their musical lives.
You can guess who was King. But Dennis quickly grew serious and was soon tackling roots topics. As the 80s arrived, Dennis never gave less than his best on record and at the gatherings of the faithful that were his live shows. But health problems hit him during the 90s, though he refused to reduce his workload, and in he passed away after contracting pneumonia and suffering a collapsed lung. The cause of death was a coronary failure, no surprise to his fans: he had sung his heart out for them for decades.
Many other Jamaican singers have tried to emulate him, but there will only ever be just one Dennis Brown. Looking for more? Discover the best reggae producers of all time.
Follow the Reggae Hits playlist for more classic songs from the best reggae singers of all time. And what about the master. Peter tosh. The article was weak. Moana Only 11 left. Made in the A. In stock on September 30, Meat and Candy Only 8 left. Storyteller Legacy 2CD Only 14 left. Yoel Elitzur explains this as a normal transformation when a Hebrew word becomes a name, giving as other examples Nathan , Yitzchak , and Yigal. Up until the mid-twentieth century, the use of the word Adoshem combining the first two syllables of "Adonai" with the last syllable of "Hashem" was quite common.
It took a few centuries for the word to fall into almost complete disuse. Despite being obsolete in most circles, it is used occasionally in conversation in place of Adonai by Jews who do not wish to say Adonai, but need to specify the substitution of that particular word. It is also used when quoting from the liturgy in a non-liturgical context, especially as a substitute in musical pieces where a replacement for "Adonai" must have the same number of syllables.
The word ehyeh is the first-person singular imperfect form of hayah , "to be", usually translated into English as "I will be". Exodus , "Certainly I will be [ehyeh] with thee. Although Ehyeh asher ehyeh is generally rendered in English "I am that I am", better renderings might be "I will be what I will be" or "I will be who I will be", or "I shall prove to be whatsoever I shall prove to be" or even "I will be because I will be".
The word asher is a relative pronoun whose meaning depends on the immediate context, so that "that", "who", "which", or "where" are all possible translations of that word.
The origin of the word is uncertain and it may be related to a root word, meaning "reverence". Elah is found in the Tanakh in the books of Ezra , Jeremiah Jer , the only verse in the entire book written in Aramaic ,  and Daniel.
Elah is used to describe both pagan gods and the Jews' God. In the Book of Genesis , Hagar uses this name for the God who spoke to her through his angel. It appears chiefly in poetic and later Biblical passages. It is common Jewish practice to restrict the use of the names of God to a liturgical context. Leviticus and Deuteronomy For example, when making audio recordings of prayer services, HaShem  will generally be substituted for Adonai.
The term never appears in the Hebrew Bible; later rabbis used the word when speaking of God dwelling either in the Tabernacle or amongst the people of Israel. The root of the word means "dwelling". Of the principal names of God, it is the only one that is of the feminine gender in Hebrew grammar. Some believe that this was the name of a female counterpart of God, but this is unlikely as the name is always mentioned in conjunction with an article e. This kind of usage does not occur in Semitic languages in conjunction with proper names.
This mention is in the middle of the narrative of the choice of Saul to be king and is mentioned as descending with the Ark of the Covenant , here the word is used to mean "security" and is derived from the root sa-ka-na which means dwell:.
And further their Prophet said to them: "A Sign of his authority is that there shall come to you the Ark of the Covenant, with an assurance therein of security from your Lord, and the relics left by the family of Moses and the family of Aaron, carried by angels.