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The Wonder Dream Concert held on October 4, 1975 at Kingston's National Stadium is one of three events on the Holiday Jamaica package scheduled from September 29, 1975 through October 5, 1975. The concert is a benefit concert for the Jamaican Institute for the Blind and is opened by Third World. Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes are scheduled to play but do not show.
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Bob Marley and the Wailers: Stevie Wonder Dream 1975 !! Magic
Raphael Saadiq could be best described as a contemporary neo- rhythm & blues all-round artist (singer, musician, record producer). He is apparently an ancestor of original or as we say today “old school”, rhythm & blues from the 60s & 70s who retains the legacy of that musical era and is living out his own legacy today.
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Saadiq is probably best known for when he was in multiplantinum renowned 80s rhythm & blues group Tony! Toni! Toné! His solo work pretty much involved the release of three solo albums plus the production of songs of award-winning artists such as D’Angelo, TLC, Mary J Blige, John Legend and Joss Stone, just to name a few. He has also collaborated with renowned artists such as Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder and Q-Tip. Perhaps he is not what the media hungers for, but he is definitely worth the recognition of the amazing work he has done. I love him!
Check out the video below for his song 100-Yard Dash, if you are a late-reaction-kind-of-person like me at times. I heard this song on Ellen. If this song doesn’t make you wanna get up and dance or at least head-bop, there’s something seriously wrong with you