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Rototom SunSplash 2014 - Day 4

Rototom SunSplash 2014 - Day 4

Rototom SunSplash 2014 - Day 4

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Blackboard Jungle and Murray Man, Kabaka Pyramid and Chronixx, The Wailing Trees, Addis Pablo feat Suns of Dub, Easy Star All Stars and Alpha Blondy.

The moon is a faithful friend of Rototom Sunsplash people. So reserved and so careful to observe all things from above, from dusk to dawn she protects and illuminates the desert of Las Palmas. Jealous of her dark side that never shows, she smiles to those who admire her from below.

easy starIn this summer that draws to a close, in Tuesday evening seems the moon has appeared earlier than usual, perhaps aware that on stage were climbing the Easy Star All-Stars, just to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their masterpiece, the album where they replayed in a Roots-Dub tone, The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd.

The sunset always gives a very romantic atmosphere to an outdoor concert, and tonight it gives gooseflesh.

Following are the young winners of the European contest, Wailing Trees, equipped with a great sound they didn’t disappoint the expectations, and left a great impression to the audience.

Chronixx took the stage soon after, and his voice conquered the fans as always. There is voice talent, we know that in his DNA circulates great musical blood, having followed his father’s footsteps; and his songs it confirm, excellent lyrics and music, that maybe however on this occasion he haven’t expressed ​​as he should, but the songs have a high potential and impact. The road to success is now open for the young singer, he will certainly demonstrate his full capacity and the desire to show his value.

With the night comes on stage Alpha Blondy, a Reggae legend of the world, honorably called to close the series of concerts. This, like all his live performances, was a true musical and spiritual experience, full of his charisma and his positive energy. Between one song and another he didn’t forget to remember all the terrible events in the world, in particular the tragedy of Palestine so current in these days, and all the existing wars, of which demands an immediate end. Every of his song was a gem donated to the lucky audience who watches him entranced.Alpha Blondy

One of those concerts to remember for life.

The moon hides behind the threatening clouds, happily hails from the sky the people of Rototom, where many close their eyes on the lawn, returning the greeting and giving a look still for an instant to it ...


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