''The people were tired -- they wanted to go home to Ethiopia''

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'A'ana, Pali. (1991) King Rasta of Is Real. Apollo Pali Press, Keeau, Hawaii, USA. Copyright Paul A. Williams, Jr. 111 pp.
Aarnio, Petri & Pekka Vuorinen. (2008) Cool Runnings 1980-85 - Reggaeta pintaa syvemmältä. FI-Reggae, Helsinki. Collection of all issues of the Cool Runnings reggae fanzine. In Finnish. 474 pp.
Abbink, Jon. (1990) The Enigma of Beta Esra'el Ethnogensis: An Anthro-Historical Study. Cahiers d'Études Africaines XXX(4). 397-449.
Adams, L. Emilie. (1994) Understanding Jamaican Patois: An Introduction to Afro-Jamaican Grammar. Jamaica: LMH Publishing, Kingston. 1st Ed. from 1991.
Afari, Yasus. (1999) Eye Pen - Philosophical Reasoning and Poetry. House of Honour Publishing, Kingston, Jamaica. [I don't have it!] 83 pp.
Afari, Yasus. (2007) Overstanding Rastafari, Jamaica's gift to the world. Jamaica: Senya-Cum. [I don't have it!] 331 pp.
Ahkell, Jah. (1997) Rasta: Emperor Haile Sellassie and the Rastafarians. USA: Research Associates School Times Publications/Black Starline Inc. Jah Ahkell's Babylonian name is Christopher Ahkell Williams.
Ahkell, Ras. (1980) Rasta: Emperor Haile Selassie and the Rastafarians Centenary. Black Star Line Inc., Port of Spain, Trinidad. Ras Ahkell's Babylonian name is Christopher Ahkell Williams. Port of Africa is stated, which is presumaby Port of Spain in Babylonian terms. 52 pp.
Akindes, Simon. (2002) "Playing it loud and striaght": Reggae, Zouglou, Mapouka and Youth insubordination in Côte d'Ivoire. In Mai Palmberg & Annemette Kirkegaard (eds.), Playing with identities in contemporary music in Africa, 86-103. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.
Albuquerque, Carlos. (1997) O Eterno Verão do Reggae. Editora 34, São Paulo. Contains some additional Brazil-specific information. 192 pp.
Albuquerque, Klaus de. (1977) Millenarian Movements and the Politics of Liberation: The Rastafarians of Jamaica. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University doctoral dissertation. Professor Klaus de Albuquerque died in 1999. 398 pp.
Albuquerque, Klaus de. (1979) The future of the Rastafarian movement. Caribbean Review 8(4). 22-25, 44-46.
Albuquerque, Klaus de. (1980) Rastafarian and cultural identity in the Caribbean. Revista/Review Interamericana 10(2). 230-247.
Alleyne, Mervyn. (1996) Africa: Roots of Jamaican Culture. USA: Research Associates School Times Publications and Frontline Distribution International by Arrangement with Pluto Press.
Alleyne, Mike. (2006) Inside Out: Dancehall and the "Re-Cooperation" of Meaning. Small Axe 21. 150-160.
Alleyne, Mike. (2012, ) The Encyclopedia of Reggae: The Golden Age of Roots Regga. Sterling. 352 pp.
Alston, James Anthony. (1996) The role of music in Rastafarian society in Jamaica (1930-1995). University of Pittsburgh doctoral dissertation. 359 pp.
Anbessa, Gad. (2021) Orders and medals of the Emperor Haile Selassie I. Éditions Fitawrari. 97 pp.
Anbessa-Ebanks, Ras Kwende B. (2004) Rastafari livity: a basic information text. 2nd edn. London: Kwemara Publications. 128 pp.
Anderson, Roydale. (2004) My Reggae Journey: Music's Rough, Tough Road. 1st Books Library. Record producer/importer's story.
Andreasen, Esben & Steffen Bendix. (1983) Jamaica -- Slavery, Rastafari and Reggae. Kaleidoscope, Copenhagen. 96 pp.
Andwele, Adisa. (2006) The Contribution of Rastafarianism to the Decolonization of the Caribbean. In Werner Zips (ed.), Rastafari: A Universal Philosophy in the Third Millenium, 7-20. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers.
Anglès, Eric, Chris Hensley & Denis-Constant Martin. (1994) Les tambours de Jah et les sirènes de Babylone: Rastafarisme et Reggae dans la société jamaïcaine (Les Cahiers du CERI no 9 - 1994). France: Les Cahiers du CERI, Paris.
Antohin, Esther Sellassie. (2007) Ethiopians & Rastafari. Selassie Pub. [I don't have it!]
Appice, Carmine. (1983) Realistic Reggae Rock. USA: Warner Bros. Publications Inc., New York.
Arasmus, . (2010) The Gospel of Rastafari. Lulu. 56 pp.
Archbold, Sergio Santana. (1994) Peter Tosh: El Ministro del Reggae. Colombia: Ediciones Salsa y Cultura, Medellin.
Archbold, Sergio Santana. (1996) Bob Marley: Talkin' Blues. Ediciones Salsa y Cultura, Medellín. [I don't have it!]
Armstrong, Adaria Amy. (2000) Chant down Babylon: The reggae musical scene of the Bay Area (California). California Institute of Integral Studies MA thesis. 141 pp.
Asfa-Wossen, Asserate. (2014) Der letzte Kaiser von Afrika: Triumph und Tragödie des Haile Selassie. Berlin: Propyläen. [I don't have it!] 416 pp.
Asfa-Wossen, Asserate. (2015) King of Kings: The Triumph and Tragedy of Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia. Haus Publishing. 336 pp.
Assante, Ernesto. (1980) Reggae: da Bob Marley ai Police, da Kingston a Londra: storia e protiagonisti della rivoluzione musicale Giamaicana. Italy: Savelli, Milano. 126 pp.
Assbring, Kalle & Nils Åkesson. (2007) Outernational: A story about Trinity sound system. Dokument, Stockholm. 120 pp.
Atiba Alemu I, Jahson. (1994) The Rastafari Ible: the books of 1. The Glory of Kings 2. The Utterance of Jah. Research Associates School Times Publications and Frontline Distribution, Chicago. Utterance of Jah originally from 1981, The Glory of Kings 1985 (Revised edition 1994). 65 pp.
Augier, Roy. (2013) You must be willing to reason together. In Jahlani Niaah & Erin MacLeod (eds.), Let Us Start with Africa: Foundations of Rastafari Scholarship, 43-55. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.
Augustyn, Heather & Adam Reeves. (2017) Alpha Boys School: Cradle Of Jamaican Music. Chesterton, Indiana: Half Pint Press. 400 pp.
Augustyn, Heather. (2010) Ska: An oral history. Mcfarland & Co. 208 pp.
Augustyn, Heather. (2013) Don Drummond: The Genius and Tragedy of the World's Greatest Trombonist. London: Mcfarland & Co Inc. 233 pp.
Augustyn, Heather. (2013) Ska: The Rhythm of Liberation (Tempo: a Rowman & Littlefield Music Series on Rock, Pop, and Culture). Scarecrow Press. 180 pp.
Augustyn, Heather. (2014) Songbirds: Pioneering Women in Jamaican Music. Half Pint Press. 424 pp.
Augustyn, Heather. (2018) Operation Jump Up: Jamaica's Campaign for a National Sound. Chesterton, Indiana: Half Pint Press. 195 pp.
Austin, David. (2001) Introduction to Walter Rodney. Small Axe 10. 60-65.
Austin-Broos, Diane J. (1987) Pentecostals and Rastafarians: cultural, political and gender relations of two religious movements. Social and Economic Studies 26(4). 1-39. Reprinted in Caribbean Sociology: Introductory Readings eds. C. Barrow & R. Reddock.
Austin-Broos, Diane J. (2001) Pentecostals and Rastafarians: cultural, political and gender relations of two religious movements. In Christine Barrow & Rhoda Reddock (eds.), Caribbean Sociology: Introductory Readings, 587-604. Ian Randle, Kingston/Markus Wiener, Princeton/James Currey, Oxford.
Authors, Varios. (2009) Bob Marley dan 11 Cerpen Pilihan Sriti.com 0809. Gramedia, Jakarta. 128 pp.
Babagbeto, Etienne T. (2000) Le Guide du Rastaman: Le Mouvement Rastafari Jamaïquain. Les Editions INCONEG, Creteil, France/Cotonou, Benin. Nothing that isn't available in the Anglophone books - even the pictures are copied. 233 pp.
Babatunji, Ayotunde Amtac. (1994) Prophet on Reggae Mountain: Meditations of Ras Shabaka Maasai, Prophet of Jah Rastafari. Rochester, N. Y.: Garvey-Tubman-Nanny-Nzinga. [I don't have it!] x+85 pp.
Back, Les, Tim Crabbe & John Solomos. (1998) Lœver, Sorthuder & Reggae-Sild. Social kritik 57/58. 4-27. In Norwegian.
Bader, Staša. (1992) Worte Wie Feuer: Dance Hall Reggae und Raggamuffin. 2nd edn. Buchverlag Michael Schwinn. 1st edition 1988. 370 pp.
Baek, Henrik & Hans Hedegård. (1999) Dancehall Explosion: Reggae Music Into the Next Millenium. Denmark: SamlerBorsen, SB Publishing.
Baggs, Karen & Peter Beynon. (1988) Bob Marley. Nottingham, UK: Newmat. [I don't have it!] 15 pp.
Bailey, Beryl Loftman. (1966) Jamaican Creole Syntax: A Transformational Approach. CUP. 164 pp.
Bailey, John. (2016) The History of Skinhead Reggae 1968-1972. 2nd edn. Milton Keynes: Lightning Source. 281 pp.
Bailey, Wade. (2007) Rastafari and it's Shamanist Origin's. Lulu, USA. 94 pp.
Bakare-Yusuf, Bibi. (2006) Clashing Interpretations in Jamaican Dancehall Culture. Small Axe 21. 161-173.
Baker, Christopher. (1996) Jamaica: a Lonely Planet travel survival kit. Lonely Planet Publications, Australia.
Baker, Phillip. (1994) Blood Posse. Picador. 392 pp.
Banjoko, Panya. (2002) Rasta in the Millennium. Nottinghamshire Living History Archive Millennium Award Scheme, Nottingham.
Banks, Russell. (1985) Rule of the Bone. HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY. [I don't have it!]
Barimah, Nana Antwi Boasiako. (2000) Black Jah. Ghana: Ras Binghi's Vibes, Kumasi. Author also known as Ras Binghi.
Barnett, Michael Antonio. (2000) Rastafarianism and the Nation of Islam as institutions for group-identity formation among blacks in the United States: A case study comparing their approaches. Florida International University doctoral dissertation. 256 pp.
Barnett, Michael Antonio. (2006) Differences and Similarities Between the Rastafari Movement and the Nation of Islam. Journal of Black Studies 36(6). 873-893.
Barnett, Michael. (2005) The Many Faces of Rasta: Doctrinal Diversity within the Rastafari Movement. CQ 51(2). 67-78.
Barnett, Michael. (2006) Rastafarianism as an African Diasporic Phenomenon. Journal of Caribbean Studies 20(3). 205-218.
Barnett, Michael. (2014) Rastafari in the New Millennium. Syracure University Press. 360 pp.
Barrett, Leonard E. (1974) Soul-Force: African Heritage in Afro-American Religion. Anchor Books, New York. 251 pp.
Barrett, Leonard E. (1978) African Roots in Jamaican Indigenous Religion. Journal of Religious Thought 35(1). 7-26.
Barrett, Leonard E. (1995) Understanding the Rastafarians. In Darién J. Davis (ed.), Slavery and Beyond: the African Impact on Latin America and the Caribbean (Jaguar Books on Latin America 5), 212-232. Scholarly Resources Inc., Wilmington, Delaware.
Barrett, Leonard E. (1997) The Rastafarians (20th Anniversary Ed. with a new afterword). USA: Beacon Press, Boston.
Barrett, Leonard Emmanuel. (1967) The Rastafarians: A study in messianic cultism in Jamaica, West Indies. Temple University doctoral dissertation. 409 pp.
Barrett, Leonard. (1968) The Rastafarians: a study in messianic cultism in Jamaica. Rio Piedras, Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico doctoral dissertation.
Barrett, Leonard. (1997) The Rastafarians: Sounds of Cultural Dissonance - The story of Jamaica's incredible brethren - a tale of ganja, reggae, and Jah love. USA: Beacon Press.
Barrow, Steve & Stuart Baker. (2012) Reggae Soundsystem: Original Reggae Album Cover Art. London: Soul Jazz Publishing. 239 pp.
Barrow, Steve & Stuart Baker. (2012) Reggae 45 Soundsystem: The label art of reggae singles. London: Soul Jazz Publishing. 480 pp.
Barrow, Steve & Peter Dalton. (2001) The Rough Guide to Reggae. 2nd edn. Penguin Books, London.
Barrow, Steve & Peter Dalton. (2004) The Rough Guide to Reggae. 3rd edn. Penguin Books, London. 496 pp.
Barrow, Steve. (2011) The Album Cover Art of Studio One Records. London: Soul Jazz. 216 pp.
Barsch, Volker. (2003) Rastafari: von Babylon nach Afrika. Ventil Verlag, Mainz. Excellent up-to-date German intro. Short on original research. 189 pp.
Bartsch, Alex. (2018) Covers: Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves in London. London: One Love Books. 128 pp.
Bateman, Christopher & Al Newman. (2016) In Fine Style: The Dancehall Art of Wilfred Limonious. One Love Books. 272 pp.
Beaubrun, Michael H. (1976) Cannabis and Alcohol: The Jamaican Experience. In Vera Rubin (ed.), Cannabis and Culture, 485-496. Mouton, the Hague.
Beckford, Robert. (1998) Jesus is Dread: Black Theology and Black Culture in Britain. Darton, Longman and Tood Ltd, London. Roughly one chapter dealing directly with Rastafari but unfortuantely that's just some reflections on Marley lyrics and symbolism. 194 pp.
Bedasse, Monique A. (2017) Jah Kingdom. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 254 pp.
Bedasse, Monique. (2010) Rasta Evolution: The Theology of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Journal of Black Studies 40(5). 960-973.
Bedasse, Monique. (2013) "To Set-Up Jah Kingdom": Joshua Mkhululi, Rastafarian Repatriation, and the Black Radical Network in Tanzania. Journal of Africana Religions 1(3). 293-323.
Bender, Wolfgang. (1982) Rasta Kunst: EIN Einblick. In Jurgen Martini (ed.), Gesellschaft und Kultur in der Karibik: Beiträge zur 1. interdisziplinären Karibik-Tagung an der Universität Bremen. Bremen Universität. [I don't have it!]
Bender, Wolfgang. (1983) Liberation From Babylon: Rasta Painters in Jamaica. In Jurgen Martini (ed.), Missile and Capsule. Bremen Universität.
Bender, Wolfgang (ed.). (1984/1992) Rastafari: Kunst aus Jamaika. Bremen/Berlin: CON Medien- und Vertriebsgesellschaft and Berliner Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Mitarbeiter: Alja Naliwaiko, Rainer Epp, Wolfgang Binder and Walter Kranl
Bender, Wolfgang (ed.). (2005) Rastafarian Art. Jamaica/USA: Ian Randle. 144 pp.
Bender, Wolfgang. (2014) The Way to Shashamane: The Rastafari return to a fictive Ethiopia. In Susanne Epple (ed.), Creating and Crossing Boundaries in Ethiopia: Dynamics of social categorization and differentiation, 213-232. Köln: Köppe.
Benjamin, Ras Marcus. (1994) Dub Talking. Rasta Connection L.L.C., Fort Collins, Colorado. Seventy-three poems (about 75 pages). Titles include: "With Jah Love In My Heart", "Rasta Wear Red, Gold and Green," "Twelve Tribes of Israel", "Reggae Music Just Come", "The Nyahbinghi Drum". [I don't have it!]
Berg, Tommy. (2001) Funky Kingston - The Jamaican Music Industry in a Global Context. Department of Economic History, Uppsala University, MFS Reports 2001:4. 44 pp.
Berg, William R. van de. (1998) Rastafari Perceptions of Self and Symbolism. In Peter B. Clarke (ed.), New Trends and Developments in African Religions, 159-175. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connectitut.
Berhanu, Abebe. (2007) Les Boyadjian: Photographes Arméniens à la cour du Négus (Connaissance des Arts). Société Français de Promotion Artistique, Paris. 34 pp.
Bermúdez, Darío. (2005) Rastafaris: La Mística de Bob Marley (Colección del Canal Infinito). Kier, Buenos Aires. 159 pp.
Bernard, Anton. (1992) It's Time We Speak. Self published, no location stated. Twenty poems (56 pages). Titles include: "Rasta", "True Believer", "Refugee", "Flowers and Weeds". [I don't have it!]
Best, Curwen. (2004) Culture at the Cutting Edge: Tracking Caribbean Popular Music. University of West Indies Press. 259 pp.
Beyecha, Mahlet Ayele. (2018) The Rastafari in Ethiopia: Challenges and Paradoxes of Belonging. Leiden University MA thesis. xviii+229 pp.
Bhujangi, Baba Kali. (2006) Haile Selassie and the Concept of Enlightenment -- The Supreme Overstanding. No publisher stated. Baba's Babylonian name appears to be Joseph P. Simmons.
Bilby, Kenneth M. & Bunseki Kia Fu-Kiau. (1983) Kumina: A Kongo-based Tradition in the New World (Le Cahiers du CEDAF, series 4: linguistique/taalkunde 8). CEDAF - Centre d'etude et de Documentation Africaines. 103 pp.
Bilby, Kenneth M. & Elliot Leib. (1986) Kumina, the Howellite Church and the emergence of Rastafarian traditional music in Jamaica. Jamaica Journal 19(3). 22-28.
Bilby, Kenneth M. (1983) Black Thought from the Caribbean: I-deology at home and abroad. NWG 57(3/4). 201-214.
Bilby, Kenneth M. (1985) The half still untold: recent literature on reggae and Rastafari. NWG 59(3/4). 211-217.
Bilby, Kenneth M. (1997) Tracking the Caribbean Sound: Three Current Hits. NWG 71(1/2). 69-77.
Bilby, Kenneth M. (2016) Words of Our Mouth, Meditations of Our Heart: Pioneering Musicians of Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, and Dancehall. Middleton, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press. 264 pp.
Bilby, Kenneth. (1977) The Impact of Reggae in the United States. Popular Music and Society 5. 17-22.
Birhan, Farika Iyaivata. (1983) Jah Is I Shepherd. Rastafari Roots/Redemption; Repatriation Unlimited, San Jose, California. [I don't have it!]
Birhan, Farika. (1979) Sing I a Song of Black Freedom: A collection of Rastafarian Poetry. Palo Alto, CA: Penny Press/Zikawuna. 61 pp.
Birhan, Farika. (1981) Haille Selassie: Notes on the Nyabinghi Cult. Queen Omega Publications, London. [I don't have it!]
Birhan, Farika. (1983) Afrika on the Move: A Collection of Afrikan Redemption Poems. Queen Omega Communications, San Jose, CA. [I don't have it!]
Birhan, Farika. (1983) Haile Selassie: A Collection of Theocratic Rastafari Poetry. Queen Omega Communications, San Jose, CA. [I don't have it!]
Birthwright, Eldon Vincent. (2005) Rastafari as a theology of liberation: Toward a 're-engineering of blackspace'. Emory University doctoral dissertation. 209 pp.
Birthwright, Eldon Vincent. (2011) Reggae as a Rastafari poetic of disenchantment. In Daive A. Dunkley (ed.), Readings in Caribbean history and culture: Breaking Ground. Lanham, MD: Lexington. [I don't have it!]
Bishton, Derek. (1986) Black Heart Man: A Journey Into Rasta. England: Chatto & Windus.
Bisnauth, Dale. (1996) The Rastafarian Movement. In History of Religions in the Caribbean, 185-194. Africa World Press, Trenton, New Jersey.
Bjurstrom, Erling. (1986) Reggae och RastafarI - Musik, religion, ungdomskultur och kulturidentitet på Jamaica (Delaktighetsprojektet Rapport 9). Statens Ungdomsråd, Stockholm. 265 pp.
Blake, Duane. (2003) Shower Posse: The Most Notorious Jamaican Crime Organisation. Diamond Publishing. 406 pp.
Blok, Jos C. de. (1988) In Staat van Grote Onrust: Een historische rekonstruktie van het Report on the Ras Tafari Movement in Kingston, Jamaica. Amsterdam: Historisch Seminarium, Universiteit van Amsterdam. Reports all relevant newspapers articles from the time but uses almost no other sources. Lots of information on the Henry affair. 145 pp.
Blomqvist, Martin 'sky juice'. (2021) 100 days of Dub. No Publisher Stated. 122 pp.
Blum, Bruno. (1999) Reggae Vinyls. Stephane Baches. [I don't have it!] 268 pp.
Blum, Bruno. (2000) Le Reggae. Librio Paris. A knowledgeable account. 94 pp.
Blum, Bruno. (2001) Couleur Reggae. Tana Éditions.
Blum, Bruno. (2004) Bob Marley: Le Reggae & Les Rastas. Les Éditions Hors Collection. 159 pp.
Blum, Bruno. (2005) Le Ragga: Reggae, Rap, DJ. Hors Collection, Paris. 160 pp.
Blum, Bruno. (2007) Jamaïque: Sur la piste du Reggae. Scali Paris.
Blum, Bruno. (2009) Le Rap est né en Jamaïque. Paris: Castor Music. A knowledgeable account. 237 pp.
Bogues, Anthony. (2003) Get Up, Stand Up: The Redemptive Poetics of Bob Marley. In Black Heretics, Black Prophets: Radical Political Intellectuals (Africana Thought), 187-205. ROUTLEDGE.
Bogues, Anthony. (2003) Rastafari: Babylon, Dread History, and the Politics of Jah. In Black Heretics, Black Prophets: Radical Political Intellectuals (Africana Thought), 153-185. ROUTLEDGE.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2001-2002) Discours et pratiques du mouvement rastafari en Italie: continuités et discontinuités de la transmission religieuse. Psychopatologie Africaine XXXI(1). 45-67.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2002) Le 'Rapatriement' des Rastafaris en Éthiopie: Éthiopianisme et Retour en Afrique. Annales d'Éthiopie XVIII. 253-264.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2003) De la diffusion musicale à la transmission religieuse: reggae et rastafari en Italie. In G. Bonacci & S. Fila-Bakabadio (eds.), Musiques populaires: Usages sociaux et sentiments de Rappartenance (Dossiers Africains), 73-93. EHESS, Paris.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2007) Pionniers et Héritiers: Histoire du Retour, des Caraïbes à l'Éthiopie (XIXème et XXème siècles). École des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales, Paris doctoral dissertation. 576 pp.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2008) Exodus! L'histoire du retour des Rastafariens en Éthiopie. Scali, Paris. 766 pp.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2011) An Interview in Zion: The Life-History of a Jamaican Rastafarian in Shashemene, Ethiopia. Callaloo 34(4). 744-758.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2013) The Ethiopian World Federation: A Pan-African Organisation among the Rastafari in Jamaica. Caribbean Quarterly 59(2). 33-54.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2013) La fabrique du retour en Afrique: Politiques et pratiques de l'appartenance en Jamaïque (1920-1968). Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales 29(3). 33-54.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2014) Le retour en Éthiopie des Douze Tribus d'Israël. In Philippe Chanson, Yvan Dros, Yonathan N. Gez & Edio Soares (eds.), Mobilité religieuse: Retours croisés des Afriques aux Amériques, 149-172. Paris: Karthala. [I don't have it!]
Bonacci, Giulia. (2015) Exodus! Heirs and pioneers, Rastafari return to Ethiopia. University of the West Indies Press. 482 pp.
Bonacci, Giulia. (2016) The Return to Ethiopia of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. New West Indian Guide 90. 1-27.
Bones, Jah. (1985) One Love: Rastafari History, Doctrine & Livity. UK: Voice of Rasta Publishing House, London. One of the few Rasta books written by a practitioner. Bones was an early convert who migrated to England in the early 60s. Possibly the best extant non-academic description of the faith. Very vivid and authentic reasonings on love and cosmology. Jah Bones' babylonian name was Gladstone Warburton.
Bones, Jah. (1986) Reggae Deejaying and Jamaican Afro-Lingua. In David Sutcliffe & Ansel Wong (eds.), The Language of the Black Experience, 52-58. Blackwell Publishers.
Bones, Jah. (1986) Language and Rastafari. In David Sutcliffe & Ansel Wong (eds.), The Language of the Black Experience, 37-51. Blackwell Publishers.
Bones, Jah. (Dec 1982/Jan 1983) Rastafari literature and authorship: a critique. Westindian Digest 9(90). 28-34. Scarce British journal.
Bongo Jerry. (1971) Mabrak. Savacou 3/4. 13-16. Poem
Bongo-Niaah, Jalani. (2008) Grafting a new history: Rastafari memory gems articulating a "Hermeneutics of Babylon". In Naana Opoku-Agyemang, Paul E. Lovejoy & David V. Trotman (eds.), Africa and its diasporas, 123-149. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.
Bonner, Lonnice Brittenum. (2005) Nice Dreads: Hair Care Basics and Inspiration for Colored Grils Who've Considered Locking Their Hair. USA: Three Rivers Press. 143 pp.
Booker, Cedella. (1997) Bob Marley: An Intimate Portrait by his Mother. UK: Penguin Books, London.
Boot, Adrian & Vivien Goldman. (1981) Bob Marley: Soul Rebel-Natural Mystic. UK: Eel Pie Publishing Limited/Hutchinson, London.
Boot, Adrian & Chris Salewicz. (1995) Bob Marley: Songs of Freedom. UK: Bloombury Publishing Plc, London.
Boot, Adrian & Michael Thomas. (1976) Jamaica: Babylon on a thin wire. UK: Thames and Hudson, London. 100 pp.
Boot, Adrian & Michael Thomas. (2017 [1976]) Jamaica: Babylon on a thin wire. 2nd edn. Paris: Allia. French translation of 1976 original without the photos. 95 pp.
Bordowitz, Hank (ed.). (2004) Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright: The Bob Marley Reader. Da Capo Press.
Bosch, T. (1996) The making of I-story: Rastas in Cape Town. University of Cape Town MA thesis. [I don't have it!]
Bowen, Errol W. (1971) Rastafarianism and the new society. Savacou 5. 41-50.
Bozzuti-Jones, Mark Francisco. (2014) The Rastafari Book of Common Prayer. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 421 pp.
Bracke, Sarah & Stef Jansen. (1995) Dread in Babylon: An Explorative Field Study of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. In Robert Towler (ed.), New Religions and the New Europe, 211-223. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. [I don't have it!]
Bradley, Jeffrey. (2000) Don't Worry Be NAPPY! How To Grow Dreadlocks In America And Still Get Everything You Want. USA: Netnia Communications.
Bradley, Lloyd. (1996) Reggae on CD. Kyle Cathy Limited, London. 368 pp.
Bradley, Lloyd. (2000) Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King. England: Penguin Books Ltd.
Bradley, Lloyd. (2000) This is reggae music: The story of Jamaica's music. New York: Grove Press. 573 pp.
Bradley, Lloyd. (2002) The Story Of Jamaican Music. BBC Worldwide, London, UK.
Bratfisch, Rainer. (1999) Reggae-Lexikon: Rastas, Riddims, Roots & Reggae: Vom Ska zum Dancehall - Die Musik, die aus Jamaika kam. Germany: Lexikon Imprint Verlag.
Bratfisch, Rainer. (2003) Das grosse Reggae-Lexikon. Schwarzkopf + Schwarzkopf. 590 pp.
Brathwaite, Edward Kamau. (1986) Jah Music. Savacou, Mona, Kingston, Jamaica.
Breeveld, Hans. (1980) The Rastafarian Movement in Jamaica: Tussen Kulturele Overheersing en Emancipatie. Netherlands: Amstelveen/Zeist. In Dutch. ii+77 pp.
Breiner, Laurence A. (1985-86) The English Bible in Jamaican Rastafarianism. The Journal of Religious Thought 42(2). 30-43.
Breitwieser, Thomas & Hermann Moter. (1981) Made in Kingston, JA: Babylon in der Karibik. 2nd edn. Typescript, Darmstadt. 127 pp.
Brodber, Clyde. (2001) Rastafarian Journey. Janus Publishing, Ltd., London, UK.
Brodber, Erna & J. Edward Greene. (1981) Reggae and Cultural Identity in Jamaica. Series C no. 7, Department of Sociology, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. 30 pp.
Brodber, Erna. (1987) Marcus Garvey and the Politicisation of Some Afro-Jamaicans in the 1920s and 1930s. JJ 20(3). 66-72.
Brodber, Erna. (1987) Black consciousness and popular music in Jamaica in the 1960s and 1970s. NWG 61(3/4). 145-160.
Bronson, Marsha. (1993) Bob Marley (The World's Greatest Composers). Herts, UK: Exley Pubications. 64 pp.
Brooks, A. A. (1917) History of Bedwardism or the Jamaica Native Baptist Free Church, Union Camp, Augustown, St. Andrew, JA., B.W.I.. 2nd edn. The Gleaner Co., Ltd., Kingston, Jamaica.
Brooks, Miguel. (1995) Kebra Nagast: The True Ark of the Covenant. Red Sea Press. Not the full version. Brooks is translator rather than author.
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