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Aswad are a long-lasting British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B and soul influences to the reggae sound. They have been performing since the mid-1970s, having released a total of twenty-one albums.
- also known as Black
- genre: Reggae
- albums: "Showcase", "Rebel Souls", "To the Top", "Crucial Tracks", "Too Wicked", "Rise and Shine Again!", "The Next Frontier (Dub)", "Greatest Hits", "Follow '99", "25 Live", "Cool Summer Reggae", "Distant Thunder", "Firesticks", "Give a Little Love", "Hulet", "Live & Direct", "New Chapter", "Not Satisfied", "Reggae Greats", "Rise and Shine", "Roots Revival", "Roots Rocking: The Island Anthology", "Shine", "Aswad", "A New Chapter of Dub", "City Lock", "We Are One People", "Renaissance", "Next to You", "Jah Shaka meets Aswad in Addis Ababa Studio", "The BBC Sessions"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album - "Rise and Shine"
- nominated to Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album - "Big Up"
Who is Aswad?
Aswad a.k.a. Brinsley Forde: Brinsley Allan Forde is best known as a founding member of the reggae band Aswad and as a child actor in the children's television series Here Come the Double Deckers.
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- "Aswad" is a musical album of Aswad.
- released in (39 years ago)
- "Aswad" is a musical album of Mathis Mootz.
- released on (10 years ago)
Aswad is a male Arabic given name that means "Black".
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by Ronald H. Bayor
Aswad and Barbara Bilge, 129–42. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Bardazzi, Marco. 2009. “The Diaspora of the Christians /1 That Corner of Iraq in Detroit.
A Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)
by Ian Shaw, Robert Jameson
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by Peter Childs, Michael Storry
Names like London's Matumbi, Aswad and Misty in Roots, Bristol's Talisman and Black Roots, Nottingham's Naturalites, Liverpool's Cross Section and The Players of Instruments, Birmingham's Steel Pulse and other bands like Black Slate, ...
Family, Law and Politics by Suad Joseph, Afsāna Naǧmābādī
Aswad and B. Bilgé (eds.), Family andgender among American Muslims, Philadelphia 1996. B. Bilgé, Turkish-American patterns of intermarriage, in B. C. Aswad ...
The Encyclopedia of Aging (2006)
Fourth Edition, 2-Volume Set by Linda S. Noelker, PhD, Kenneth Rockwood, MD, FRCPC, Richard L. Sprott, Ph.D.
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