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  • October 07, 2010

    Roots Reggae Club
    Agnieszka

    “While some label this as Reggae, these albums are more a Nyabingi fusion style; fresh sounds from Jamaica…”

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  • October 04, 2010

    JamBands.com
    Brian Robbins

    ”...the secret is out now. Whereas the first Wingless Angels album just sort of eased out into the world – you either knew about it or you didn’t – Wingless Angels II is getting the kind of attention that music like this deserves…Doesn’t matter what your zip code is, the color of your skin, who you believe is (or isn’t) watching over us all, or how many years you’ve been on this planet this time around – this music will make your bones hum with its pureness if you let it.

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  • September 28, 2010

    NoDepression.com
    Doug Heselgrave

    "…This collection of traditional songs – with some of the rhythms dating as far back as the 17th century in Uganda – was recorded over the last several years by Keith Richards at his Jamaican home. In 1997, Richards released some of these songs on his own record label as a CD entitled ‘Wingless Angels.’ The collection not only featured some of the greatest ‘spiritual healing’ tunes ever performed, but it was also one of the most important roots based compilations –from a musicological perspective – to be released in several years.

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  • September 23, 2010

    Movieline.com
    Mike Ryan

    ”...A new 20-minute documentary, Wingless Angels: A Short Film, premiered online today and explores Richards’ ongoing reggae music project Wingless Angels…”.

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  • September 23, 2010

    Gibson.com
    Ted Drozdowski

    ”...Richards describes what’s captured on Wingless Angels II, Hinds’ first new studio album release in 13 years, as “marrow music” — music that gets right inside one’s bones. He explains that the drumbeats are purposely kept just slightly slower than the human heart to induce a calming spiritual state — which means Richards also limits his guitar to gentle strumming and a few spare melody lines to fit the tenor of loose harmonies and overall super-laid-back feel that makes the disc a balm…”

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  • September 14, 2010

    Spinner.com
    Steve Hochman

    Profile by Steve Hochman on AOL Music’s Spinner.com.

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  • September 01, 2010

    Black Grooves
    Mike Tribby

    Wingless Angels reviewed by Black Grooves, a music site hosted by the Archives of African American Music & Culture (AAAMC) at Indiana University.

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  • September 01, 2010

    Relix Magazine

    The September/October issue of Relix Magazine - which hits newsstands around September 7 - features not one, but two different covers, both featuring Wingless Angels executive producer Keith Richards.

    For more information and to see the covers click here.

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  • June 07, 2010

    The Guardian
    Sean Michaels

    Guardian.co.uk: Rolling Stones guitarist revisits Wingless Angels project he formed with Jamaican musicians in the early 1970s.

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  • June 07, 2010

    Spinners.com
    Barnaby Smith

    Keith Richards is to release new music as the Wingless Angels, a project the Rolling Stones guitarist started in the mid 70s with Jamaican singer Justin Hinds, exploring Rastafarian spiritual music.

    Read more here.

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