DUBROOM VIDEO REVIEW
WWW, April 2008 - Jamaican Reggae band Third World had several world hits, of which Try JAH Love was one. In 1983, they more than performed the track at the Jamaican Reggae Sunsplash festival.
Try JAH Love is in many ways an uplifting track.
The tempo and general vibe was adopted from "Disco", a non-Reggae style of music predominant throughout the late 1970's and early 1980's. Electric guitars added a Rock element but the riddim itself is 100% Reggae.
The words are full of wisdom and testify of faith in the Creator Who loves His children and keeps them conscious, upright. Like that other mega-hit entitled "Now That We've Found Love", Third World brings a crucial message from the Creator to an audience of millions.
Third World itself is a Jamaican Reggae band which is more special than it sounds. Most Jamaican Reggae, when played by a band, is played by a studio band rather than a group of musicians who make their own songs and perform these songs in live concerts.
The year is 1982 and the band decided to take almost 7 minutes to perform the magnificent "Try JAH Love" at the mother of all Jamaican Reggae festivals, the Reggae Sunsplash Festival.
Hear, See and Feel!