History of Nyahbinghi

© Steve Barrow & Peter Dalton - The Rough guide to reggae

Kibir-Am-Lak Nyahbinghi (sometimes spelt 'nyabhingi' or 'nyabingi') music in its purest form is the music played at Rastafarian meetings or 'grounations', and is based around a style of relentless drumming and chanting. Sometimes a guitar or horns are used (ska musicians such as Johnny 'Dizzy' Moore and Don Drummond developed their approaches at such gatherings), but no amplification at all is employed.
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