Kōrero: Te tupeka, te waipiro me te tarukino

Te reggae me te Rastafarianism

He ahurea anō tō te tarukino e whai ana i ōna ake whakapono, pūoro, āhuatanga ora hoki. He pononga tonu ētahi Māori nō te whakapono Rastafari. Ka mutu, e ai ki te whakapono nei, ko te tarukino tētahi huarahi ki te māramatanga. Nō te tekau tau 1970 ka puta te puoro Reggae ki Aotearoa nei i ngā rōpū pērā i a Bob Marley me tana pēne ngā Wailers. Kātahi ka matomato te tipu o ngā pēne Māori, me ērā o ngā iwi o Te Moananui-a-Kiwa. Ko ‘Herbs’ tētahi o ngā rōpū whakatangitangi rongonui, ā, kei konei tō rātou waiata mai i te tau 1987 a ‘Sensitive to a smile’. I hopukina te kiriata nei ki te marae o Mangahānea e pātata ana ki Ruatōrea. He maha te hunga whakapono Rastafari i te Tai Rāwhiti i tērā wā.

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Megan Cook, 'Te tupeka, te waipiro me te tarukino - Ngā whakapōauau', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/video/39874/te-reggae-me-te-rastafarianism (accessed 30 January 2022)

He kōrero nā Megan Cook, i tāngia i te 5 Sep 2013