Rebel Zion Live

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Rebel Zion, a Salt Lake City, Utah based Roots Reggae band recorded this live at Bar Deluxe in Salt Lake City Utah

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released February 25, 2010

Bronte James – Keys
Page McGinnis – Lead Guitar
Bruce Kamai – Bass
Shaun Thomas – Drums
Kimo Watanabe – Acoustic Guitar & Vocals
Jake Mahealani Glauser - Engineer

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Good music. Really good music, is music that is felt every bit as much as it's heard. That's the goal.

We produce music that is deeply meaningful to us, and hope that you will give it a listen, like, and share it with your friends and family.
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Track Name: Salvation (live)
V. 1 – So the preacher man talks, talks to his congregation, said it’s all gonna pass like in the book of Revelation, but I know I know that’s it’s like the wise man said, if they’re talking about war we’ve got to fight for peace and salvation. Salvation. Salvation, because we all, all of us are, Rebel Zion.

V. 2 – Said that they can’t take us for fools because in God we trust, and if they try to shut us down we’re gonna rise up rise up. Said that they can’t take us for fools because in God we trust, and if they try to shut us down we’re gonna rise up rise up. Salvation. Salvation, because we all, all of us are, Rebel Zion.
Solo

V. 3 – Now the word, is sharper than a two edged sword, it’s gonna role through this country like an Iron Lion. From the highest mountain top, it’s gonna roll, it’s gonna role on to Salvation, Salvation, Salvation, because we all, all of us are Rebel Zion.
Track Name: Ko'u Mana'o (Live)
Ko’u Mana’o – K. Watanabe
v. 1
Woke up last morning, in confusion, and I know that there are many, just like me. We can’t talk about, revolution. Till we first in our minds, are free free free.
Ch.
We’ve got to stop, the fussing and fighting. The killing the lying, the back biting. No more, no more, no more.
v. 2
Cause in the streets, in the streets our children are dying, and in their homes, their mother’s cry cry cry. So as we rise to face the day. As we rise we’ve got to say, say, say, we say
Ch.
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Imua! Ua mau o ka ea I ka aina I ka pono.
v.3
So this morning, I woke up with resolution. To be firm in mind, and strong in deed. Now as I rise to face the day. As I rise I’ve got to say, say, say, I say
Ch.
X4
Imua! Ua mau o ka ea I ka aina I ka pono.
X4
We say, Imua! For the youth today, we say Imua, for those locked away, we say Imua, we say Imua Hawai’i e
Track Name: Oppression (Live)
Oppression – K. Watanabe
v. 1
Oppression, feel it in our hearts. Oppression, we feel it in our soul. Rumors of wars in far off places. Uncertain freedoms beyond these fences. Sometimes I think it’s just like, sometimes I think it’s just like Peter Tosh said, he said, he said we’re sick and tired of these easy schism games, die and go to heaven in Jesus name, Lord. We know and we understand, that mighty God is a living man. You can fool some people sometimes, but you can’t fool all the people all the time. So now we see the light, we stand up for what’s right, we stand up against oppression. Race discrimination.
v. 2
Oppression, we feel it in our hearts. Oppression, we feel it in our souls. Said, sometimes I think that we live in a world, a world of sin, but music is the light that lights my path. Said, I want to know if we should break it down, tonight. I want to know if we should break it down. I said that roots rock reggae is like scripture to me, when I hear the verses I yearn to be free, I said, “Free from the masses, free from the misery, free from the Babylon from the Babylon society.”
v. 3
Oppression, feel it in our hearts. Oppression, we feel it in our soul. Rumors of wars in far off places. Uncertain freedoms beyond these fences. Sometimes I think it’s just like, sometimes I think it’s just like Peter Tosh said, he said, he said we’re sick and tired of these easy schism games, die and go to heaven in Jesus name, Lord. We know and we understand, that mighty God is a living man. You can fool some people sometimes, but you can’t fool all the people all the time. So now we see the light, we stand up for what’s right, we stand up against oppression