The 1977 reggae album by Culture, Two Sevens Clash, featured a song called "Black Starliner Must Come". A 1978 reggae song named "Black Star Liner" by The Regulars (later renamed to Reggae Regular) appears to still be a popular song on YouTube. Also Black Slate on their album Amigo recorded a song called "Freedom Time (Black Star Liner)", with references to Marcus Garvey and "seven miles of Black Star Liner"
A. The Black Starliner Written-By – Reggae. B. Where Is Jah Written-By – George.
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Where Is Jah. Artist: Reggae Regular. Album: Best of Greensleeves - From Dubplate To Download, 2013. Greensleeves Records.
Album Title: The Black Starliner, Where Is Jah. Category: Reggae. A. The Black Star Liner. Producer – Lloyd 'TCB' Patten. Written-By – George 'Flea' Clarke (tracks: B), Reggae Regular (tracks: A). Other versions.