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I Bust It In The Name Of Jah - Various - DJs of the 70s The Roots Of Ragga (CD, Album)


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  1. Jah Lyrics is a website created by and for reggae lovers. The lyrics you'll find on this website have either been transcribed by us, taken from albums, collected from .
  2. Jah Lyrics: Reggae Archives provides the most accurate Reggae lyrics on the web. Search through the website to find your favourite artists and their reggae lyrics, biblical references and albums.
  3. May 17,  · Lit was a big name well into the '70s, and the kids still remember: You can hear his intro on the Marah album "Kids in Philly." BRUCE MORROW "Cousin .
  4. In some quarters, reggae is treated as a singles music – those rare, much-sought 45s drive DJ sets and a rabid collectors’ market. But the long-playing album can also be the source of some of.
  5. Jan 31,  · The original vinyl version of Colombia Colly, the album he cut as Jah Lion in for the producer Lee Perry, changes hands for pounds 70 and is a steady seller on CD, while his s Jah Lloyd dub collections (Herb Dub, Final Judgement) are sought after by aficionados the world over.
  6. Various Artists. Country Bus Riddim. Chimney Records. Dancehall Medium BUY. Mr. Vegas. The Voices Of Sweet Jamaica. MV Music. Dancehall Medium BUY. Roots Reggae 70s. BUY. Ijahman Levi. Soul Warrior - I Am Levi. Tree Roots / VP Records. UK Roots/Reggae 70s. BUY. Various Artists. Pepperseed. Mad House Records.
  7. keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo Bringing together the original cuts of classic tracks such as "Skylarking" and Dawn Penn's instantly recognisable "No, No, No" Studio One Rockers showcases not only the talents of influential artists that were to become synonymous with reggae but also the styles, sounds and above all rhythms that were to dominate Kingston studios into the 70s and beyond.5/5(13).
  8. With Jah Wobble's reggae-drenched bass way up front and Levene's dissonant guitar forays, the band pumps out droning, fragmented dance music — disco, Samuel Beckett style.

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