• Cover.gif Origine du Groupe : V.A World
    Style : Reggae , Dub , Ska , Ragga , Electro Dub , Instrumental
    Sortie : 2011

    Tracklist :       
    01 - Babyhead - Jungle Law
    02 - Brain Damage - Let me be (featuring Learoy Green)
    03 - Dave Barker meets the Upsetter -  Runaway child
    04 - Soom T & Disrupt - Puff The Police
    05 - Clinton Fearon - Get Out
    06 - Hijas de Zion - Nunca más
    07 - Easy Stars All-Stars - Time (groove corporation remix)
    08 - Deadbeat with Paul St. Hilaire - Babylon correction
    09 - Indigenous Resistance - Brothers and Sisters [Deeder Zaman's Burning Babylon Mix]
    10 - Lion Zion - Children, Children
    11 - Los Skarnales - ¿Cuántas Veces¿
    12 - Ondubground - Problem Rmix
    13 - Malika Madremana - Soldier Culture
    14 - Dubkasm - Beto's Yard (feat Ras Addis)
    15 - Donald + Lulu With The Wailers - Dream Of Me
    16 - Scubaroots - Give It Up Son (before your head explodes)
    17 - Ska Cubano -  Hold Tight Jamaica
    18 - Pupajim - Business of war
    19 - Marcia Griffiths  - Where Were You
    20 - Laurel Aitken - Babelon


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    Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
    Style : Reggae , Lovers
    Sortie : 1982

    By  benjamin From http://www.roots-archives.com

    Good album. not really roots indeed but very smooth and melodic with the hardest rythm section ever. I think it's really worth listening. Once again, the sound is close to other early 80' 's wailers works. The voices are more like ballads or folk songs, but the mix is nice and original.

    Vocals : Donald Davidson & Kevan Lulu Davidson
    Backing Band : The Wailers
    Drums : Carlton Barrett
    Bass : Aston Barrett
    Lead Guitar : Junior Marvin
    Rhythm Guitar : Leroy Hamilton
    Keyboards : Stephen Stewart & Wire Lindo
    Percussions : Seeco Patterson

    Studios :
    Recording : Tuff Gong (Kingston, JA)

    Tracklist :       
    01 - Just Cool Runnins
    02 - You Better Believe It
    03 - I Know Your A Child
    04 - Lulu What We Gonna Do
    05 - Dream Of Me
    06 - Love One Another
    07 - Marble Stones
    08 - I Never Wrote A Love Song
    09 - Destiny
    10 - Beautiful Garden


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    Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
    Style : Reggae , Rocksteady , Ska
    Sortie : 1970 (1996)

    From http://www.amazon.com

    Originally released in 1970, Prisoner Of Love marked Dave Barker’s arrival as one of its most promising and versatile talents on the Reggae scene. Highlighting his skills as both singer and toaster, the set provided an ideal showcase for Dave’s versatility at the mic, while also perfectly illustrating Lee Perry’s rugged production style of the period. 36 years on, this classic album has been augmented with an additional 13 Lee Perry-produced recordings from the period, selected by Lee Perry biographer, David Katz.

    Tracklist :       
    01. Shocks Of Mighty
    02. Build My Whole World Around You
    03. My Cup
    04. Love Me Baby
    05. Set Me Free
    06. Blowing In The Wind
    07. Prisoner Of Love
    08. I Was Wrong
    09. One Little Lie
    10. Skanky Chicken
    11. Never Before
    12. The Same Game
    13. Runaway Child


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    Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
    Style : Reggae
    Sortie : 1991 (1978)

    By C.DANNY BREAKENRIDGE from http://www.marciagriffiths.net

    The legendary Marcia Griffiths, the premier popular female vocalist of Jamaican music, is the undisputed champion for recording and releasing hit songs. She is the reigning Empress of Reggae Music. Marcia has been performing professionally for over 30 years, a major accomplishment by any measure, in any field of endeavor. Moreover, the consistency of hits that were released in this era, such as “Fire Burning”, “I Shall Sing”, “You Have Lost That Loving Feeling”, the recent remake “Tell Me Now,” and "Run Up And Down" clearly shows her potential to deliver and prevail.

    The first song Marcia Griffiths ever recorded was “Wall Of Love” for producer, Coxone Dodd at Studio One. That song was never released. The first hit single Marcia released was “Feel Like Jumping”, written by Bob Andy, arranged by Jackie Mittoo and produced by Coxone Dodd on the Studio One ( Down Beat) label. Played in establishments like Britannia Bournemouth to the corner pub, the song was well liked all around. Her debut album “Marcia Griffiths at Studio One” was from the same label and producer. This album featured the first combination recording of Bob and Marcia - “Always Together”. Marcia’s second album for Studio One, titled “Truly” was released in 1998 by Heartbeat Records.

    In 1970, as a duo, Marcia and Bob had an international hit with “Young Gifted And Black”. They earned a Silver Disc award and released an album with the same name; that album was produced by Harry J. and released by Trojan Records in England and Europe. “Young Gifted and Black” was subsequently released by Motown Records in the USA. The next year (1971) Bob and Marcia had another hit on the London and European charts with “The Pied Piper”. They released a second duet album with their hit as the title track, which was again produced by Harry J. for Trojan Records. After that period of success, Bob & Marcia chose to pursue separate careers. In 1974, Marcia released her second solo album “Sweet Bitter Love”, produced by Lloyd Charmers for Trojan Records.

    Marcia has the distinction of having worked with a major record label, Philip Records, in Germany. She traveled to Germany where she recorded with a thirty- two piece orchestra. She even sang two songs in the German language, “Bleib By Sir" (Stay Right Here) and “Alles Ist Wunderschoen,” (Everything is Beautiful). She also recorded an album in Germany titled “ The Reggaes” featuring Marcia Griffiths backed by the Fab 5 band.

    Marcia’s venture with a vocal group came about with the formation of the I-Threes. The I-Threes first came together with Judy Mowatt and Rita Marley singing harmony on stage for Marcia. They then started to record and began touring with Bob Marley and the Wailers, from the release of his “Natty Dread” album onwards.

    As a vocal trio the I-Threes released two albums, “Beginning” in 1983 and “The I-Threes Sing Bob Marley” in 1995. As well as a number of singles.

    Marcia recorded two albums for one of the rare female producers - Sonia Pottinger; “Naturally” in 1978 and “Stepping” in 1979. “Naturally” was singled out as Marcia’s best collection; seven of the ten tracks were written by Bob Andy (Keith Anderson).

    In 1985 Sydney Crooks produced “Rock My Soul” which was distributed on the Tuff Gong label of 56 Hope Road. Her next album was “I love Music”, produced by Chris Stanley for Mountain Music. Then came the beautiful “Marcia” in 1989, produced by Donovan Germane for Penthouse Records. In 1990, the third album from Bob & Marcia, “Really Together” was released in London by I-Anka Records. That album contains songs which were produced by Bob Andy in the mid- seventies. The Fourth CD pairing Bob & Marcia, “ Sweet Memories,” was also produced by Bob Andy, and released in London, seven years later.

    In 1991, came the revival of a single “Electric Boogie” that was written and produced by Bunny Wailer, some eight years earlier. It became a huge hit surfacing on the Bill Board Charts. Her album “Carousel” followed for Mango Records who had originally issued the single in 1983. “Carousel” was produced by the American team of The Jerks (Raphael, Joe & Larry).

    During the 90’ several unauthorised albums appeared on the international market, that has still not been adequately or accurately accounted for.

    In 1995 the popular album “Indomitable” was released, produced by Donovan Germain for the Penthouse Label. Two years later she released “Land of Love”, again for Donovan Germain. It was followed by the self-titled “Marcia Griffiths” in the -Collection Series, again on the Penthouse Label. Marcia’s most recent releases are the classic “Certified,” produced by Willie Lindo for VP Records and her newest release, a compilation entitled “Reggae Max”, released by Jet Star Records . She continues to record for Donovan Germain, Beres Hammond and Lloyd Campbell, and she is also doing some new works with Bob Andy.

    Additionally, Marcia has recorded duets with, Bob Andy, Tony Gregory, Free I, Jimmy Riley, Bunny Rugs, Beres Hammond, Mikey Spice and Cocoa Tea.


    Tracklist :
    1. Steppin' Out In Babylon
    2. Where Were You
    3. Peaceful Woman
    4. Sweet Bitter Love
    5. Why There Is No Love
    6. The Way I Feel About Yo,
    7. I'm Hurting Inside
    8. It's Impossible
    9. Give And You Get
    10. Where Is The Love


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    Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
    Style : Reggae
    Sortie : 2002
    Durée : 60min

    Par  "loyl" pour http://www.amazon.fr

    Un grand écran, un son sur 4 enceintes, voilà les ingrédients qu'il vous faut pour passer un moment inoubliable en compagnie d'un des plus grands reggaeman du monde.
    Vous ne pourrez pas passer à coté du charisme "mystique" d'un Peter TOSH impressionnant, du style à la Hendrix du guitariste,du batteur en trance, du bassiste super excité ni des percussions qui ajoutent au raggae de TOSH tout son attrait.
    A noter un public un peu mou(subjugués par le talent de Peter dira-t-on ...)
    A passer en boucle !!

    Tracklist :
    01. Intro / Creation
    02. Pick Myself Up
    03. African
    04. Coming In Hot
    04. Not Gonna Give It Up
    06. Rastafari Is
    07. Where You Gonna Run
    08. Glass House
    09. Equal Rights / Downpressor Man
    10. Johnny B. Goode
    11. Get Up, Stand Up

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