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Studio One Supreme: Maximum 70s & 80s Early Dancehall Sounds
3LP / Nowy

A1. Johnny Osbourne & The Prophets - "Keep That Light"
A2. Dillinger - "Natty Ten To One"
A3. Lone Ranger - "Natty Dread On The Go"
B1. Prince Jazzbo - "Minstral"
B2. Johnny Osbourne - "Jah Promise"
B3. Freddie McGregor - "Wine Of Violence"
C1. Papa Michigan & General Smiley - "Compliment To Studio One"
C2. Willie Williams - "Easy"
C3. Lone Ranger - "Quarter Pound Of Ishen"
D1. Alton Ellis - "A Fool"
D2. Jackie Mittoo & Brentford All Stars - "In Cold Blood"
D3. Jim Nastic - "Chanting"
E1. Brentford Rockers - "Bushmaster"
E2. The Gladiators & Brentford Disco Set - "Happy Man"
F1. Dub Specialist - "Still Dubbing"
F2. Sugar Minott - "Jah A Love You"
F3. Horace Andy - "Show & Tell"
F4. Freddie McGregor - "Rastaman Camp"
Opis produktu

The roots of Dancehall begin with the DJs of the early 1970s, who were the first to sing new material over earlier classic rhythms. Early DJ pioneers such as Dillinger and Prince Jazzbo both feature here toasting over classic songs - The Mad Lad’s Ten to One and The Eternals’ Queen of the Minstrel. But it is the new wave of artists who arrived at Studio One at the onset of Dancehall which enabled Studio One to maintain its number one status as the whole of Kingston’s rival music producers – Channel One, Joe Gibbs and many others – attempted to challenge this position.

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