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Reggae inna Amazon 3 for £10 sale...

Postby Natty Rajah » Wed Jan 05, 2005 10:46 pm

Thought a few ppl might be interested that Amazon have got a 3 for £10 CD sale going on at the moment... in it there are the following (at least that i can find) reggae titles:

Reggae Greats - Toots & The Maytals
The Dub Factor - Black Uhuru
Dubbing You Crazy - Mad Professor
Reggae Greats - Linton Kwesi Johnson
Here I Come - Barrington Levy
Bob Marley - Bob Marley
Reggae Greats - Steel Pulse
Jah Kingdom - Burning Spear
The Collection - Toots & The Maytals
The Gold Collection - Peter Tosh
Reggae Greats - Jimmy Cliff
Reggae Greats - Black Uhuru
Israelites - Desmond Dekker & The Aces
Baby I'm A Want You - John Holt
Feel Alright - Bob Marley & The Wailers
Murder She Wrote - Chaka Demus & Pliers
Wild Suspense - Wailing Souls
Reggae Greats - Third World
Make 'em Move - Sly & Robbie
Soul Rebels - Bob Marley & The Wailers
The EMI Years 1973-1975 (Enhanced) - Jimmy Cliff
Reggae For Lovers - Various Artists
Mek We Dweet - Burning Spear
Totally Reggae - Various
X-Rated Reggae - Various Artists
Play Play - Rita Marley
Reggae Greats - Gregory Isaacs
Reggae Greats - Aswad
The Best Of Apache Indian - Apache Indian
Reggae Greats - Burning Spear
Soul Almighty - Bob Marley
Reggae Greats - Various Artists
Dub Showcase - Mission Control
Hulet - Aswad
Victims - Steel Pulse
Can't Blame The Youth - Peter Tosh
The Reggae Love Collection - Various Artists
Merry Reggae Christmas - John Holt
Reggae Greats - Jacob Miller & Inner Circle
Reggae Hot Shots - Various Artists
Red Gold And Green - Various Artists
Mambo Taxi - Taxi Gang
A Collection - Maxi Priest
Soul Revolution Vol. 2 - Bob Marley & The Wailers
The Best Of The Wailers - Bob Marley & The Wailers
Reggae Greats - Sly & Robbie
Upsetter Revolution Rhythm - Bob Marley & The Wailers
Reggae Tribute To Bob Marley - Various Artists

Looks like mostly a mass offload of older Island/Mango stuff, plus a few truly awful bargain basement style compilations (haven't looked at the tracklistings of them, but i bet they include the likes of Ace of Bass ;) ), but there are a few possibly interesting jewels among the muck... Mad Professor, the Jammy's and Taxi stuff...

Anyone heard and got opinions on those later Mango Burning Spear albums, or the Aswad or Steel Pulse?
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Postby Pluto » Thu Jan 06, 2005 2:59 am

Anyone heard and got opinions on those later Mango Burning Spear albums, or the Aswad or Steel Pulse?


Mek We Dweet - Burning Spear
Jah Kingdom - Burning Spear


These are from the late 80s - early 90s. Not essential (and with a rather 'mainstream' production), but Spear always keeps a minimum standard of quality in his releases and you could find some interesting moments in these ('Jah Kingdom' includes a cover of Grateful Dead's "Estimated Prophet" as a bonus track on the CD, which is a rather surprising choice for a cover)

Hulet - Aswad

This is from 1978 I think, not from their pop-reggae material. I remember that it was quite soul-influenced, but most of the songs didn't have many memorable 'hooks'. I remember that I didn't like it as much as their self-titled debut and put it away after a couple of listens. Must spin it again sometime, though.

Victims - Steel Pulse

Haven't heard this, but I would most probably avoid it unless it was really really cheap. If you have their first 4 LPs (especially "True Democracy") and their recent "African Holocaust" you have all their good stuff - if you want more you could get "Earth Crisis" (has some good tracks despite its aged synth-heavy mid-80s sound) and "Babylon The Victim" (just to have "Not King James Version").
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