Leroy King - Johnny Reggae album
Title: Johnny Reggae
Date of release: 1978
Size MP3: 1872 mb
Size FLAC: 1571 mb
Format: AA VQF APE XM AIFF VOC AC3
Johnny Clarke, Johnny Clark - King Of The Arena. 100 Reggae Roots Songs We Love. Santana, Earl 16, Everton Blender. Jah Loves Everyone + Impressions of Leroy Smart. 50 Years Of Jamaica Dub Tribute Vol 2. Aggrovators, Philip Smart, Yabby You.
Burning Spear's 1975 song "Red, Gold, and Green" (with Leroy Wallace on drums) is one of the earliest examples. The Steppers beat was adopted (at a much higher tempo) by some 2 Tone ska revival bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Three reggae-tinged singles from the Police's 1978 debut album, Outlandos d'Amour, laid down the template for the basic structure of a lot of rock/reggae songwriting: a reggae-infused verse containing upstrokes on guitar or keyboards and a more aggressive, on-the-beat punk/rock attack during the chorus.
Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. Roots People Music Vol 1. Исполнитель: Various artists. 50 Years of Jamaica Roots & Culture Tribute.
Johnny Osbourne (born Errol Osbourne, 1948) is a popular Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer from Kingston, Jamaica, who rose to success in the late 1970s and mid 1980s. His album Truths and Rights was a notable roots reggae success, and featured "Jah Promise" and the album's title track, "Truths and Rights". However, he is probably best known for his mid 1980s dancehall reggae hits "Buddy Bye" (based on King Jammy's Sleng Teng riddim), "Ice Cream Love" and "Water Pumping".
Album · 2007 · 40 Songs. Reggae Anthology: Winston Riley - Quintessential Techniques. George Phang: Power House Selector's Choice, Vol. 4. Various Artists. Strictly the Best, Vol. 8. Dancehall 101, Vol. 2.
Lloyd ‘King Jammy’ James is one of central pillars in the creation of modern Dancehall as we know it today, and he also created and produced some of the most influential and enduring rhythms that are still get re-mixed and reused today. Jammy started his a career as an apprentice under King Tubby and soon graduated as a formidable producer in his own right. By the latter half of the 1970s Jammy was releasing his own productions and had a number of high profile artists under his guidance, including Black Uhuru, Johnny Osbourne and many more.
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