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My reggae collection.

Discussion in 'Other downloads' started by blacknred, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. blacknred

    blacknredExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    My reggae collecTIN?? Fuckinhell !! My reggae collecTION .
    2nd up ; CULTURE-TWO SEVENS CLASH

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    Two Sevens Clash is the debut album by roots reggae band Culture, recorded with producer Joe Gibbs at his own Joe Gibbs Recording Studio in Kingston in 1976, and released on Gibbs' eponymous label in 1977 . The album's title is a reference to the date of July 7, 1977.

    Hill said "Two Sevens Clash," Culture's most influential record, was based on a prediction by Marcus Garvey, who said there would be chaos on July 7, 1977, when the "sevens" met. With its apocalyptic message, the song created a stir in his Caribbean homeland and many Jamaican businesses and schools shuttered their doors for the day.

    The liner notes of the album read: "One day Joseph Hill had a vision, while riding a bus, of 1977 as a year of judgment -- when two sevens clash -- when past injustices would be avenged. Lyrics and melodies came into his head as he rode and thus was born the song "Two Sevens Clash" which became a massive hit in reggae circles both in Jamaica and abroad. The prophecies noted by the lyrics so profoundly captured the imagination of the people that on July 7, 1977 - the day when sevens fully clashed (seventh day, seventh month, seventy-seventh year) a hush descended on Kingston; many people did not go outdoors, shops closed, an air of foreboding and expectation filled the city."


    1. "Calling Rasta Far I" – 2:30
    2. "I'm Alone in the Wilderness" – 3:25
    3. "Pirate Days" – 2:52
    4. "Two Sevens Clash" – 3:30
    5. "I'm Not Ashamed" – 3:59
    6. "Get Ready to Ride the Lion to Zion" – 3:27
    7. "Black Starliner Must Come" – 2:42
    8. "Jah Pretty Face" – 3:39
    9. "See Them a Come" – 3:24
    10. "Natty Dread Taking Over" – 3:46


    Aye , but shouldn't that be three sevens clash ? :ecouteurs:
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Monkey Business (The Definitive Skinhead Reggae Collection)
    Release Date : 2019

    Another reissue of the [r=550327] LP, originally issued in 1980, with bonus tracks. This issue is a double LP with a gate fold sleeve. Came with a sticker on the cellophane "Trojan, Spirit Of 69, 2LP Gatefold, TJDLP541"On back cover - "All tracks ℗ 2019 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., A BMG company..."
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    Label - Trojan Records

    bThe Beginning:/b
    Although seemingly inconsequential at the time, July 28th 1967 proved to be a momentous date in the history of Jamaican music. For it was on that day that a30414 and a4150873 from Island Records, one of the UK's leading independent record companies, launched a sub-label that would come to symbolise and forever be associated with the reggae style that was to make Jamaica a musical superpower.
    The imprint was of course Trojan. A subsidiary created specifically to showcase the productions of one of Jamaica's most popular and successful producers, Arthur "Duke" Reid, who himself had acquired the moniker from the make of the British-built seven-ton truck he had used to transport his powerful sound system around the island since the fifties.
    The company took its name from Reid's Trojan sound system and eponymous Jamaican label active at the same time -this has a different design, depicting two bulls fighting in the label ring and Tarus (sic) inscribed on the right.
    Over the initial six months eleven singles were issued in the UK on the Island off-shoot but, by the start of 1968, the company had pulled the plug, deciding their Treasure Isle imprint would suffice as main output for Duke Reid's material in the UK. Nonetheless, during its brief lifespan, the Trojan label had highlighted some of the finest music to emanate from Jamaica during the height of the Rocksteady era. The Trojan Story might well have ended there, with the label little more than a footnote in the annals of Island Records' illustrious history, and that it is not is due more to luck than forethought. Some seven months after its demise, Trojan was resurrected, altough this time around it was much more than just a minor, if respectable, Jamaican music label. Now it was a new dynamic company that over the coming years would dominate the Jamaican records market in the UK.

    In the 60s and 70s Trojan Records successfully spread Reggae throughout the UK and beyond, licensing Jamaican recordings as well as producing UK based acts.

    The original parent company l284689 and the Trojan back catalogue was sold to l277213 in the 1970s and Allied continued to release records as Trojan Records.

    The full Trojan Records catalogue was acquired by Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. in 2001. In 2007, Sanctuary was bought by the Universal Music Group who sold it to BMG in 2013. Since 2014, the Trojan Records were distributed in Europe by BMG with PIAS. Reissues on Music On Vinyl from 2017 are via Townsend Music, who also run Trojan Records' webstore.

    Label Code: LC 1344
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  2. jayjay1

    jayjay1New Member New Member


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    Thanx forsharing these -i dont think this is the last concert BMW played but rather tracks from various gigs from the last few shows they played before the great mans death -redemption song is defo from the last show which i belive was played in pittsburg usa -anyway many thanx for sharing these -its good to know that old skool reggae is still loved many yrs after his Bobness passed..... :thumbsup:
     
  3. jayjay1

    jayjay1New Member New Member


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    Thanx forsharing these -i dont think this is the last concert BMW played but rather tracks from various gigs from the last few shows they played before the great mans death -redemption song is defo from the last show which i belive was played in pittsburg usa -anyway many thanx for sharing these -its good to know that old skool reggae is still loved many yrs after his Bobness passed.....
     
  4. Anxiety69

    Anxiety69Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    bob marley was a corporate sellout.
     
  5. cockneyreject

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    whatever 69......and which ghetto do you hail from? until you've walked etc etc.......