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Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba

Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba by Cedric Im Brooks
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Cedric Im Brooks

Label: Honest Jons Records
Released: 2005
Views: 483

Track Listing

Lambs Bread Collie; Sabasi; Free Up Black Man; Outcry; Salt Lane Rock; Sabebe; Nobody's Business; Rasta Lead On Version; Sabayindah; Rebirth; Satta Massa Gana; Africa; Sound; Sly Mongoose; Words Of Wisdon; Jah Light It Right; Ethiopian Tikdem; Song For My Father; Collie Version.


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Cedric Im Brooks: tenor and alto saxophone, clarinet, voice, percussion, arranger; Calvin Bubbles Cameron: trombone; Nambo Robinson: trombone, percussion, lead voice; Dean Frazer: trumpet; Barbara Boland: flute; Phillip Whyte: guitars, percussion, bass, voice; Michael Ras Star: bass, voice; Vinton Roberts: bass; Brother Maurice Gregory, David Little Dee Trail, guitars; Siddy, Trevor Ochie Hule, Peter Ashbourne: keyboards; Les Clarke: lead voice; Lynford Son Myles: kit, repeater and funde drums, voice; Royston Monty Kelly, Ennis, Roy Lynn Vassel, Brother Levi Sleeves Cornelius, Fats, The Mediators, Calmore Shine Stewart: repeater and funde drums; Brother Bingi Brown: bass drum; Liz Campbell, Sister Eleanor Wint, Chimpeka: congas, percussion, voice; Mackie Burnett, Pat Lewis: congas; Bubum: legs, percussion; Saba: percusssion, voice; Young Son: kit drums, lead voice; Winston Shan Fulton, David Fuzzy Gentles: kit drums, percussion.


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