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Rocksteady: The Roots Of Reggae

Rocksteady: The Roots Of Reggae by Various Artists
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Various Artists

Label: Moll-Selekta
Released: 2009
Views: 703

Track Listing

People Rocksteady; Sounds & Pressure; Silent River Runs Deep; Stop That Train; Freedom Street; Tougher Than Tough; You Don't Love Me (No No No); Love Me Today; Rivers Of Babylon; Shanty Town (007); Tide Is High; Equal Rights; Conquering Ruler; Take It Easy; Bog Walk.


Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Leroy Sibbles: lead vocal (1, 12); Hopeton Lewis: lead vocal (2, 9, 14); Judy Mowatt: lead vocal (3); U-Roy: lead vocal (4); Ken Boothe: lead vocal (5, 10); Derrick Morgan: lead vocal (6, 13); Dawn Penn: lead vocal (7); Stranger Cole: lead vocal (8); Marcia Griffiths: lead vocal (11); Ernest Ranglin: guitar; Linford "Hux" Lewis: guitar; Jackie Jackson: bass guitar; Lloyd Parks: bass guitar; Leroy Sibbles: bass guitar; Sly Dunbar: drums; Gladstone "Gladdy" Anderson: piano; Noel "Scully" Simms: percussion; Herman "Bongo Herman" Davis: percussion; Uzziah "Sticky" Thompson: percussion; Glen DaCosta: saxophone; Headley "Deadly" Bennett: saxophone; David Madden: trumpet; Calvin "Bubbles" Cameron: trombone; Robert "Robbie" Lyn: organ, piano; Jon Williams: violin; The Tamlins: backing vocals; Jacqueline Brooks: backing vocals (2); Joel "Bunny" Brown: backing vocals (2); Latoya Hall-Downer: backing vocals (2); Yeshema McGregor: backing vocals (2).


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