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  VARIOUS - Studio One Roots Vol.3
VARIOUS - Studio One Roots Vol.3     
Artist:  VARIOUS
Title:  Studio One Roots Vol.3
Label:  Soul Jazz
Format:  CD
Condition:  Near Mint
Released:  2007
Release country:  Uk
Catalogue nr.:  SJRCD 168
Genre:  Reggae / Dub / Dubstep
Price: €14,99
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VARIOUS | 1 Freddie Mckay (im) A Free Man 1 Freddie Mckay (im) A Free Man
VARIOUS | 2 Jennifer Lara A Change Is Gonna Come 2 Jennifer Lara A Change Is Gonna Come
VARIOUS | 3 Alton & Zoot Oppression 3 Alton & Zoot Oppression
VARIOUS | 4 Winston Flames In A Armagideon 4 Winston Flames In A Armagideon
 
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Tracklisting:
1. Freddie Mckay (I'm) A Free Man
2. Jennifer Lara A Change Is Gonna Come
3. Alton & Zoot Oppression
4. Winston Flames In A Armagideon
5. Dillinger Babylon Fever
6. The Gladiators Re Arrange
7. Vin Gordon Fullness
8. Larry Marshall Better Must Come
9. Cliff Stewart Burn Collie
10.Im And Count Ossie So Long Rastafari Calling
11.The Nightingales What A Situation
12.Clifton Gibbs & The Selected Few Brimstone & Fire
13.Dub Specialist Musical Science
14.Prince Jazzbo Creation Skank
15.Errol Dunkley Way Down Low
16.Lloyd Forest Where It's At
17.The Dynamic Four Let's Make Love
18.Judah Eskender Tafari Jah Light

Roots music flourished in the 1970s as Rastafarianism, Black consciousness and self-determinization became the most important aspects of Reggae music. Bolstered by the international success of Bob Marley and Burning Spear (both who began their careers at Studio One), Roots music became the major musical development of Reggae in the 1970s. Coxsone Dodd and Studio Ones connection to Rastafarianism had begun long before the arrival of roots music as a distinct genre that arrived at the very tail end of the 1960s. By the start of the 1960s Coxsone Dodd was making his way to Count Ossies Wareika Hills Rastafarian compound to hear Rastafarian drummers play whilst the Skatalites front-line horns Tommy McCook, Don Drummond, Johnny Moore would jam alongside. Similarly, Count Ossie would appear during Sir Coxsones dancehall sessions, performing live at the height of the evening. This is the third in the series of Rastafarian inspired music from Studio One, and features classic foundation artists alongside some seriously rare tracks from the label. With the involvement of the crack studio house bands be it the Sound Dimension, the Soul Defenders or the Brentford Road All-Stars as well as Clement Dodd and Studio Ones seriously high quality control, these tracks are all a healthy addition to the pantheon of roots music at Studio One.
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