Pure Reggae Volume 2 is the essential reggae compilation, containing a potent hybrid of the lates reggae, dancehall, lovers and ragga; Pure Reggae is the biggest hits, the greatest artists and the most well know contemporary producers. The jewel in the crown of Pure Reggae Volume 2 is Beres Hammond's "Over You", a true modern reggae classic. Hammond's soothing vocals sent "Over You" to the top of the British Reggae Charts for an unprecedented seventeen weeks making it the biggest reggae hit of 1996. Pure Reggae Volume 2 - the title is self-explanatory. Game Over! Derek A. Bardowell for Infamous Entertainment.
com/images/albums/46/1027046/crop 80x80 1027046. Released by Perfect Cadence Records Sep 2012 30 Tracks. The Very Best Of Reggae: Volume Two is a English album released on Sep 2012. The Very Best Of Reggae: Volume Two Album has 30 songs sung by Bob Marley, The Wailers, Phyllis Dillon.
Genre: Reggae, Ska & DubArtist: VariousDuration: Album. Dub out west - volume 2, various artists. No scratches no worries (r 002).
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Strictly Reggae Volume 2 - Various Artists - Jamdown Records. 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. Strictly Reggae Volume 2. Исполнитель: Various Artists - Jamdown Records.
Volume Two starts off in exactly the same way as its predecessor with Handsworth's biggest musical exports, the legendary Steel Pulse and Bun Dem, originally released in 1977 on the Tempus label and produced by the legendary Dennis Bovell; it's a track that deserves wider exposure. Our first act new to the series are Natural Mystique with their 1982 single Generals whilst tracks 3, 4 and 5 round off the missing A and B sides from some of the most popular artists we included last time with Iganda's Mark Of Slavery, Carnastoan's Sweet Melody and yet another Generals,. This album is British roots reggae at its finest, steering its own course and not looking over its shoulder at what was happening in Jamaica.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–Beenie Man||New Suzuki
Producer – Dave Kelly
|A2||–Captain Barkey||Go Go Macarena|
|A3||–Barrington Levy, Bounty Killer||Living Dangerously
Producer – Jah Screw
|A4||–Frankie Paul, Top Cat||Healing Of The Nation
Producer – Steve Martin
|A5||–Michael Rose||I Love King Selassie|
|B1||–Frankie Paul||Tell Me What You Like
Producer – Muscle Head
|B2||–Beres Hammond||Over You|
|B3||–Peter Hunningale||Love Is Here To Stay|
|B4||–Damage||Forever (The Fashion Lovers Mix)|
|B5||–Brian & Tony Gold||Love Me Always|
|C1||–Frisco Kid||Tink We Nice
Producer – Dave Kelly
|C2||–Richie Stephens, Bounty Killer||Maniac
Producer – Richie Stephens
|C3||–Robbie Valentine||Just Be Cool
Producer – Mafia & Fluxy
|C4||–Dennis Brown||Hit And Run|
|C5||–Errol Dunkley||Before You Walk Out Of My Life|
|D1||–Johnny Osbourne||Ain't Gonna Break My Promise
Producer – Raymond Shand
|D2||–Leroy "Mafia" Heywood||Won't You Come Home|
|D3||–Don Campbell||Find Me A Lover
Producer – Muscle Head
|D4||–Tony Douglas||A Second Chance|
|D5||–Mikey Spice||Never Say Never|
Pure Reggae Volume 2 is the essential reggae compilation, containing a potent hybrid of the lates reggae, dancehall, lovers and ragga; Pure Reggae is the biggest hits, the greatest artists and the most well know contemporary producers.
The jewel in the crown of Pure Reggae Volume 2 is Beres Hammond's "Over You", a true modern reggae classic. Hammond's soothing vocals sent "Over You" to the top of the British Reggae Charts for an unprecedented seventeen weeks making it the biggest reggae hit of 1996.
Producer Jah Screw has revamped Barringston Levy's "Living Dangerously" with a ninety's flavour. Screw's dancehall rhythms provide the perfect backdrop for Levy's tangy vocals, interspersed with Bounty Killer's distinctive tones.
Top ten UK soul act Damage are included via an exclusive reggae mix of their new single "Forever", courtesy of the production team at Fashion, whilst Beenie Man experiences solo success with the frenzied verbal assault of the Dave Kelly produced "New Suzuki". Following reggae classics such as "Old Dog" and "Slam", "New Suzuki" finds Beenie in top form over the Dugu Dugu Riddim.
Bounty Killer crops up again in combination with the rich and succulent vocals of Richie Stephens on the pre-chart number one single "Maniac", confirming his position as the King of Dancehall.
Captain Barkey resurrects his top five reggae chart hit "Go Go Wine" introducing a Latin Macarena flavour and in the process giving us a modern dancehall anthem.
The UK's finest vocalists make thier own contribution through Peter Hunningale's top five hit "Love Is Here To Stay", Leroy Mafia's "Wont You Come Home" and Don Campbell's top twenty hit "Find Me A Lover".
Pure Reggae Volume 2 also welcomes the return of two old favourites; Errol Dunkley experienced a national top twenty hit 1979 with John Holt's "OK Fred" and "Before You Walk Out Of My Life" shows the man to be in top form in 1996. Mykal Roze, formerly of the legendary black consciousness band Black Uhuru, gives us the spiritual uplifting vibe of "I Love King Selassie".
Dependable reggae favourites Frankie Paul "Tell Me What You Like", Dennis Brown "Hit And Run", Mikey Spice "Never Say Never", and Johnny Osbourne "Aint Gonna Break My Promise" also offer their own inimitable contributions to the Pure Reggae Experience.
Pure Reggae Volume 2 - the title is self-explanatory. Game Over!
Derek A. Bardowell for Infamous Entertainment.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5018272004911
|DINCD134||Various||Pure Reggae Volume Two (CD, Comp)||Dino Entertainment||DINCD134||UK||1996|