Saturday, July 11, 2009

Rhythm From The Riddim Twins

If your knowledge of reggae is limited to Bob Marley, this is a good place to branch out. Many reggae fans will tell you to check out Peter Tosh or Burning Spear, but I think Black Uhuru is a better start. Black Uhuru avoids Tosh's ominousness and Burning Spear's political stance in favor of preaching social solidarity a la Bob Marley. This compilation is a lil' bit of everything, including some cheesy 80s synthesizers.

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Black Uhuru - Liberation: The Island Anthology [1993]

















Disc 1
Mp3, Stereo, 320 kbps, 150.7 MB

1. Chill Out
2. Party Next Door
3. Black Uhuru Anthem (previously unreleased)
4. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
5. Shine Eye Gal
6. Sponji Reggae
7. Wicked Act
8. Botanical Roots - (previously unreleased)
9. Somebody's Watching You - (previously unreleased)
10. Utterance
11. Slaughter
12. I Love King Selassie
13. Darkness / Dubness
14. Elements - (previously unreleased)

Disc 2
Mp3, Stereo, 320 kbps, 147.6 MB

1. What Is Life (previously unreleased)
2. Youth of Eglington
3. Youth
4. Right Stuff
5. Whole World Is Africa
6. Happiness (previously unreleased)
7. Mondays / Killer Tuesday
8. Solidarity
9. Ion Storm
10. Try It (previously unreleased)
11. Bull in the Pen (previously unreleased)
12. Sinsemilla
13. Puff She Puff
14. Party in Session

5 comments:

Steve said...

This looks like such a perfect collection of BU- can't wait to hear it. Thanks so much!

Sly said...

Looks like it's time for me to give something back...

black uhuru's 1981 album : black sounds of freedom:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/rd452g


To me, this is the best Uhuru album. The dub version of this album by Sly and Robbie is also a must have.

Thanks for all the good tunes!

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Anonymous said...

Cheers for the post will enjoy listening to the music, especially as I'm only beginning to expand my reggae horizon.
Torontomush

Anonymous said...

Thanks!