http://www.dbtribute.org Classic tune by the Crown Prince, originally released in 1972 on the Sun Shot label and produced by Phil Pratt, who also produced DB's version of Black Magic Woman which you can also find on my uploads. You can find this tune today on the album Dennis Brown 1970-95 Anthology.
This cultural tune is from the same team that gave Ken his crossover smash Everything I Own. Producer Lloyd "Charmers" Tyrell sung, played on and produced loads of great reggae records in many styles. I Roy's deejay cut is from his great early sessions with Gussie Clarke.
Glenroy Washington is one of an elite group of singers who've not only kept Jamaica's vocal consciouss tradition alive during the dancehall era, but also significantly added to it by writing and performing new classics of their own. Known as a Jamaican reggae singer and songwriter, he started his musical career as a band/studio drummer in the early seventies...