Black American music has long since profoundly influenced the national sound of Jamaica and no more so was this apparent than during the early to mid-1970s when soul and funk ruled the airwaves. Featured are 12 of the most sought-after reggae interpretations of R&B dance-fillers, performed by a dozen of the greatest Jamaican talents of the period.
Track Listing: 1. Message from a Black Man - Derrick Harriott & The Chosen Few 2. Shaft - Lloyd Charmers 3. Do Your Thing - The Chosen Few 4. Woman of the Ghetto - Phyllis Dillon 5. It's Your Thing - Alton Ellis 6. Rock Steady - The Marvels 7. Is It Because I'm Black? - Ken Boothe 8. Reggae Makossa - Brent Dowe & The Gaytones 9. Here I Am Baby - Al Brown & Skin, Flesh & Bones 10. Stop the War Now - Lloyd Parks 11. Papa Was a Rolling Stone - The Pioneers 12. Reggae Stuff - The Chosen Few
Year of Production: 2017
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