Buy on iTunes Buy CD Barrington Levy — Reggae Anthology: Sweet Reggae Music Release date : Dec. 18, 2012 Label : 17 North Parade Tracklist: Collie Weed Bounty Hunter Walk 2000 Miles Don't Fuss Nor Fight Shine Eye Gal Shaolin Temple A Yah We Deh Trod With Jah Jah Looking My Love Moonlight Lover Skylarking Wedding Ring Sister Carol Mary Long Tongue Stray Away Girl Look Youthman Crucifixion The Letter Song Black Hen Chicken Tribute to Moa Anbessa (ft. Jah Thomas) My Woman 21 Girls Salute Hammer Warm and Sunny Day The Winner Whom Shall I Be Afraid Of She Rob & Gorn Poor Man Style Tomorrow Is Another Day Robber Man Soldier Dances Are Changes Praise His Name Prison Oval Rock Black Roses Pon Your Toe Money Move Mini Bus Here I Come Under Me Sensi Disc # 1 1. Collie Weed 2. Bounty Hunter 3. Walk 2000 Miles 4. Don’t Fuss Nor Fight 5. Shine Eye Gal 6. Shaolin Temple 7. A Yah We Deh 8. Trod With Jah Jah 9. Looking My Love 10. Moonlight Lover 11. Skylarking 12. Wedding Ring 13. Sister Carol 14. Mary Long Tongue 15. Stray Away Girl 16. Look Youthman 17. Crucifixion 18. The Letter Song 19. Black Hen Chicken 20. Tribute To Moa Anbessa – Barrington Levy And Jah Thomas Disc # 2 1. My Woman 2. 21 Girls Salute 3. Hammer 4. Warm And Sunny Day 5. The Winner 6. Whom Shall I Be Afraid Of 7. She Rob And Gorn 8. Poor Man Style 9. Tomorrow Is Another Day 10. Robber Man 11. Soldier 12. Dances Are Changes 13. Praise His Name 14. Prison Oval Rock 15. Black Roses 16. Pon Your Toe 17. Money Move 18. Mini Bus 19. Here I Come 20. Under Me Sensi 17 North Parade, VP Records vintage imprint, digs through its vault to reveal their latest Reggae Anthology: Barrington Levy “Sweet Reggae Music” (1979-84) on December 18, 2012. Filled with certified classics from beginning to end, this 40-track double disc collection covers the early years of Barrington Levy’s astonishing career in chronological order. In addition to this timeless musical selection, the set’s liner notes give an in-depth look of the living legend’s journey throughout this crucial period. The first portion of the anthology runs through Barrington Levy’s breakout hits (“Ah Yah We Deh,” “Collie Weed” and “Looking My Love”) and key recordings off his 1979 debut album Bounty Hunter (recorded at Kingston’s legendary Channel One and King Tubby’s Waterhouse studio) and his Englishman LP (recorded in England by Greensleeves Records). The set delves into a definitive time in Barrington’s career when he worked primarily with record producer ‘Junjo’ Lawes and the Roots Radics band. Barrington’s powerful sound matched with the Roots Radics’ dancehall style of rhythms moved reggae in a fresh direction, and they continued to crank out hit after hit. The second disc continues to highlight his later hits with Junjo, including “21 Girls Salute” and “Prison Oval Rock,” along with his mega crossover anthems with other producers, including “Black Roses” with Hyman Wright & Percy Chin (recorded at Channel One) and “Under Mi Sensi” and “Here I Come” with Paul “Jah Screw” Love (released on Screw’s One Time Label in UK and Thunderbolt in Jamaica). The latter hit climbed the UK’s Top 50 Chart and has recently been featured on Saints Row 2 and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. His international appeal also earned him Best Vocalist Award at the 1984 UK Reggae Awards. Barrington’s career continues to flourish. His music has arguably been sampled more than any other Jamaican artist, and he has collaborated with hip hop luminaries like Snoop Dog, Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne. This all inclusive collection not only shows off Barrington’s striking bravado and versatility as both a talented dancehall and roots & culture artist, but proves why the prolific Clarendon-born storyteller is still one of the most sought out Jamaican artists today.