Reggae Anthology King Jammys – Roots, Reality and Sleng Teng – Various Artists

Reggae Anthology King Jammys – Roots, Reality and Sleng Teng – Various Artists
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Various Artists — Reggae Anthology King Jammys - Roots, Reality and Sleng Teng
Release date : Jul. 24, 2015
Label : 17th North Parade

Disc # 1  1. Bad Girl – Black Uhuru, Scorcher And Nicodemus
 2. African Love / Yogi Bear – Black Uhuru And Prince Hammer
 3. Selassie On His White Horse – John Steele
 4. Engineer Affair – Errol Scorcher
 5. Zambia – Jammy And Tubby
 6. Where You Gonna Run – The Fantells
 7. Jah Created The World – Hortense Ellis
 8. Love Tickles Like Magic – Junior Delgado
 9. The Lord Is My Shepherd – Dennis Brown
10. Skank At The Party – Mighty Rudo
11. Water Pumping – Johnny Osbourne
12. Boom-shack-a-lack – Junior Reid
13. Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This – Echo Minott
14. Money Man Skank – Half Pint
15. Children Of The Ghetto – Cocoa Tea
16. Clarks Booty – Little John
17. Under Me Sleng Teng – Wayne Smith
18. It A Ring – Tonto Irie
19. Trouble Again – King Kong
20. Sweet Reggae Music – Nitty Gritty
Disc # 2  1. Wear Yu Size – Lt Stitchie
 2. Original Kuff – Chaka Demus
 3. Rock Them One By One – Eccleton Jarrett
 4. Nah Lef Ya – Josey Wales
 5. Run Around Girl – Chuck Turner
 6. I Know The Score – Frankie Paul
 7. This Magic Moment – Leroy Gibbons
 8. Punanny – Admiral Bailey
 9. Duck Dance – Red Dragon
10. Get Up Stand Up And Rock – Shabba Ranks
11. Tumbling Down – Alton Ellis
12. If I Were A Carpenter – John Holt
13. Running From Reality – Admiral Tibet
14. Who She Love – Cocoa Tea, Home T And Shabba Ranks
15. Here I Am – Sanchez
16. Bandelero – Pinchers
17. Roots, Reality And Culture – Bounty Killer
18. Lord Watch Over Our Shoulders – Garnett Silk
19. Fire Bun A Weak Heart – Bushman
20. One Love – Sizzla

Lloyd ‘King Jammy’ James is an iconic figure in Jamaican reggae with countless hits to his name. His Jammys label and recording studio have been the home of some key developments in the genre, particularly his classic Sleng Teng riddim which spurred reggae’s ‘digital era’. This album, companion to the anthology release “Roots, Reality and Sleng Teng” focuses on the roots phase of Jammy’s productions including tracks from Dennis Brown and Black Uhuru. The album mixes singer and DJ combinations on Bad Girl and African Love/ Yogi Bear plus Zambia the dub collaboration with King Tubby with whom Prince Jammy made his start.


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