Buy on iTunes Buy CD The Mighty Diamonds — Reggae Anthology: Pass The Knowledge Release date : Aug. 27, 2013 Label : 17 North Parade Tracklist: Back Weh (You No Mafia) Right Time Have Mercy Just Can't Figure Out Jah Jah Bless the Dreadlocks Jail House Cat-O-Nine Africa Shame and Pride Country Living I Need a Roof Ghetto Living Identity Gypsy Woman Keep On Moving Just Like a River Let Jah Sun Shine Swell Headed (Dubplate) I Want to Know (Dubplate) Rocky Road (Dubplate) Pass the Kouchie Bodyguard Struggling Gates of Zion Brother Man Morgan the Pirate Eyes on Africa Jah Will Work It Out Pray Unto Thee Tamarind Farm Mr. Chin Slippers Pass the Knowledge Let the Dollar Circulate Heads of Government Fight It Out There (This Is) Party Time Hypocrite (Dubplate) Survival (Dubplate) Lovely Lady The Last Dance (Last Waltz) Share Disc # 1 1. Back Weh (You No Mafia) 2. Right Time 3. Have Mercy 4. Just Can’t Figure Out 5. Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks 6. Jail House 7. Cat-o-nine 8. Africa 9. Shame And Pride 10. Country Living 11. I Need A Roof 12. Ghetto Living 13. Identity 14. Gypsy Woman 15. Keep On Moving 16. Just Like A River 17. Let Jah Sun Shine 18. Swell Headed (Dubplate) 19. I Want To Know (Dubplate) 20. Rocky Road (Dubplate) Disc # 2 1. Pass The Kouchie 2. Bodyguard 3. Struggling 4. Gates Of Zion 5. Brother Man 6. Morgan The Pirate 7. Eyes On Africa 8. Jah Will Work It Out 9. Pray Unto Thee 10. Tamarind Farm 11. Mr Chin Slippers 12. Pass The Knowledge 13. Let The Dollar Circulate 14. Heads Of Government 15. Fight It Out There 16. (This Is) Party Time 17. Hypocrite (Dubplate) 18. Survival (Dubplate) 19. Lovely Lady 20. The Last Waltz (Last Dance) As one of the major cornerstones of the roots reggae movement, The Mighty Diamonds have maintained a consistent message of love and unity. Comprised of lead vocalist Donald “Tabby” Shaw and harmony vocalists Fitzroy “Bunny” Simpson and Lloyd “Judge” Ferguson, the trio is widely-known for their smooth harmonies and choreographed stage shows inspired by 1960s Motown vocal groups like The Temptations, The Stylistics, The Impressions and The Delfonics and as well as Jamaican rocksteady artists like John Holt and Ken Boothe. With over 40 albums under their belt, the long-time friends formed in 1969 in the Trenchtown area of Kingston and continue to record and tour together today.