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    October 14, 2008, at 10:15 pm

    The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture…the album

    Soul Jazz CD To conincide with the publishing of the book of the same name by Beth Lesser Soul Jazz are releasing a double CD or 2 x double LP dancehall compilation on the 10th November.

    For seasoned fans this isn’t offering a huge amount, the press release boasts “…100% stone-cold Dancehall classics. An A-Z of some of Dancehall’s finest moments.” Which kind of speaks for itself but for people exploring the genre or those who’d like to buy up a few tunes that they’re missing this looks to be a quality release that spans the very late 70’s and right through the 80’s and gives a great overview in the process.

    It also promises detailed sleeve notes by Steve Barrow (Blood And Fire) which can’t be bad.

    There is a tracklist available but it doesn’t seem to be complete:
    CD One

    1. Yellowman – Bam Bam
    2. Tenor Saw – Pumpkin belly
    3. Reggie Stepper – Cu-Oonh
    4. Chaka Demus and Pliers – Murder She Wrote
    5. Pinchers – Agony
    6. Michigan and Smiley – Diseases
    7. Ini Kamoze – World A Music
    8. Triston Palma – Entertainment
    9. General Echo – Arleen
    10. Lone Ranger – M-16
    11. Sister Nancy – Only Woman DJ with a Degree
    12. Super Cat – Trash and Ready
    13. Barrington Levy – Here I Come
    14. Lady Ann – Informer
    15. Trinity – Jamaican Dollar
    16. Eek a Mouse – Wa Do Dem
    17. Cornel Campbell – Boxing
    18. Cutty Ranks – Boxing
    19. Gregory Isaacs – Soon Forward
    20. Early B – Deaf Ears
    21. Jacob Miller and Trinity – I’m Just A Dread
    22. Reggie Stepper – Under Mi Sin Ting

    CD Two

    1. Clint Eastwood – Jump and Pawn
    2. Horace Ferguson – Sensi Addict
    3. Half Pint – Greetings
    4. Cornel Campbell – Mash You Down
    5. Frankie Paul – Call The Brigade
    6. Madoo – Coming From Town
    7. Trinity – Uptown Girl
    8. Toyan – Spar With Me


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