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The Dub Station - Sheila Rickards - Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots (Vinyl)

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  1. Gunris
    Sheila Rickards - Jamaican Roots Of African Fruit 12" (Vinyl) - Jamaican Fruit of African Roots is the lost vocal cut to one of King Tubby's most dramatic and devastating dubs from the s. It was never released in Jamaica, but housed on an obscure compilation released only in Toronto in tiny quantities during the mid 70s. Heavyweight tune & powerful lyrics business from the little known.
  2. Kazilmaran
    CHX Sound System, Québec. likes. Promote Consciousness Reggae Music.
  3. Taucage
    Exist it does, issued back in the day only on an obscure Canadian 12" and voiced by one Sheila Rickards, a Jamaican jazz singer, radio, TV and stage performer. Reggae fan Australian Chris Flanagan became obssessed with the track when he unearthed the 12" at a second hand store and set out to track Rickards down.
  4. Tojakazahn
    Sheila Rickards & King Tubby & The Aggrovators - Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots + The Dub Station + Roots Jamaica Dub (, re-released ) Posted by 5 minutes ago 0 points.
  5. Gardami
    Track Listing / Description Sheila Rickards - Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots / King Tubby & Prince Phillip - The Dub Station / Aggrovators - Roots Jamaican Dub / Diggory Kenrick - Diggory At Dub Station Many of us who bought and listened to dub LP's in the 70's often ended up trying to locate the original recordings.
  6. Maubei
    Mar 21,  · Sheila Rickards Jamaican Fruit of African Roots. Sheila Rickards Meets King Tubby Shella Records PM: King Tubby & Prince Phillip The Dub Station. Sheila Rickards Meets King Tubby Shella Records PM: Buju Banton Murderer 'Til Shiloh Island Records on the Far East riddim.
  7. Faugal
    Description Jamaican Fruit of African Roots is the lost vocal cut to one of King Tubby's most dramatic and devastating dubs from the s. It was never released in Jamaica, but housed on an obscure compilation released only in Toronto in tiny quantities during the mid 70s.
  8. Maugore
    Sheila Rikards powerful conscious reggae masterpiece Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots, featuring stunning dub versions by the legendary King Tubby. This issue is pressed on 12" and mastered by Brandon Hocura (Séance Centre) and comes with a picture cover.
  9. Mikam
    Chris Flanagan: As the documentary centers on my obsession with a song and a voice, ‘Jamaican Fruit of African Roots’ features prominently throughout, both in its original form and in the dub remixes. The music is a fundamental part of this documentary, and the score includes a mix of some of the greatest Reggae and Dub songs of the 70s.

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