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After Marley.......

I first remember listening to this album after a post uni all night house party in birmingham and falling in love with it whilst sitting in the back of my mates car on the way back up the M6. Its so mellow its unreal, the sort of album you'd happily listen to under a tree on a hot summers day. Politically its really powerful and carries hallmarks of Marley, but its the original charm of a very calm reggae album that rivals it with exodus. Excellent.

The second part of the album is slow dub which is also excellent

The dogs

These guys are the real deal for roots reggae lovers. Enjoy!

Biography

Born: 01 March 1948 in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the most brilliant and respected roots artists in Jamaica's history, Burning Spear (aka Winston Rodney) has unleashed a host of classic dread records over the years. Part Rastafarian preacher, part black historian, more than any other roots artist, Burning Spear has illuminated Rastafarianism in song, sharing his beliefs with an avid public. Born in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, in 1948, it was another St. Ann's native, Bob Marley, who set Rodney off to Kingston and a fateful meeting with Studio...
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