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Album Review

Always extraordinarily talented, a band that launched its career as precocious children has grown into a group of phenomenally accomplished adults, and has now reached musical maturity. Having conquered the reggae massive, in 2003 Morgan Heritage began reaching out to the mainstream, performing at both Switzerland's Paleo and Holland's Parkpop festivals (among others), as well as storming through a sizzling show at Amsterdam's premier Paradiso club. It's the latter gig that's showcased here, as Heritage run through a tight, exhilarating set comprised of hits, crowd-pleasers, and songs off their new Three in One album. Live, the group unleashes a phenomenal roots rockers sound that enhances its heady mix of strong cultural songs and nice uptempo dance numbers, closing the set with a ska-fired skanker that brings down the Paradiso's rafters. But that's not all, for there's also a "Three in One Mix" that pulls together and intercuts another set's worth of performances from the Paradiso, Parkpop, and Paleo. Toss in their "Jump Around" video and interviews with the bandmembers, and this 190-minute power-packed two-disc DVD set is one that no reggae fan should be without.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The legacy of reggae vocalist Denroy Morgan has been passed on to his sons, who have performed as Morgan Heritage since 1991. While its mellow, R&B-influenced vocals and Rastafarian lyrics have been compared to Garnett Silk, the group has continued to pave its own musical path. The band's many hits include "Let's Make Up," "Tell Me How Come," "Set Yourself Free," "Mama and Papa," and "Protect Us Jah." Initially an octet featuring eight of Morgan's 29 children, Morgan Heritage began recording...
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