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So where have these Rasta dudes been during the 12 years since their last album? The liner notes don't give specifics, instead urging listeners to rejoice in the spicy mix of deep social themes (check out the heavy Bob Marley influence on the anti-racist anthem "Cover Up"), bright brass, and reggae grooves. Hailing from Southall in West London, the many-member Misty in Roots has undergone various incarnations in its more than two decades on the scene — yet the message remains the same. They lay down the Rasta ideology with rich vocal choruses over a bed of throbbing bass, sparkling organ flavors, and punchy horns. The joys of their sound and vision come across from the beginning of "True Rasta," which features a bluesy foundation, a hypnotic reggae lilt, and intense horns. Not to mention warnings of Judgment Day. Though they address many of society's ills, the group has a wonderful spiritual side, as on the folksy tribute to the Creator, "Almighty (The Way)." Put Take 6 in dreadlocks and you get the idea. Those who don't like reggae may get a bit annoyed with the repetitive nature of the beats, despite the varied horn arrangements and unique vocal approaches. But if reggae's your game and you like it with substance, this is the real deal.


Se formó en: 1978

Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '00s

With the gutsy lead vocals and songwriting of Delbert "Ngoni" Tyson and the trumpet playing and vocals of his brother, Wolford "Porko" Tyson, leading the way, Misty in Roots has brought the music of Africa to the United Kingdom. Misty in Roots was formed by the three Tyson brothers, including Duxie Tyson, who died in a swimming accident, as the backup band for Jamaica-born vocalist Nicky Thomas. Leaving Thomas in 1978, the group established itself as one of England's best young live acts with their...
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