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Album Review

One of the better reggae bands to emerge during the '90s is Morgan Heritage, as evidenced by their 2002 home video/DVD Live at the London Astoria. As its title states, the release showcases a fine performance at London's Astoria, where the group is joined by reggae artist LMS. The show begins with all of its members at the front of the stage for a rendition of "Zion Gates" — half playing percussion, the other half singing — while all are dressed in white robes and wearing Rasta hats. But immediately afterward, the concert truly kicks off, as they play fine versions of such tracks as "Laws of the King," "Black Man's Paradise," and "Country Road," among others (intercut throughout the video are interviews with the bandmembers). Also included on the DVD version of Live at the London Astoria are several bonus features — including four music videos, a radio interview, and an inside look at the group's appearance on the 2001 Vans Warped Tour.


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 in the...
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Morgan Heritage Live At the London Astoria, Morgan Heritage
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: 23 July 2002

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