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A Jamaican reggae singer/composer whose influences include Bob Marley and Burning Spear, Pablo Moses isn't one for a lot of gimmicks. Even when his albums became more high-tech in the 1980s, the Rastafarian remained artistically successful because of his simplicity. The consistently sociopolitical We Refuse was Moses' first album of the 1990s and boasts some of his strongest material so far, including "Under Your Spell" (an attack on colonialism), "What's the Problem" and the poignant "South Africa." On the haunting "Charlie," Moses addresses a one-time childhood friend who has turned to violent crime and sees him as a potential victim. For those who enjoyed Moses' '80s albums, We Refuse is also a CD to savor.


Born: 28 June 1948 in Manchester, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

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

Pablo Moses burst onto the reggae scene in 1975 with the puzzling song "I Man a Grasshopper" from his debut album Revolutionary Dream. The song title refers the title character of the then popular television series Kung Fu though it tells the story of a drunken ex-cop who turns in a ganja-smoking singer. It was an enormous hit in both Jamaica and England, but Moses himself remained fairly unknown. He was born Pablo Henry in the rural Manchester part of Jamaica. But for two years spent in New York...
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We Refuse, Pablo Moses
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  • 95,00 kr
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Nov 1990

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