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Album Review

It's always worth hearing her sing, but the album is not essential.

Customer Reviews

Save your dough and just one fo sho'!

Electric Boogie is the only song here worth your precious $.99. The dance (electric slide) is a lot of fun and I highly recommend it for any party! The dance is a great way to obtain the participation of all your guests, though so easy to learn that it will attract even the most intimidated dancers onto the floor.

Def worth more than 3 stars

Essential to Any Party. ITS ELECTRIC!!!!

Remarkable Lady - Big Legend - Great Production

Marcia Griffiths is one AMAZING lady - her decades long career is full of fantastic music - this album is very well produced for a 1990 release - very bright - lots of energy - and her cover of MARY WELLS "The One Who Really Loves You" is startling - BTW the lady can hit a note - nothing sloppy going on here. She even made me like a song I have a genetic disposition against, "Sugar Shack". She's got all kinds of soul - AND she can deliver re-energized versions of songs which have long lost their punch. I have become an instant MARCIA GRIFFITHS fan!


Born: November 23, 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In a genre traditionally dominated by male artists, Marcia Griffiths is arguably the best-known and most influential woman in the history of reggae. Griffiths first made a name for herself when the music was still evolving from its roots in ska and rocksteady, and she later became an ally of reggae's signature artist, Bob Marley, before embracing the electronic-based sounds of dancehall and funk in the 1980s. Marcia Llyneth Griffiths was born in Kingston, Jamaica on November 23, 1949 (though Griffiths...
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