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Customer Reviews

Vibes masterpiece

This album is possibly the best the vibes have ever put out... dont even hesitate.. even if your not a huge vibes fan, this album is a masterpiece of roots reggae.. Wiss songs are especially moving.. Backing band roots radics are also at the top of thier game on this one... providing some of the best riddims the vibes have ever crooned to.. this ablbum may take a second listen to grow on you but once it has you wont be dissapointed

Massive !!!

Dis is a mus haf fah any roots lovah ... Bigggups !!! In other words, you don't like reggae music if you don't have this album ...

i miss apple!

apple was their soul, excitement, and light. i am not saying this is a bad album. it is a very good roots album, much better than most. it is organic, flowing, and delightfully orchestrated.. sorry i do not talk like a jamaican. i am just an old euro-american who loves reggae music.. i still know what is top notch roots reggae, as that is the only reggae i listen to. oh, and rastagrass as well (peter rowan, sam bush, snake oil medicine show, ras allen). i give this album five stars for IV for creating a masterpiece, even without apple.
i just really love to hear apples voice. apple played with groundation 1 or 2 years ago in athens, georgia. great show. groundation is another great roots reggae band if you have not heard them. minds grow on music, wyattola


Formed: 1977

Genre: Reggae

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

A living lesson in fortitude, the vocal trio of Cecil "Skeleton" Spence, Albert "Apple Gabriel" Craig, and Lascelle "Wiss" Bulgin overcame adversity, illness, and poverty to become one of the finest roots groups in Jamaica's history. All three had been afflicted by polio and first became acquainted, albeit briefly, at Kingston's Mona Rehabilitation Clinic. Of the trio, Bulgin appeared least likely to emerge a singing sensation. He spent much of his childhood at a variety of rehabilitation centers...
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