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Dennis Brown - Liberation album flac

  • Performer: Dennis Brown
  • Album: Liberation
  • FLAC: 1727 mb | MP3: 1211 mb
  • Country: Jamaica
  • Style: Roots Reggae, Dancehall
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 138
  • Format: AHX FLAC ASF MP4 RA AU AAC
Dennis Brown - Liberation album flac

Tracklist

A Liberation
B (Semi Ac Ap Pella) Liberation

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – GG's Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hazel Music
  • Mastered At – GG Tape Masters Limited – GGTM 1086

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By – A. Ranglin*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): HAZEL MUSIC - LIBERATION - GG TM - A SIDE - 1086 - ROBBIE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Dennis Brown Liberation ‎(7") Hit none Jamaica 1994
none Dennis Brown Liberation ‎(7") Hit none Jamaica Unknown


Odd collection of Dennis Brown tracks considering the title of this CD, we never knew that Sitting & Watching, Coming Home Tonight and Hold On To What Yo. .

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Complete your Dennis Brown collection. One of Dennis Brown's rarest tunes. Some sounds play this tune as If it is a dubplate. The way this tune is mixed is heavy and They bring out vocals superb. Even the semi accapella version is tough. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Lyrics to "Black Liberation" song by Dennis Brown: I'm sure my days will be long And my nights won't be few Through the vision that's in me I can see .They're gonna jump and shout Black liberation dey-ya, oh yes We're gonna sing and shout The right understanding dey-ya, oh yes Men and people will try to, cut you down Trying their very best to rearrange you But no matter what they do They won't conquer you, no matter what they do. Oh no we gonna free our brothers We gonna free our brothers We gonna help our brothers We gonna love our sisters. And we're gonna jump and shout Black liberation dey-ya, oh yes We're gonna sing and shout The right understanding dey-ya, oh yes. We're gonna jump and shout Black liberation dey-ya, oh yes We're gonna sing and shout The right understanding dey-ya, oh yes.

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Following a series of early single releases for various Jamaican engineers, singer Dennis Brown entered a particularly prolific partnership with producer Joe Gibbs. The two worked together from the mid-'70s to the early '80s. Visions (1977) presents Brown as a roots-based singer with major crossover potential. The smooth, reassuring quality of his voice and his comfortable range would seem to make him the obvious choice for an American label seeking an international success story. Brown's subject matter spans the spectrum of Rasta concerns, detailing economic suffering, African.

Follow DUB LIBERATION SOUND SYSTEM to never miss another show. His 60th birthday on February 1st. DUB LIBERATION SOUND SYSTEM (JAPAN. DUB LIBERATION SOUND SYSTEM7mo ago. Bless Yardie Yush. Prince of reggae is forever. Jah love still miss him. Bless Jah93. Kumi Yasuda7mo ago. you&dennis made mi morning! Reposted by11. More from DUB LIBERATION SOUND SYSTEM.

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Dennis "Denny" Brown is an American retired professional wrestler. Brown debuted in 1980 in NWA Jim Crockett Promotions as "Downtown" Denny Brown.

Visions of Dennis Brown is a 1978 reggae album by Dennis Brown. The album was the first to come out of Brown's second stint with producer Joe Gibbs, with whom he would have his breakthrough international success, and the album played a major part in establishing the dominant position of both Brown and Gibbs in late 1970s reggae