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Reggae Golden Jubilee: Origins of Jamaican Music ()


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  1. Easy Snapping
  2. Dumplins
  3. Manny Oh
  4. Oh Carolina
  5. They Got to Go
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  1. Easy Snapping
  2. Dumplins
  3. Manny Oh
  4. Oh Carolina
  5. They Got to Go
  6. Independent Jamaica
  7. Black Head Chinaman
  8. Blazing Fire
  9. Wash Wash
  10. Sammy Dead
  11. My Boy Lollipop
  12. Carry Go Bring Come
  13. Occupation
  14. Little Did You Know
  15. Dancing Mood
  16. Rough and Tough
  17. Take It Easy
  18. Every Night
  19. Rock Steady
  20. Tougher Than Tough (Rudie in Court)
  21. No More Heartaches
  22. The Tide Is High
  23. Trench Town Rock
  24. Israelites (aka Poor Me Israelites)
  25. Sweet and Dandy
  26. Everything Crash
  27. Satta Massa Gana
  28. Fire Corner
  29. Java Dub
  30. Hypocrite
  31. Wear You to the Ball
  32. Cherry Oh Baby
  33. 54-46 Was My Number (Stick It Up Mister)
  34. Them a Fi Get a Beatin'
  35. Many Rivers to Cross
  36. The Sun Shines for Me
  37. Marcus Garvey
  38. Fade Away
  39. Lady with the Star Light
  40. Right Time
  41. Police and Thieves
  42. Ram Goat Liver
  43. We de People/The Power and the Glory
  44. Two Sevens Clash
  45. It's Alright
  46. Forward Ever
  47. My Number One
  48. Money in My Pocket
  49. Kaya
  50. Rub-a-Dub Style
  51. Uptown Top Ranking
  52. Land of My Birth
  53. Silly Games
  54. Someone Loves You Honey
  55. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
  56. Arlene
  57. Over Me
  58. One Two
  59. Pass the Dutchie
  60. I'm Getting Married in the Morning
  61. Try Jah Love
  62. Push Comes to Shove
  63. Love Has Found Its Way
  64. Cottage tn Negril
  65. Every Time a Ear de Soun'
  66. Electric Boogie
  67. Under Me Sleng Teng
  68. One Blood
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There are lots of collections like this out there that attempt to chronicle the fascinating story of Jamaica's pop music, but what sets this four-disc, 100-track box apart is that the selections here, and much of the text and song notations (the discs come packaged as part of a book), were made by Edward Seaga. The former Prime Minister of Jamaica was a man who was as much interested in the cultural history of Jamaica as he was in its politics, and he was there when the skewed, defiant, joyous, and infectious rhythms of ...

Reggae Golden Jubilee: Origins of Jamaican Music 2012, VP Records

UPC: 054645196321