Lord Comic / Roy Richards - Rhythm Rebellion / Reggae Reggae Children mp3 album
Small in stature and blind since birth in 1941, Roy Richards emerged in the late 1950's as a reggae vocalist and harmonica player in his native Jamaica. He recorded several top pieces with Paulette March as Roy & Paulette. He also teamed up with Enid Cumberland of Keith & Enid and later with Byron Lee And The Dragonaires.
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The Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1985 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works in the reggae music genre.
Keith Richards releases his third solo album on Friday, Crosseyed Heart. Like his previous records, 1988’s Talk Is Cheap and 1992’s Main Offender, the Rolling Stones guitarist’s new LP ranges from rootsy rockers and bluesy stompers like on Heartstopper and Trouble, to reggae on Love Overdue. And at times, he tries his hand at ballads as on Robbed Blind and Illusion. Compared to his earlier two albums and recent Stones records, Crosseyed Heart has a more intimate feel.
Peerless songs, breathtaking musicianship and, 40 years on, still box fresh. Jamaica’s failing economy in the ’70s meant recycling was a part of every day life, so it followed that, with studio time and recording tape expensive, producers like Lee Perry and King Tubby began taking old backing tracks and remixing them into sonically crackpot but undeniably brilliant ‘dubs’. With Marley popularising Rastafarianism and soul rebellion amid the island’s mid-’70s descent into political chaos, reggae took a left-turn into spirituality, ‘consciousness’ and militancy; it subsequently morphed into lovers rock, stripped-down dancehall, pop-reggae, techno dub and much more, surviving into 2014 with artists like Hollie Cook revisiting traditional styles and The Bug deconstructing the 50-year-old.
Hold Them - Roy Shirley. Give It To Me - The Pioneers (feat. Lynn Taitt & The Jets). You're Gonna Need Me - Errol Dunkley. Please Stop Your Lying - Errol Dunkley. Just Like A River/ El Casino Royale - Stranger & Gladdy (feat. Lynn Tait & The Jets). Jumpy Jumpy Girl - The Conquerors. Mama Look Deh - The Reggae Boys. Them A Laugh And A Kiki - The Soulmates. Private Number - Ernest Wilson. Wreck A Buddy - The Soul Sisters. Why Did You Leave Me - The Young Souls. It's Alright - Ken Parker. Only Yesterday/ Danger Zone - Ken Parker & the Destroyers. United We Stand - Cynthia Richards & Irving Brown. The Gardener - Julie Anne (Judy Mowatt). Hypocrite - The Heptones. People Of Today - Jackie Brown. Maga Dog/ Skanky Dog - Peter Tosh & Winston Scotland. Them A Fi Get A Beaten/ Reuben - Peter Tosh (feat. Winston Wright & Larry McDonald).
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|A||–Lord Comic*||Rhythm Rebellion
Written-By – Scorcher
|B||–Roy Richards||Reggae Children
Written-By – Scorcher
- Producer [uncredited] – Clement "Coxsone" Dodd
Notes"Rhythm Rebellion" is a DeeJay-cut using the original riddim of Lord Tanamo's "Rainy Night In Georgia" as to be found here: Lord Tanamo / The Ethiopians - Rainy Night In Georgia / You'll Want To Come Back.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): DYNA C+N 714 --14
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 7CD 2290 (faint and hard to read)
|none||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards - Rhythm Rebellion / Reggae Children (7")||Coxsone Records||none||Jamaica||1970|
|BAM 66||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards - Rhythm Rebellion / Reggae Children (7")||Bamboo||BAM 66||UK||1970|
|CS 10021||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards||Lord Comic* / Roy Richards - Rhythm Rebellion / Reggae Children (7", W/Lbl)||Coxsone Records||CS 10021||Jamaica||1970|