Third World - 96° In The Shade mp3 album
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Third World is a Jamaican reggae fusion band formed in 1973. Their sound is influenced by soul, funk and disco. Although it has undergone several line-up changes, Stephen "Cat" Coore and Richard Daley have been constant members. Notable among its eight tracks were "1865 (96° in the Shade)", a reference to the 1865 Morant Bay rebellion, "Rhythm of Life" and the album's only cover, "Dreamland", written by Bunny Wailer In 1977 the band collaborated with psychiatrist Frederick Hickling on the Explanitations show that was performed at Kingston's Little Theatre early the following year.
Third World - 96° in the Shade. From the Book: The Reggae Songbook. The Related Products tab shows you other products that you may also like, if you like 1865 (96 Degrees in the Shade). More Songs From the Album: Third World - 96° in the Shade. Publishing administered by: Hal Leonard Music Publishing.
Third World is a Jamaican reggae group consisting of William 'Bunny Rugs' Clark (vocals), Steven 'Cat' Coore (guitar, cello, harmonica, vocals), Richard 'Richie' Daley (bass, vocals), Herbert Harris (Keyboard), and Tony Williams (drummer). They were formed in 1973 and are still releasing records today.
Said it was 96 degrees in the shade Ten thousand soldiers on parade Taking i and i to meet a big fat boy Sent from overseas The queen employ Excellency before you i come With my representation You know where i'm coming from. You caught me on the loose Fighting to be free Now you show me a noose On the cotton tree Entertainment for you Martyrdom for me. 96 degrees in the shade Real hot in the shade.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A4||Feel A Little Better
Soprano Saxophone – Chris Wood
|B1||Human Market Place
Recorded By [Background Noises] – Irving "Carrot" Jarrett
|B2||Third World Man||3:31|
|B3||1865 (96° In The Shade)||4:27|
|B4||Rhythm Of Life
Voice [Chant] – Donald "Satta" Manning*
- Bass – Richie Daley
- Drums – Willie Stewart
- Keyboards – Michael Cooper
- Lead Guitar – Steven "Cat" Coore
- Lead Vocals – Bunny Rugs
- Percussion – Irving "Carrot" Jarrett
NotesBackground noises in "Human Market Place" recorded at Coronation Market, Jamaica
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: ILPS-9443-A/B
|ILPS 9443||Third World||96° In The Shade (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9443||UK||1977|
|CCD 9830||Third World||96° In The Shade (CD, Album, RE)||Mango||CCD 9830||US||1989|
|L 37004||Third World||96° In The Shade (LP, Album)||Island Records||L 37004||Australia||Unknown|
|ILPS 9443||Third World||96° In The Shade (LP, Album, Pit)||Island Records||ILPS 9443||US||1977|
|25504 XOT||Third World||96° In The Shade (LP, Album)||Island Records, Ariola||25504 XOT||Netherlands||1977|