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Trevor Hartley - Selassie I mp3 album

  • Performer: Trevor Hartley
  • Title: Selassie I
  • Genre: Reggae
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: AU TTA WAV AUD DXD RA AA
  • Style: Roots Reggae, Dub
  • MP3 album: 1232 mb
  • FLAC album: 1706 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 236
Trevor Hartley - Selassie I mp3 album

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About Trevor Hartley. b. 958, Morant Bay, St. Thomas, Jamaica, West Indies. Dreaming of becoming a singer in his youth, Hartley managed to voice two sides on rhythms recycled from the Morwells at Joe Gibbs studio, which eventually saw release on the Pele label. He moved to London in the late 70s, recording with Dennis Bovell on the 1978 double a-side, Selassie I/Skip Away, followed by sessions with Phil Pratt for his debut album. Unfortunately, shortly after its release the record label went under, neutering its impact

Dreaming of becoming a singer in his youth, Hartley managed to voice two sides on rhythms recycled from the Morwells at Joe Gibbs’ studio, which eventually saw release on the Pele label. He moved to London in the late 70s, recording with Dennis Bovell on the 1978 double a-side, ‘Selassie I’/‘Skip Away’, followed by sessions with Phil Pratt for his debut album.

Trevor Hartley hails from Morant Bay in Jamaica's St. Thomas parish. As a youth, he dreamed of being a singer and was encouraged by people who heard his unique and powerful voice - but growing up in the country, he could only listen to the great Jamaican vocalists and long to travel to Kingston, the centre of musical opportunities. This was 1978's two-sided smash, "Selassie I", "Skip Away". Trevor then worked with producer Phil Pratt on an album entitled 'Innocent Lover'. Unfortunately, soon after its 1979 release, the Burning Sounds label closed down, leaving Trevor's album to become a collector's item still sought after today.

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In the late '70s, Trevor Hartley left St Thomas, Jamaica for London. A talented singer/songwriter, he had recorded for Morwell and Joe Gibbs. His first recording in England were 'Skipaway/Selassie I', produced by Jah Bunny and Dennis Bovell. The album features a version of George Calstock's 'The Ungodly' as 'Clean Hands Pure Heart' We are also treated to Far I singing 'Easy Squeeze' and 'When The King Comes On Earth' where he is joined by Blackskin the Prophet DJing against Far I's apocalyptic lyrics. Having thought this album was lost forever, I am truly delighted that it has been found for us all to hear and enjoy. Adrian Sherwood -December 1997.

Trevor Hall is the sixth album by Trevor Hall (not including his unreleased album The Elephant's Door). The album spawned two singles, "Unity" and "Volume". It is his first major-label release since he was dropped from Geffen Records. The album features two songs that had previously been recorded for his unreleased album The Elephant's Door. The Lime Tree" and "31 Flavors" were reworked and re-recorded, with "The Lime Tree" featuring additional vocals by Colbie Caillat

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Selassie I
Producer – Crusial & Ruddy
B1 Skip Away
Producer – Crusial & Ruddy

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Ital Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Ital Music

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MA 005 Brother Trevor* And U Brown Brother Trevor* And U Brown - Selassie I / Skip Away ‎(12") Matumbi Music Corp MA 005 UK 1978
29-26855 Trevor Hartley Skip Away ‎(12", Single) MCM 29-26855 Jamaica 1978



Reviews about Trevor Hartley - Selassie I (1):
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With Crusial & Ruddy they mostprobably mean Crucial Bunny and Ruddy Thomas. To me it sounds much like a Dennis Bovell production.

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