Max Romeo - The Reverend mp3 album
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1944) is a Jamaican reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country and in the United Kingdom. Romeo had several hits with the vocal group the Emotions. His song "Wet Dream" (1968) included overtly sexual lyrics and launched a new style of reggae.
Tracklist: 1. Evening News, 2. Reverend, 3. The More The Merrier, 4. Evil Of The Heart, 5. Jamaica Ska, 6. Africa Destination, 7. Selassie I Forever, 8. Melt Away, 9. No Peace, 10. Me Can´t Done, 11. What You Trying To Prove?, 12. No Sinners. More albums from Max Romeo: Far I – Captain Of My Ship by Max Romeo. I Love My Music by Max Romeo. Angel Eyes by Max Romeo. Reconstruction by Max Romeo. Our Rights by Max Romeo. Holding Out My Love To You by Max Romeo. Mek-Wi-Rock by Max Romeo. In This Time by Max Romeo. View all albums . Selassie I Forever.
Forgotten Treasure: Max Romeo The Reverend (1974). Lexis - February 7, 2012. A fiercely anti church song by a great specialist of the genre, Max Romeo. Why don’t you tell the people the truth, reverend ? Tell them your god is an Vatican, and him sent you here to rape the lan. .I discovered this track last weekend through Montreal DJ Mossman as part of his awesome set from our 24 Hour Vinyl Marathon. The track is a Winston Riley production. Riley formed Rock Steady group the Techniques while still at school in 1962
Album: Selassie I Forever. Max Romeo - Evil Of The Heart 03:38. Album: Selassie I Forever. Max Romeo: best 2 tracks. Max Romeo (Verse) Easy Star's Lonely Hearts Dub Band - Ringtones, 2009 00:30. Max Romeo (Intro) Easy Star's Lonely Hearts Dub Band - Ringtones, 2009 00:30.
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Max Romeo - Слушайте Max Romeo на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. Predictably banned by the BBC, 'Wet Dream' established Max Romeo as a major reggae star. His best work is acknowledged by critics as the 1976 album 'War ina Babylon', an album which featured The Upsetters and spawned the hit single 'Chase the Devil'. After 'War ina Babylon', his relationship with Perry turned sour and the artist relocated to New York where he wrote (and starred in) the hit musical 'Reggae'. Romeo subsequently left the music business for a period before eventually returning to Jamaica to kick-start his recording career once more.
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