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Count Ossie - Back To Africa Version (Vinyl)

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  1. A: Be A Man Version Zion All Stars And Count Ossie B: Holly Mount Zion: Studio 1 Jamaica: 7" 0: Count Ossie And The Mystic Revelations A: Rasta Reggae B: Samia: Right On Jamaica: 7" 1: Carl Bryan And Count Ossie A: Holly Mount Zion King Stitt B: Reality: Sight 'N' Sounds Jamaica: 7" 1: Count Ossie A: Back To Africa Version.
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  3. Count Ossie and his jazz musicians were not recorded until around for a series of singles. This important album is at long last compiling these fine, rare historical (circa ) recordings, many of them previously unreleased.5/5(1).
  4. Count Ossie & Ernest Ranglin – Lulumba. It’s one of those tunes that will heal you (at least we can almost scientifically report back on the subject) with it’s infectious interplay of the rhythm, bass, piano & guitar sections – each hook, each rhythm, each note, each bass vibration seems to move forward and backward in a continuous.
  5. An unimpeachable classic considered to be the pinnacle of Rastafarian inspired music. Master drummer Count Ossie's band, including the incomparable tenor saxophonist Cedric 'I'm' Brooks, recreate a Rasta grounation, or gathering, playing and chanting a sublime supplication, including Bible readings, in praise of Emperor Haile Selassie I.. Dub Store Records is the Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae and.
  6. Sep 09,  · Count Ossie, figurehead master drummer and leader of the Rastafarian drummers, was highly involved in the creation of the former, and was of course a well-respected Rastafarian. He and his drummers played on the original version of “Oh Caroline” by the Folk Brothers, a tune that caused a musical sensation and one of the records that changed.
  7. The legendary music of Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari should need no introduction to those familiar with the foundation sounds of Jamaican music, Count Ossie being on of the central figures in the formative years of Jamaican music, specifically a key musical component in the movement of Rastafari and Black empowerment in post.
  8. Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - Grounation by Dub Store Records, released 09 September 1. Bongo Man 2. Narration 3. Narration Continued 4. Mabrat (Passin Thru) 5. Poem 6. Four Hundred Years 7. Poem 8. Song 9. Lumba Way Back Home Ethiopian Serenade Oh Carolina So Long Grounation Grounation Continued An unimpeachable classic considered .

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