KUDDUS-I [Rockers : Graduation in Zion 1978-1980]

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Format : Cd / New
Label : Dub Store
Genre : Reggae

Price:
1,000.00 ฿
Description

The compilation consists of every single recorded at Lee Perry's Black Ark between 1978 and 1980 and un-released sound sources recorded at Tuff Gong.
The best sessions of highly accomplished international reggae musicians is going to be unveiled for the first time in 20 years.

Track Listing
1. Crying Wolf
2. Too Fat (Extended)
3. Security In The Streets (Extended)
4. Love Child
5. Love Child Dub
6. Graduation In Zion (Movie Take)
7. Give I Strength (Original Take)
8. Fire Burn
9. Salvation
10. Harder
11. Harder Dub
12. Time
13. Time Dub 3:17
14. Crying Wolf (Nyahbingi Take)

Productions
Produced by F. Dowding
Arranged by F. Dowding
Recorded At: Black Ark, Tuff Gong, Harry J Studio, Sound Dragon NY
Mixed by: Lee Perry, Dennis Thompson & Chow Chow, Stephen Stewart
Engineer: Lee Perry, Dennis Thompson, Mervin Morris, D. Lee
Overdubbed at: Aquarius Studio

Musicians
DRUMS: Carlton 'Santa' Davis, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallece , Cornell Marshall, Oral Fabian
BASS: Robert Shakespear , Micheal Williams, Haile Maskil, Leebert 'Gibbi' Morison, Paul Blake
GUITAR: Earl "China" Smith, Dwight Pickney, X Sweeney, Ernest Wilson
SAX: Glen Da'Costa, Cedric 'Im' Brooks
TRUMPET: Mike Hamson
PIANO: Tyrone Downie, Newton Brenor
KEYBOAD: Leslie Butler , Earl Wire Lindo , Harvey Bernard Touter, Winston Wright, Belly Lloyd, Little D
CLAVINET: Tyrone Downie
HARMONICA: Jimmy Beeker
PERCUSSIONS: Kiddus I, I Jack
BACKING VOCAL: Kiddus I, Congos, Tyrone Downie

Kiddus-I Profile

Kiddus I is the mysterious figure singing at the start of the film Rockers.

A graduate of Ras Michael's Sons Of Negus, a key member of The Wailers milieu, and a Black Ark artist, his recordings - centred on the Roots Reggae period - are marked by the openness of their musical horizons, and a striking originality and integrity. (Also during this era he was a key voice raised in the Jamaican music industry against political oppression.)

Yet Kiddus I's disdain for careerism has held him back from the spotlight - as so many people in Jamaican music will tell you. Now, this revelatory, comprehensive retrospective will surely confirm his place amongst the all-time greats of reggae music.

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