- Title:Dancehall (The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture)
- Style:Dancehall, Ragga
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With so much focus on the ruling dubstep scene, the world has never been better primed for a definitive compilation drawing together the original Digital Soundbwoys of Jamaican Dancehall culture and who better to do it than Soul Jazz with the help of everybodies favourite reggae journalist, Steve Barrow
This book has become the definitive cultural reference book for Jamaican dancehall and features hundreds of killer photographs, extensive text and interviews with many of the artists. A vibrant anthology of all that mattered: the sound systems, studios, producers, singers and deejays.
Format: 1st 2xLP Cat: SJRLP 196VOL1 Released: 06 Nov 08 Genre: Dancehall/Ragga. 100% Secure Shopping.
Dancehall: The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture. Dancehall: The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture. WMG (от лица компании "Soul Jazz Records"); SOLAR Music Rights Management, UBEM, EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, Greensleeves Music (Publishing), ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (10).
The definitive guide to Dancehall, the jamaican dance craze that exploded in the 80's and took by storm the dancefloors across the world.
The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture. Beth Lesser's definitive study of the 1980s Jamaican Dancehall scene features hundreds of exclusive photographs and accompanying text that captures a vibrant, globally influential and yet rarely documented culture that has been mixing music, fashion and lifestyle with aplomb since its inception. Dancehall is a culture that encompasses music, fashion, drugs, guns, art, community, technology and more. Many of today's global music and fashion styles can be traced back to Dancehall culture and indeed continue to be influenced by it today
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|–Tenor Saw||Pumpkin Belly||3:17|
|–Chaka Demus And Pliers*||Murder She Wrote||4:06|
|–Michigan & Smiley||Diseases||3:31|
|–Ini Kamoze||World A Music||5:36|
|–Junior Murvin||Cool Out Son||3:08|
|–Barrington Levy||Here I Come||3:45|
|–Cutty Ranks||Chop Chop||3:07|
|–Super Cat||Trash And Ready||2:48|
|–Gregory Isaacs||Soon Forward||6:24|
|–Jacob Miller & Trinity||I'm Just A Dread/One Shut||6:24|
|–Brigadier Jerry||Fred Locks A Dreadlocks||4:10|
|–Eek A Mouse*||Wa Do Dem||7:41|
|–Sister Nancy||Only Woman DJ With Degree||3:27|
|–Early B||Deaf Ears||3:42|
|–Toyan||Spar With Me||4:13|
|–Horace Ferguson||Sensi Addict||3:47|
|–Clint Eastwood||Jump And Pawn||3:19|
|–Reggie Stepper||Under Mi Sin Ting||3:23|
|–Frankie Paul||Call The Brigade||3:34|
|–General Echo||Track Shoes||3:41|
|–Cornell Campbell||Mash You Down||7:13|
|SJR CD 196||Various||Dancehall (The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture) (2xCD, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR CD 196||UK||2008|
|SJR LP196 VOL.1||Various||Dancehall (The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture) (Volume One) (2xLP, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR LP196 VOL.1||UK||2008|
|SJR LP196 VOL.2||Various||Dancehall (The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture) (Volume Two) (2xLP, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR LP196 VOL.2||UK||2008|
|SJR LP 401||Various||Dancehall (The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture) (3xLP, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR LP 401||UK||2017|