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Africa

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 16, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: 2b1 Records
  • ASIN: B001J8R8R0
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,379 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I often find it quite interesting, just as I'm sure it has always been for fans from other eras, to think about just how well or poorly the reggae artists of today will stand the test of time. While, undoubtedly and perhaps forever more, the name Marley will dominate and be the face of the genre, years from now, definitely at least some of our artists will be regarded as legends and as highly as just about anyone to have ever blessed the game. Through all the various changes of reggae music (like how the music is made, the greater attention paid to the music and the absence of BANDS as opposed to solo artists) you have a bit of a historical question mark as to how exactly some of our finest artists will be remembered and how some of their most lauded material will be regarded years and decades down the line. In particular, I'm wondering how people years from now will examine to the prolific nature of the artists of this era. The answer of such condition could ABSOLUTELY determine a great deal of this current era is defined from a historical perspective, given the almost OVER-active recording schedules from many of our artists today. How will the future look back at Sizzla Kalonji? Undeniably one of the (if not THE) greatest lyricists reggae music has ever seen, Sizzla has also, unfortunately been one of this era's most controversial and polarizing figures as well, given his penchant for not putting his best material forth CONSISTENTLY while given fans occasional glimpses that indeed, the once and always downright LETHAL ability for making modern roots CLASSICS, still so obviously remains within. On the dancehall side, how will the fans and scholars of reggae music look back at the fire and brimstone battle waged by dancehall aces Beenie Man and Bounty Killer for more than a decade?Read more ›
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By Krikon on January 9, 2011
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I cant praise this release enough, it's the kinda album who can turn a cloudy day into a sunny one, the songs on here simply nurtures your soul. Few artists will ever release an album with 30 songs spanning 2 cd's where every song is essential. I will not go on and on, just get the album, it's an instant classic.
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I love Lutan Fyah. But some reggae artist cd's only have 3 or so really good songs. Africa is a whole different story. I can run CD 1 & 2 all the way through and love every single song...literally! They are arranged in perfect order. All songs have a different personality in respect to beat tempo & feel. If I had to pick the 3 or so that get the most rah-spect I would choose the following for the utmost favorites: Never Once, Save the Juvenile, Season of Love, Outa Line, I love everything about you and off the chart most high of high is: She's Got Soul. I have played that many times at parties and you will not see one person standing still. Check out Lutan's video on youtube titled "Woman of Principle". You'll be sure to get hooked on this man.
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By Kate S. on January 12, 2009
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This CD is really cool. I bought it for someone for christmas. They love it. I've also listened to it, and I love it too. It was a great choice. The service was very fast too.
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