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Disc: 1

  1. Bed Jammin
  2. Untitled Rhythm
  3. Give Thanx to Jah
  4. Easy Knocking
  5. Who Killed the Chicken
  6. Babylon Cookie Jar a Crumble
  7. Some Have Fe Halla


Product Details

  • Vinyl (November 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Honest Jon's
  • ASIN: B005P39ZQ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #641,436 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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with the last two compilations of scratch's output still in constant play (thanks to pressure sounds),i was looking forward to another release of his work although this seemed to come with an aura of mysterious discrepancy.the well detailed liner notes put this well into focus and are worth the price of the cd alone.upon noting that this was not to be another release backed by the familiar and varied cast of black ark players, i was a bit put off to read that this was partially recorded in holland with non jamaican musicians.upon reading the liner notes, i gained a better perspective and opened my ears a little wider.within these seven tracks, there are touches of black ark greatness but also the reliance on stream of conciousness abstraction of lyrics that you either hate or put up with given the mans past history. this cd flows pretty freely once you have a better understanding of its formation and underneath it all are glimpses of scratch in full view and in shadow as only he could present himself.
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Given the infamous reputation of this (formerly) hard-to-find CD, I had no idea what to expect. Now that I've actually listened to it, I can say it far exceeds expectations. Now, I don't know who was, or wasn't injesting whatever kind of mushrooms when this album was recorded (see the well-written liner notes) but the music is heavenly holiness, with just a tinge of wacky-ness. The song I especially want to call attention to is GIVE THANX TO JAH, a song which captures Scratch and band in the heights of spiritual intoxication...and the feeling really translates to the receptive listener. Give GIVE THANX TO JAH a chance...hear it all the way through. It is blissed-out HOLINESS. Also, the bass playing is very good throughout the CD...good for the sub-woofer. Ironically, my least favorite track is the last track...but when it's over, Scratch delivers a brief sermon which I feel is excellent advice on how to successfully meditate, becoming one with the indestructable calmness of creation, no matter how chaotic your surface senses may seem. It's actually excellent Buddhist advice. So, all in all, if you're wondering if this Lee Scratch Perry album is worth buying, or just another not-so-hot release, the answer is clearly YES, IT IS WORTH BUYING. Especially the first four songs, right in a row. It is HOLINESS.
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Released a few years after his "Roast fish, collie weed..." album, i think this one is just as much a classic. It seems like there's a new Perry compilation released every few months, but this one's a proper album release from 1980. I love the music Perry produced with other artists, but i've always preferred his own vocals. I would guess if you like his "Roast fish..." album, check this one out.
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