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Vol. 2-Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture Import
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2010 two CD collection, the second installment in this Dancehall series featuring the A-Z of Dancehall's finest moments. This mammoth double disc release features killer tracks back-to-back from the finest Dancehall artists ever: Yellow man, Shabba Ranks, Lone Ranger, Buju Banton, Trinity, Johnny Osbourne, Half Pint and many others. Lovingly compiled by Steve Barrow (author of Rough Guide to Reggae/ founder of Blood & Fire Records), the album also comes with extensive sleeve-notes all in Soul Jazz Records' distinctive packaging. Alongside all this are more of the amazing photographs of Beth Lesser, first featured in the book Dancehall recently published on Soul Jazz Records. Since it's release Dancehall has quickly become the bible of Dancehall history and the artists and music that make the music. Soul Jazz.
1. Lone Ranger - Barnabas Collins
2. Nicodemus - Dog Better Than Gun
3. Johnny Osbourne and Pappa Tullo - Rock And Come On Ya
4. Ini Kamoze - Trouble You A Trouble Me
5. Half Pint - One Big Ghetto
6. Yellowman - Sensemilla
7. Shabba Ranks - Respect
8. Trinity - Vampire
9. Barry Brown - Two House Department
10. Madoo - Have You Ever Been To Heaven
11. Early B - History Of Jamaica
12. Papa San - Money A Fe Circle
1. Tiger - When
2. Welton Irie - Bill Fold Wa You Fa
3. General Trees - Everything So So So So
4. Johnny Osbourne - Trench Town School
5. Edi Fitzroy - The Gun
6. Anthony Johnson - Strictly Rub A Dub
7. Jah Thomas & Radics - Saying Dub
8. Professor Nuts - Ina De Bus
9. Errol Scorcher - Roach In De Corner
10. Triston Palma - Collie Man
11. Barry Brown - Tourist Season
12. Buju Banton - Massa God World A Run
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