Dennis Brown - The Foundation flac album
Title: The Foundation
Style: Roots Reggae
MP3 album: 1523 mb
FLAC album: 1165 mb
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Watch the video for To the Foundation from Dennis Brown's Reggae Anthology: Dennis Brown - Crown Prince of Reggae - Singles (1972-1985) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Reggae Anthology: Dennis Brown - Crown Prince of Reggae - Singles (1972-1985).
Dennis Emmanuel Brown CD (1 February 1957 – 1 July 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer. Bob Marley cited Brown as his favourite singer, dubbing him "The Crown Prince of Reggae", and Brown would prove influential on future generations of reggae singers.
Dennis Brown singing a great tune. I've got to get myself together Cant afford to let my faith go, you know When ever Jah sun comesa shining and my sisters are all smiling no one is dying,my people arent crying we are living in the love of the father, living in the house of the almighty The days of destruction will never be, oh no Not hard
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Dennis Brown connoisseurs consider his work for producer Derrick Harriott as essential as the slices he delivered for the Mighty Two (Joe Gibbs & Errol Thompson. Anyhow, here you’ll find the classic Derrick Harriott productions (all of them can be found on the 1972 Super Reggae & Soul Hits album) Musical Heatwave, Let Me Down Easy, Concentration and Silhouette. Another Dennis Brown roots classic is Revolution. He also cut some fine sides for producers Sly & Robbie, resulting in the superb album Brown Sugar in 1986. In the ’90s Dennis Brown remained a name always worth watching out for. He passed away on July 1st, 1999.
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Following a series of early single releases for various Jamaican engineers, singer Dennis Brown entered a particularly prolific partnership with producer Joe Gibbs. The two worked together from the mid-'70s to the early '80s. Visions (1977) presents Brown as a roots-based singer with major crossover potential. The smooth, reassuring quality of his voice and his comfortable range would seem to make him the obvious choice for an American label seeking an international success story. Brown's subject matter spans the spectrum of Rasta concerns, detailing economic suffering, African.