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Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus, None A Jah Jah Children

January 30, 2018

 

 

RELEASE DATE : 26 JANVIER 2018. 

 

TRACKLIST

 

A1 None A Jah Jah Children => LISTEN

 

A2 Give Love => LISTEN

 

A3 Mr. Brown => LISTEN

 

A4 Truth And Right => LISTEN

 

 

B1 Mr. Wicked Man => LISTEN

 

B2 No Hoppers => LISTEN

 

B3 Zion Land => LISTEN

 

B4 Booma Yeah => LISTEN

 

 

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Ras Michael & The Sons of Negus’ “None a Jah Jah Children” will be available on VP Records/Greensleeves on January 26th. Originally released in 1975, “None A Jah Jah Children” joins two classic albums “Rastafari” and “Kibir-Am-Lak” together. Produced by Tommy Cowan in the 1970’s, the two-disc 2018 release includes bonus vocal tracks and four dubs re-mastered by Kevin Metcalfe. Including title track “None a Jah Jah Children’, Birds in the Treetop’, ‘Glory Dawn’ and more the album is made sound system ready by Tommy Cowan’s Talent Corporation with the heavyweight musical back-up of Peter Tosh, Earl “Chinna” Smith, Robbie Shakespeare, Robbie Lyn, Tommy McCook, Carlton “Santa” Davis and the Sons Of Negus featuring various drums such as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd funde, akete bass drum, repeater, bass funde and trap with band The Sons of Negus’s traditional Nyabinghi drumming and chanting.

Honored with the Order of Distinction award for his contribution to the development of Jamaica’s music, Ras Michael, once considered an outcast from mainstream Jamaican society, proved to be a top seller in his Rastafarian culture and beyond. His humble beginnings began in the community of St Mary when he graduated as a master drummer before relocating to Kingston where he began to occasionally play on sessions at the Brentford Road studio of Clement ‘Coxone’ Dodd as an uncredited member of Jackie Mitto and the Soul Vendors. His contribution was essential to a number of classic Studio One recordings of the period including ‘Darker Shade of Black’ and ‘Drum Song’. He and his band The Sons of Negus soon became known as legitimate drummers that top Jamaican producers would call to add vigor to their roots tracks.

 

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