One of reggae’s all-time greatest songs…
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Yeah, man. Love their version of “Take Me Home, Country Roads” too.
My wife’s favorite, that song puts her in her happy place. Pomps & Pride, Funky Kingston,…hard to pick my favorite from them, they all get you moving.
Agreed. Great album, start to finish.
That’s a good way to start the day
Excellent – as is the whole The Harder They Come soundtrack
Yes, indeedy. My first reggae album purchase.
Love that album!
This was the only band I saw basically booed off the stage. They opened for The Who in the Omni in the late 70’s or early 80’s. The crowd was polite at first, then they just ignored them. But as they kept playing for over an hour, the crowd began to get restless for The Who. Finally, in the middle of a song, as they tried to get the crowd to clap along, everyone started booing and they just left the stage. Unfortunately, a crowd of drunk southern kids there to see the Who was a tough audience for reggae back then.
Izzy Stradlin does a nice rocking version, too.
what a great choice.
I’m not really a fan of Reggae, but I like some of it. This is one I like. My wife and I vacationed in Jamaica last November so I’m still recovering from a Reggae overload. I don’t want to hear “No Woman, No Cry” again for a while…
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