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Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon, 1955-83
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Album: Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon, 1955-83: From Nyabinghi, Burro and Grounation to Roots and Revelation
# Song Title   Time
1)    Africa We Want Fe Go More Info...
2)    None Shall Escape the Judgement More Info...
3)    Haile Selassie More Info...
4)    Tales of Mozambique More Info...
5)    Booma Yeah More Info...
6)    Say More Info...
7)    African Drums More Info...
8)    Hail the World of Jah More Info...
9)    Sam's Intro More Info...
10)    Salaam More Info...
11)    Zion I More Info...
12)    Zion I Version More Info...
13)    Ethiopia More Info...
14)    Soul Drums More Info...
15)    Rasta Dreadlocks More Info...
16)    His Imperial Majesty More Info...
17)    Betta Must Come More Info...
18)    Jah Will Cut You Down More Info...
19)    Narration More Info...
20)    A Ju Ju Wah More Info...
 

Album: Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon, 1955-83: From Nyabinghi, Burro and Grounation to Roots and Revelation
# Song Title   Time
1)    Africa We Want Fe Go More Info...
2)    None Shall Escape the Judgement More Info...
3)    Haile Selassie More Info...
4)    Tales of Mozambique More Info...
5)    Booma Yeah More Info...
6)    Say More Info...
7)    African Drums More Info...
8)    Hail the World of Jah More Info...
9)    Sam's Intro More Info...
10)    Salaam More Info...
11)    Zion I More Info...
12)    Zion I Version More Info...
13)    Ethiopia More Info...
14)    Soul Drums More Info...
15)    Rasta Dreadlocks More Info...
16)    His Imperial Majesty More Info...
17)    Betta Must Come More Info...
18)    Jah Will Cut You Down More Info...
19)    Narration More Info...
20)    A Ju Ju Wah More Info...
 
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  • Photographers: Michael Ochs; David Corio; Jim Richardson ; Ullstein Bild; Keystone; Mondadori Portfolio; Lynn Pelham.
Professional Reviews
Pitchfork (Website) - "It is nyabinghi drumming that provides the foundation for reggae, and Soul Jazz makes this argument explicit by kicking off the compilation with Count Ossie and the Rasta Family's 'Africa We Want Fe Go'..."
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