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Prince Alla, Jr. Ross & The Spears - I Can Hear The Children Singing: 1976-1978 Prince Alla, Jr. Ross & The Spears - I Can Hear The Children Singing: 1976-1978

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24 tracks

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Prince Alla, Jr. Ross & The Spears

I Can Hear The Children Singing: 1976-1978

Label:

 Blood & Fire      

Recorded:

 1975-1978

Genre:

 Reggae

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Deep Roots Reggae

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Old-School Dub (reggae)

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Roots & Culture (reggae)

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Rastafari Lyrics (reggae)

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Smoky Vibes (reggae)

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Lee Perry at Black Ark (reggae

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Dub (reggae)

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Deep/Heavy Dub (reggae)

Our Item#: 23342

     

Catalog: BAFCD 040

     

Item Weight: 139 grams

Tracks Listing
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1.

Bosrah Extended


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2.

Funeral Extended


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3.

Go Down In Silence


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4.

Slave Master


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5.

Gold Diver


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6.

Heaven Is My Roof


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7.

Daniel (In The Lion's Den) 12" Mix


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8.

Black Man 12" Mix With Tappa Zukie


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9.

Jah Jah Bird


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10.

Go To School


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11.

Just One Way


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12.

Judgement Time Extended


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13.

Man From Zion


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14.

Send Me Over There 12" Mix


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15.

Bow Down Babylon 12" Mix


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16.

You Can't Run


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17.

Rough Way Ahead


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18.

Jah Love Extended


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19.

Liberty


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20.

Freedom Fe Natty (With Tappa Zukie)


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21.

African Border


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22.

So Jah Jah Say Extended


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23.

Hold Them prophecy Extended


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24.

Babylon Fall Extended


Prince Alla's best album (and that is saying a lot!), plus some INCREDIBLE bonus extended mixes. But wait, there's more: on disc #2 you get Jr. Ross & The Spears' only album they ever released, all with extended mixes with dub versions - plus bonus cuts. This is deep GHETTO ROOTS REGGAE - raw, authentic and straight from the heart. Track #1, "Bosrah", sets the tone nicely as one of the darkest, smokiest roots tunes ever - and no wonder since it was recorded at Black Ark. Epic release.onder since it was recorded at Black Ark. Epic release.