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Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At "The Studio" Bristol Album

Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At "The Studio" Bristol Album
Title:
Celebration - In Concert At "The Studio" Bristol
Performer:
Black Roots
Style:
Roots Reggae
Released:
1987
Catalog:
NUBVID 1
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1893 mb
FLAC album size:
2552 mb
Genre:
Label:
Nubian Records

Tracklist


1Freedom
2Seeing Your Face
3Juvenile Delinquent
4All Day All Night
5ConMan
6Tribal War
7Mighty Lion
8Black Roots Skank
9Opportunity
10Pin In The Ocean


Credits


  • EngineerMad Professor
  • Mixed ByMad Professor


Barcodes


  • Label Code: NUBVID 1


Album


This album was the first collaboration with the Neil Fraser aka The Mad Professort in a recording studio. This version was filmed live at The Studio in Bristol in June 1986 and features legendary Jamaican trombone song features on the band's debut album simply titled 'Black Roots' released back in 1983. The version shown here was filmed live at The Studio in Bristol in June 1986 and features legendary Jamaican trombone player Vin Gordon. Sound was recorded live and mixed by Mad Professor. Produced and Directed by 12 Bar Video 1987 Nubian Records. Every day them walking, walking, the streets to kill time No money in their pockets, so now them must commit crime Oh, leaders what can you do to help the situation From stopping, the youth-man getting more conviction. Black Roots. In Session 10xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320. Nubian Records. The Front Line CD, Album. Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol VHS. NUBVID 1. Full MP3, FLAC version of the Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At. Black Roots Roots Reggae 1987 UK. Free Download links. Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol MP3 RAR archive. Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol FLAC RAR archive. Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol WMA RAR archive. On 30 January 1969, the Beatles performed an unannounced concert from the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters at 3 Savile Row, within central London's office and fashion district. Joined by keyboardist Billy Preston, the band played a 42-minute set before the Metropolitan Police asked them to reduce the volume. It ultimately became the final public performance of their career. Genre: Reggae Album: Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol Country: UK Released: 1987 Style: Roots Reggae MP3 version RAR size: 1617 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1706 mb WMA version RAR size: 1142 mb Rating: 4. 1 Votes: 897 Other Formats: AC3 AIFF MP1 ADX DXD AHX WMA. 1 Juvenile Delinquent 2 Freedom 3 All Day All Night 4 ConMan 5 Seeing Your Face 6 Tribal War 7 Opportunity 8 Mighty Lion 9 Pin In The Ocean 10 Black Roots Skank. Engineer Mad Professor Mixed By Mad Professor. Black Roots began their musical journey in 1979. They are based in the St Pauls area of Bristol England. Jabulani Ngozi, one of the guitarists in the band, recalls in an interview he gave in 2004 to a French record label called Makasound, that Black Roots was formed by a group of friends that had known each other from the 60s. They appeared on BBC TVs Oxford Roadshow, in In Concert, wrote the title song for a BBC sitcom The Frontline and performed on several regional broadcasters like BBC West and HTV. They released their debut album, simply entitled Black Roots on Kick Records in 1983. Singer Black Roots. Album Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol. Format MP3 FLAC MP4 DXD MP2 MP3 AAC DMF AIFF. Genre Reggae. Label: Nubian Records NUBVID 1 Type: VHS, Stereo Country: UK Date of released: 1987 Category: Reggae Style: Roots Reggae. Free download links. Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol MP3 version. Black Roots - Celebration - In Concert At The Studio Bristol FLAC version. Today the sculptor placed a statue of a woman doing a black power salute on the vacant plinth in Bristol. We tell the full story of its creation and speak to Jen Reid, the protester whose gesture so inspired him. Rewind a few weeks and this same woman is knocking at the door of an artists studio, dressed in a face mask. Shes hurried in and asked to stand on a podium, with her legs slightly apart and her fist in the air. Shes re-enacting the black power salute she made on the plinth of Edward Colstons statue on 7 June, just after protesters pulled the slave-traders likeness down. The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert at Madison Square Garden on October 16, 1992 could have been a last waltz. Instead it turned out to be rock & rolls greatest half time show. The roots of Dylans topical songwriting were demonstrated by the Clancy Brothers with Robbie OConnell and Tommy Makem. John Mellencamp, whos been covering Like a Rolling Stone in concert for years, bravely took on the Dylan classic early in the show and delivered a fairly faithful and altogether convincing cover featuring strong vocal help from Pat Peterson and Sue Medley

Reviews:
  • Eyalanev
"Black Roots" is accompanied on 7 of the 10 tracks by a classical reggae horn section (ts, tb, tr) led by the legendary Vin Gordon, one of the top 5 reggae trombonists of the last decades aka Don Drummond Junior. He performs on innumerable classical roots reggae tunes and so left his mark on the golden aera of roots reggae like the Black Ark phase of Lee Perry.
To see him play in a live band is a rare opportunity, which you have here in this video on 7 tracks.