post in the near future..... MAN, what a great show by Sleater Kinney Saturday night, MY GOD they took 8-10 years off and literally have not missed a beat they were phenomenal .....I REALLY wanted to do at least a small post on them BEFORE I went to the show, I think I'll still put up their studio albums sometime this week when I get the chance...... there are so few bands about whom I can HONESTLY say I don't think EVER made a bad album, but they are it....... just amazing. I used to go to more shows than I could count, now, I am far too old for that, 1-2 a year is plenty so I want to see only REALLY great ones...... my son attended with me, as he has for the last couple years, as he is college bound next year, this may or may not be the last show we attend together...... but we have been SO lucky to see incredible shows by the Black Keys/Cage the Elephant, Jack White, the incredible Buddy Guy, and now one of my all time faves Sleater Kinney...... just great stuff, and, I guess when he leaves for school, the wife will have to go back to attending with me, I'm sure she can't wait!
Brown was equally at ease when singing of matters of the heart and also of those of cultural importance and on this album you get a fair share of both. It contains the Brown classics of Money in my Pocket and Cassandra but for me the stand out track is Black Liberation. Bob Marley stated that Brown was the best reggae singer in the world and the vocals on this album shows where he was coming from. You can just listen to one Dennis Brown song after another and not get bored; he had a voice that was a joy to turn your ears towards.
Track List : 1. So Jah Say, 2. Don’t Feel No way, 3. Words Of Wisdom. 4. Should I 5. A True 6. A’int That Loving You 7. Cassandra 8. Love Jah 9. Black Liberation 10. Rasta Children 11. Drifter 12. Money In My Pocket Link: http://www21.zippyshare.com/v/RZKOTI2f/file.html
Fred Locks – Black Star Liners
Track List: 1. Dark Star Liners 2. Vision of Redemption 3. I’ve Got A Joy 4. Sons Of The Almighty
5. Sing-A-Long 6. True Rastaman 7. Don’t Let Babylon Use You 8. Walls 9. Wolf Wolf 10. Time To Change