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Am I Black Enough For You: Jamaican Songs Of Freedom - Various Artists 2x LP Earmark

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Various Artists - Am I Black Enough For You: Jamaican Songs Of Freedom

Tracklist 

 
A1 Ken Boothe Is It Because I'm Black
Producer – Lloyd Charmers
A2 Gregory Isaacs Black A Kill A Black
Producer – Gregory Isaacs, Pete Weston
A3 Chosen Few, The Am I Black Enough For You
Producer – Derrick Harriott
A4 Derrick Harriott Message From A Black Man
Producer – Derrick Harriott
A5 Heptones, The Black On Black (Be A Man)
Producer – Harry Johnson*
B1 Dennis Brown Equal Rights
Producer – Joe Gibbs
B2 Linval Thompson Africa Is For Black Man
Producer – Linval Thompson
B3 I-Roy Black And Proud
Producer – Augustus "Gussie" Clarke
B4 Peter Tosh Arise Blackman
Producer – Joe Gibbs
B5 I-Roy Blackman Time
Producer – Augustus "Gussie" Clarke
C1 Alton Ellis Black Man's World
Producer – Arthur "Duke" Reid
C2 Max Romeo Macabee Version
Producer – Winston 'Niney' Holness
C3 Justin Hinds & The Dominoes Botheration
Producer – Arthur "Duke" Reid
C4 Bob Andy Fire Burning
Producer – Lloyd Charmers
C5 Ronnie Davis In Dis Ya Time
Producer – Rodguel "Blackbeard" Sinclair
C6 Soul Twins, The (2) Don't Call Me Nigger
Producer – Clancy Eccles
D1 Neville Grant Blackman's Time
Producer – Lee Perry
D2 Leo Simpson Black Opressor
Producer – Leo Simpson
D3 Carlton Jackson History
Producer – Lee Perry
D4 Frankie Jones (2) & Tapper Zukie Proud To Be Black (Aka Be A Man)
Producer – Tapper Zukie
D5 Tapper Zukie & Musical Intimidators, The Born To Be Black (Reprise)
Producer – Tapper Zukie

Notes

Compiled by Stephen Nye, Creative Co-ordination by Laurence Cane-Honeysett, Excutive Product Management by John Reed, Co-ordinated by Nick Bourne, Cover photograph: urbanimage.tv

A massive concept album that shows how resistance to oppression throughout the centuries has shaped contemporary Jamaican music and culture. 21 songs that celebrate the black roots of Jamaica with contributions from the musical and ideological giants of the genre, including Ken Boothe, I Roy, Gregory Isaacs, Peter Tosh, and many others."

Label: Earmark
Format: Vinyl 2x LP
Year: 2004

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