This review is from: Hail H.I.M. (Audio CD)
Whilst Winston Rodney has released an undoubtably classic stream of albums in his career including farover,social living and marcus garvey to name a few- for me this is his best work,worth it just for the bass work of Aston family man Barrett alone not to mention the dynamic and top notch musicianship of the wailers band, hail h.i.m. represents some of the most interesting and culturally enlightening works in the reggae genre....eloquent lyrics, genuine heartfelt sentiment and quality production make this one of my alltime favourite releases.......basically its an eduaction in rastafarianism and has just some of the best melodies and riddims i have heard in many years as a roots reggae fan, whilst the spear himself is on top form, columbus' riidim has been reworked over the years but this is still the original and best!!!!!!
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Initial post: 6 Mar 2010 14:53:09 GMT
hi fi mon amour says:
Gazza, you ain't wrong
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