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Chi Chi Run. Cool, Stroker. Earthquake Alt. Evening News. The First Time. For Your Love. Funky Jamaica. Get Ready. The Glory Of Love. Going To The River. Good, Good Loving. Gun The Man Down. Guns Don't Argue. Hard Man Fe Dead. Hard Man Fi Dead. Holly Holy Version. Idi Amin. Is Life Worth Living. Jamaica's Pride. Johnny Cool. He subsequently moved to Miami to pursue business interests including running a Prince Buster Prince Busters All Stars Nothing Takes The Place Of You Freezing Up Orange Street company.

In Campbell was awarded the Order of Distinction by the Jamaican Government for his contribution to music. The UK ska revival at the end of the s that started with the 2-Tone label from Coventry introduced Campbell's music to a new generation of listeners.

In the band Madness released their first single on 2-Tone, a tribute to Campbell called " The Prince ". It featured and was co-written by Saffiyah Khan, and was an attempt to modernise the content of Buster's song for the 21st century. Campbell died on the morning of 8 September [29]in a hospital in MiamiFlorida, after suffering heart problems, according to his wife. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prince Buster. Ska rocksteady reggae. Retrieved 1 February Retrieved 8 February Retrieved 13 February Music Sales Group.

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Music 1st ed. Fulham, London: Flame Tree Publishing. Miami New Times. Retrieved 16 February Willie Burns Willie Burns London: Guinness World Records Limited. Retrieved 15 February This was the era of the classic vocal groups, but Prince Busteralways a man of the people, had his finger on the rudies' pulse.

The following year, Derrick Morgan released the seminal "Tougher Than Tough" single, wherein a quartet of rude boys is hauled before his unnamed judge for sentencing. Although charged with violent crimes including "gun-shooting," Morgan 's lenient magistrate lets these miscreants off. The single was a phenomenal success, so of course Prince Buster would have to respond. He did with ferocity on "Judge Dread," and in a total and absolutely unexpected turnabout, sentenced the hapless rudies appearing before him to centuries in jail.

Uproar followed, not on record but in real life, as the entire nation was caught up by the trial. Other artists now jumped on the Judge's bandwagon, and a slew of singles featuring singing magistrates and defendants followed. Eventually, Buster was ready to step back into the courtroom fray and the island avidly awaited the result of "The Barrister," a single cleverly credited to the Appeal.

The verdict actually made the Jamaican national news and no wonder, Judge Dread had jailed the appealing barrister. More outrage, more singles, and Prince Buster finally gave in and released his final word on the subject, "Judge Dread Dance The Pardon. This judicial soap opera may seem ludicrous today, but at the time it addressed the serious problem of youth violence that threatened the island, albeit with dollops of humor.

However, between Morgan 's pushover magistrate and Buster 's draconian Dread, it opened the door for serious discussion of the island's rising tide of violent young offenders. Lee Perry 's barrister on "Set Them Free," for example, poignantly explains the societal causes that led his defendants to court. Meanwhile, the U. This was captured Henry Mancini The Party Music From The Film Score the On Tour album, where Buster performed a fabulous hits-laden set before an exuberant audience.

Back in Jamaica, rocksteady was drawing to a close, reggae was on the rise, and Prince Buster had a new furor to invoke. Acrosshe released a clutch of seminal singles ensured to raise blushes from all but the least bashful.

Renaming himself Judge Dreadhe carried on the "Big" saga into the realms of improbability that finally ended with "Big Twelve. While Judge Dread was notching up the hits, Prince Buster was already turning Los Que Vivimos Contrapunto El Camino Del Amor attention elsewhere.

Of course, rude reggae was only a fraction of what he released during the late '60s and early '70s; there was also a clutch of Beatles covers, and numerous songs dealing with other subjects entirely, and he even addressed Rastafarianism by the turn of the decade. But it was this latter area that was about to turn into a minefield. Dodd and Reid were in a similar boat, but Prince Buster was even less equipped to cope with the rise of roots than his competitors. They were merely businessmen, while Buster had converted to Islam in and thus could not credibly sing about Rastafarianism; this religious movement was at the heart and soul of roots.

But the genre didn't really seem to suit him. He continued to work with such established BB King Guess Who as Alton EllisJohn Holtthe Heptonesand Dennis Brown all of whom cut hits with himbut times were changing swiftly and Buster seemed to be unable to find a Carl Craig Moritz von Oswald ReComposed to move with them.

Inhe stopped trying. Over the next 15 years, Buster remained silent, but allowed his legacy to speak for Bad Company Burnin Sky. Across the '70s, he stocked the shelves with reissues, most featuring self-composed liner notes railing at the current state of music, and holding up his past work as proof. Prince Buster Prince Busters All Stars Nothing Takes The Place Of You Freezing Up Orange Street with the rise of 2-Tone, so indebted to him, the artist remained mute.

Another decade passed before he would again stand before a mike. With little warning, Prince Buster suddenly began to appear on-stage in the late '80s, and as a new decade began, toured Japan with the Skatalites as his backing group. He started recording again inand two years later also guested on the Skatalites ' Hi Bop Ska album.



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  1. Jul 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Prince Buster's All Stars - Al Capone at Discogs. Complete your Prince Buster's All Stars collection/5().
  2. Jul 08,  · – Ska-Lip-Soul (Prince Buster And His All Stars) – What A Hard Man Fe Dead (The Prince Buster All Stars) – [Aka: “Live By My Ten Commandments” ] Judge Dread. 2) Shearing You. 3) Nothing Takes The Place Of You. 4) Ghost Dance. 5) Rock With A Feeling. 6) Sweet Beat. Prince Buster & Determinations “Orange Street.
  3. Sep 08,  · Prince Buster discography and songs: Music profile for Prince Buster, born 28 May Genres: Jamaican Ska, Rocksteady, Dub. Albums include Tougher Than Tough: The Story of Jamaican Music, Fabulous Greatest Hits, and Al Capone / One Step Beyond.
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  7. SIDE 1: NOTHING TAKES THE PLACE OF YOU - PRINCE BUSTER. SIDE 2: FREEZING UP ORANGE STREET (WALKING UP ORANGE STREET) - PRINCE BUSTER ALL STARS *R/Steady Inst. RECORD CONDITION: (EX-) Side 2 (VG-) *Side 1 plays with noise near the end of play/side 2 plays with hiss noise and a hitch.
  8. Prince Buster - Nothing takes the place of you by Schmidthorst [Deleted video] SHAKING UP ORANGE STREET - PRINCE BUSTER by Jahbuzzz. part 1 prince buster on tour by Kingstoned PRINCE BUSTER & THE ALL STARS - My girl ( Prince Buster) by mightydoctorbird.
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  10. Cecil Bustamente Campbell OD (– 8 September ), known professionally as Prince Buster, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer. The records he released in the s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that would be drawn upon later by reggae and ska artists.

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