Dr Alimantado A Bit Of Bread
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These recordings contrast sharply with tunes like "I Killed the Barber" and "Chant to Jah" which are characterised by a more upbeat mood and a more ebullient approach. His chanting on "I Killed the Barber" "Gone, gone, the barber's gone! Alimantado's versatility also extended to singing or rather to singjaying. The LP entitled Sons of Thunder contains his best-known recording, "Born for a Purpose," originally released in after the deejay nearly died in a traffic accident. The life-affirming tune became a hit in England with its echo-laden and sax-led hook: "If you feel that you have no reason for living, don't determine my life.
Dr Alimantado was to develop a style which would be half-way through deejaying Dr Alimantado A Bit Of Bread singing, and the tune entitled "Slavery Let I Go" released in is a good example of that approach: The youth will work for his bread, So do not fight against Dr Alimantado A Bit Of Bread youthman, dread. Leave the youth, may he survive And keep God's words, God's words alive. You can't terrorise youth long, long, longer, Youthman get wise and strong. My mother told me there was a weeping, There was Tarika Blue Tarika Blue wailing, there was a moaning.
It must be a good one. Now I never heard this one before. I don't know. I'm shocked. This is legendary shit. I love the hell out of it. It takes me a while to listen to what I post. It's not so easy as what I hear to your ear. I take chances mostly,so you can experience goodness. Much love and peace Nice treat Mark! Didnt know this one. It's a bit difficult to track down the discographies of these Jamaican artists I've seen in my files that this LP charted in UK reggae charts in summer Pretty cool shit.
I fixed that WTG link. Do you have any old Jamacian Rocksteady? Post a Comment. Tuesday, March 7, Dr. He mainly met success in the mid to late s, with his best-known album being Dr Alimantado A Bit Of Bread Dressed Chicken in Towna Greensleeves Records collection of tracks recorded in the mids, featuring Alimantado toasting over singers such as John HoltGregory IsaacsJackie Edwards and Horace Andy.
His tunes mixed his Rastafari movement beliefs with commentary on events then going on in his community; "Poison Flour" referenced a January incident when 79 persons in Jamaica were acutely poisoned by consuming flour contaminated by leakage of the insecticide parathion in a ship's hold.
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