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Too Long in Slavery
Culture
Too Long in Slavery
Genre: World Music
 
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Led by Joseph Hill with Albert Walker and Kenney Paley on Backup Vocals, Culture Came to Prominence in 1977 with their Famous Album 'two Sevens Clash'. In 1978 They Signed to Virgin's Front Line Label and Continued their M...  more »

      
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All Artists: Culture
Title: Too Long in Slavery
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Virgin
Release Date: 7/15/1999
Album Type: Import
Genre: World Music
Style: Reggae
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 017046168724, 0077778685951, 017046168748, 077778685920, 724359578026

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Led by Joseph Hill with Albert Walker and Kenney Paley on Backup Vocals, Culture Came to Prominence in 1977 with their Famous Album 'two Sevens Clash'. In 1978 They Signed to Virgin's Front Line Label and Continued their Most Creative Period for Anot her Century.

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A global message from the enduring Rastaman
ceejazz | NJ, United States | 08/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Has slavery manifested and evolved itself into new more sublime forms? Culture's "Too Long Slavery" could start such a debate! We can all see today that the world needs prayer and a whole lot of it - as there really is so much trouble in the world.
Its almost strange and ironic that only rastamen and folk singers seem to be totally concerned with saving the earth and the soul of mankind musically! For decades Roots artists have been busy singing 'this message music' and only those who seeked englightenment and awarenes were basically buying this music.
Culture from 1979 where belting out tunes like "Fussing and fighting", "Behold", "Natty Never Get weary" and "Natty work on"...in 2004 maybe its time we all have a good listen to this spiritual and excellent musical roots message."