Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Original Raggamuffin (1975-77)
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"Normally, other than perhaps U-Roy, I find that DJ music is unoriginal and boring. Many times, DJ's don't even bother grooving on key. This one is an exeption, and perhaps one of the very best ones out there. Jah Stich does not over do it and is not overpowering, he's just right. This album is one of the best late night roots groove. A must for roots lovers!"
Ragga for REAL
Adjua Dubb | Gaithersburg, MD United States | 05/09/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Raggamuffin--what can I say, the album features one of the most overlooked toasters/chanters of reggae Jah Stitch, who has a signatured delivery and style that is definately his own, with a snarl and in your face yet subtle chants Jah Stitch totally owns the mic, and will have you in trance when listening. This B&F release is a gem, most of the tracks are heard on originals by Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke and Burning Spear, but are re done just for Stitch's fya style. A great album and introduces us to a real soldier on the frontlines. standout cuts: African people 3 in 1, Raggamuffin, Sinners Repent Your Soul, Give Jah the Glory."