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Take Me to God
Jah Wobble
Take Me to God
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
 
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1994 album featuring guest appearances from Baaba Maal, Gavin Friday, Natacha Atlas & Najma.

      
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All Artists: Jah Wobble
Title: Take Me to God
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Records
Release Date: 6/21/1994
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
Styles: Dance Pop, Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731452400024, 731452400048, 766489311029

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1994 album featuring guest appearances from Baaba Maal, Gavin Friday, Natacha Atlas & Najma.

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Jamo | Denver, CO USA | 05/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A modern masterpiece. Lush, worldly, boldly sensual and spiritual without self consciousness or guile. If you have an iota of groove in you, you must have this. Order now! I wore out my first copy and am moving through my second. Everyone I recommend it to loves it and buys other JW stuff. If you are a bass player it will shake you to your foundation in a very good way. What can I say? The guy is criminally underappreciated, but you can do your part to make him the superstar he should be. Funky? You bet. World? Absolutely. Genius? Undoubtedly. You will thank your God JW is on the same planet. You will become closer to God."
Quite taken
Jamo | 07/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is Jah Wobble's most accessible album. But that said, it's far from being mainstream, it's too complex, too beautiful. No song is like one other, the music changes, language, singers, rhythm, mood, prose, everything changes - akin to the Red Queen who runs to stay in place, JW moves about building a solid, lasting masterpiece, which yet remains elusive, fluent in all tongues, an abode of the restless. In the first sentence of "Hundred Years of Solitude" Gabriel Garcia Marquez depicts a man facing execution while remembering a certain occasion when he was a little boy. The lyrics of "I love everybody", exclaimed with a ranting and callous voice, are similarly cruel but upraising, touching life and beyond. "Becoming more like God" is one of the strangest songs I've ever heard - Pop meets/becomes God, a hymn for a church yet to be founded. If you think this seems all too weird, and who is Jah Wobble anyway? don't be put off - the music is fantastic."
Enlightened Pop Music.
Joseph P. Ulibas | Sacramento, CA, USA | 06/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Take Me to God was a disc that Jah Wobble and his Invaders of the Heart produced during the mid-90s'. The disc even had a minor hit "The Sun Does Rise". The disc is an enlightened masterpiece from Jah Wobble. The Invaders of the Heart take you on the trip around the world showing it's listener that everywhere music is just a simple beat and we call all become more like god each in their own way. Mere words cannot do this album justice. Jah Wobble has gone through a lot of trials and tribulations over the years. It's great to see him become enlightened and continue to make great albums. I hope someday we can all become one with the world and musically intune.

Highly recommended."