Burning Spear - Man In The Hills [[draft]] download album
- Album: Man In The Hills [[draft]]
- FLAC: 1877 mb | MP3: 1746 mb
- Released: 1990
- Style: Roots Reggae
- Rating: 4.3/5
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Слушайте Man In The Hills (Album Version) от Burning Spear из альбома Chant Down Babylon: The Island Anthology. Deezer: бесплатная потоковая трансляция музыки.
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Авторы текста и музыки. UMG (от лица компании "Island Records"); AMRA, Abramus Digital, UMPI, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. It's Good (Album Version). Man in the Hills, Dry & Heavy. UMG; BMI - Broadcast Music In. PEDL, Warner Chappell, ASCAP, MijacCatalog, Sony ATV Publishing, Downtown Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (5).
The second half of the album's title pretty much sums it up. With the low end ably handled by Sly & Robbie, as well as Aston Barrett from Bob Marley's Wailers, Winston Rodney is free to follow his muses where they lead him, which is back to politics and spiritual matters. If not as perfect as Marcus Garvey, this set allows us a more detailed view of Burning Spear, an artist fully engaged in the world around him. An essential album from a genuine visionary.
Complete your Burning Spear collection.
The water My sister wash up the dishes She even goes to the shop And bring in the grocery When my smaller brother run around And pick up the bramble to keep the fire blazing To keep, to keep mama fire blazing Blazing fire, fire. And if we should live up in the hills (repeat once). My mother hard at work Work my mother for ya children My mother hard at work Work my mother for ya children My daddy he's down Way over, far over Working out the cultivation Come in with food Daddy Come in daddy come Come with food come. And if we should live up in the hills.
Garvey in his philosophy, which Burning Spear greatly took to, and Marley in directly helping Burning Spear get started in the music industry. Winston Rodney (born March 1, 1945), also known as Burning Spear, is a Jamaican roots reggae singer and musician. Like many famous Jamaican reggae artists, Burning.
As is commonplace for any early Spear effort, the trio adeptly takes on anyone and everyone in their tornado like path. The results are as cataclysmic today as they were in 1976. No More War" is as pertantent now as then. Mother" is as touching, "Children" as powerful . This beautiful album of roots music draws power from its simplicity - reflecting the earthbound, day-to-day strength and struggle of Jamaica's country people. It evokes sunshine and banana trees, dreads and livity, children and solidarity - and of course the flame that keeps the album burnin', Mr. Winston Rodney AKA Burning Spear has a voice to match his thick, strong, and flowing dreads.
Coming after the highly acclaimed Marcus Garvey (1975), Burning Spear’s fourth album, Man in the Hills (1976), had a lot to live up to. It is generally conceded that they did not craft an equally impressive follow-up, but Man in the Hills has its charms nevertheless. Lead singer and main songwriter. Lead singer and main songwriter Winston Rodney turns back to reflections on his rural Jamaican childhood for many of the lyrics, which gives the album a gentler, more nostalgic message than the political, exhortative Marcus Garvey. Rodney’s tenor is well suited to the sentiments, and the all-star band assembled to back him is supportive and, especially in the horn charts, complementary to the lead voice. The demands of recording schedules may have caused Burning Spear to recast earlier songs, but that contributes to the album’s theme of looking back.