Sugar Minott & Youth Promotion - Stars Of Youth Promotion Vol. 1 download album
- Album: Stars Of Youth Promotion Vol. 1
- FLAC: 1836 mb | MP3: 1147 mb
- Released: 1987
- Style: Reggae, Dancehall
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 850
- Format: VOC RA TTA AUD DMF VOX MP1
The Youth Promotion crew included Yami Bolo, Michael Palmer, Junior Reid, Garnett Silk, Andi .
A little excerpt from a Kingston dance with Youth Promotion in 1986
Sugar minott,the original dancehall godfather .
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Lincoln Barrington "Sugar" Minott (25 May 1956 – 10 July 2010) was a Jamaican reggae singer, producer and sound-system operator. After working as a selector on the Sound of Silence Keystone sound system, and then his own Gathering of Youth system, he began his singing career as part of The African Brothers in 1969, along with Tony Tuff and Derrick Howard
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A Dancehall Reggae Legend. Follow his journey! Sugar minott. Experience the legend. g. Sweet Sounds Of Sugar. Veteran singer, selector, songwriter, musician and producer Sugar Minott – born Lincoln Barrington Minott – from Kingston, Jamaica has been a driving force in pioneering the creation of reggae music. Contributing his indoctrination to the reggae music from growing up in the dancehall where some of the best sounds of the day used to play.
The follow up was the Showcase album which collects some early Studio One hits in showcase (extended) style. He continued to work with Studio One until 1979 when he left and created his own label Black Roots which led to the foundation of Youth Promotion. Some of the artists that were recorded at this time were Little John, Barry Brown, Triston Palma and Tony Tuff.
Discover Sugar Minott & Musical Youth on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. The Bittersweet album followed, and then the third album of 1979, Ghetto-ology, which saw a return to roots reggae. Returning to Jamaica, his Youth Promotion sound system performed regularly in Kingston's Maxfield Park, featuring Jah Stitch and newcomers who had been nurtured by his organization such as Ranking Joe, Captain Sinbad, and Ranking Dread. His Black Roots label featured his productions of these artists plus others such as Barry Brown, Tenor Saw, Little John, Tony Tuff, Barrington Levy, Horace Andy, and one of his discoveries from England, Trevor Hartley.
|A1||–Chris Wayne||Ram The Party|
|A2||–Sugar Minott||Rub A Dubbing|
|A3||–Dignitary Stylish||Lyrical Movement|
|A4||–Lenky Roy||Come Softly|
|A5||–Lenky Roy||Come Softly (Version)|
|B1||–Michael Prophet||Worries & Problem|
|B2||–Rod Taylor||On The Track|
|B3||–Errol Scorpion||Big Betty Gal|
|B5||–Lazer Beam||Senice (Version)|
- Recorded At – Promotion Studio
- Mixed At – Promotion Studio
- Printed By – Solo-Graphic Printers Ltd.
- Distributed By – L&M Record Co.
- Arranged By – Sugar Minott
- Concept By – Danny Allen
- Edited By – Danny Allen
- Engineer – Admiral Ken, Sugar Minott
- Liner Notes – Danny Allen
- Mixed By – Admiral Ken
- Musician – Sugar Minott, Squiddly*
- Producer – Sugar Minott
NotesMixed At Promotion Studio By Admiral Ken
Recorded At Youth Promotion Recorded Studio