Yellowman - Reggae On The Move FLAC album
Title: Reggae On The Move
FLAC version ZIP size: 1496 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1266 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1893 mb
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Winston Foster (born January 15,1956), better known by the stage name Yellowman, is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay, also known as King Yellowman. He was popular in Jamaica in the 1980s, coming to prominence with a series of singles that established his reputation
Move is the eponymous debut album by The Move, released on the Regal Zonophone label. The only one which was recorded by the group’s initial line-up before bassist Ace Kefford left, it includes both sides of their third and fourth singles ('Flowers in the Rain' and 'Fire Brigade'). Flowers in the Rain' was the first ever song played on Radio 1 in September 1967 by Tony Blackburn. In Bed With Yellowman released: 2009. This Is Crucial Reggae released: 2005. Yellow Fever: A Retrospective 1998-2004 released: 2004. New York released: 2004.
1. Reggae On The Move. 2. Dancehall Tamborine. Reggae On The Move (LP, Album). Reggae On The Move (Cass).
When Yellowman, the perennially provocative King of Dancehall Music, pointed at the assembled crowd at this year’s eighth annual Reggae on the Mountain (July 22-23) in California, nobody move, nobody get hurt – a historic refrain in music history, rang out – echoing throughout Topanga Canyon, raising the hair on both mountain and Rasta lions alike. Music royalty & raging fyah figure prominently at reggae on the mountain 2017. The title track off of his hit album from the mid-1980s, Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt has, like much of Yellowman’s discography, been sampled countless times by countless artists – including by the late hip-hop pioneer and rapper, Eazy-E. Back then, the song’s pulsating, unrelenting beat could be heard playing from sound systems and boom boxes all over the world.
King" Yellowman as he is known, is one of the most popular reggae artists to have come from Jamaica. Born as Winston Foster in 1959, in Kingston, Jamaica, he was also an alumnus of the Alpha Boy's school where many reggae artists and musicians got their early musical training. Yellowman, nicknamed for his albino appearance, got his start in the late 1970's as a young DJ (toaster or rapper). He built his early career around the fact that he was an albino, and his audiences accepted him for his self-effacing humor and lyrical cleverness.
Biography by Steve Huey. Jamaican reggae DJ sensation of the 80s, with considerable talent and inventive, amusing lyrics.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The price is right though so I'm not really complaining, and despite some visual and audible defects : there are pits, scratches, a little scratchiness on the left channel audible during a minute on the first song of side A and C, disc eccentricity, together with many an audible pop during louder parts of songs on lp 1. Plus it collects a good. amount of static while being played. Regardless, the sound is excellent for an early 80s reggae budget recording. It doesn't say it's been remastered but it's indeed a hot cut for a vinyl record