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Lui Lepke - Late Night Movie (Uk)
Late Night Movie (Uk)
Artist: Lui Lepke
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 09/20/2024
UPC: 5013929284944

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1. Go to School - Lui Lepke
2. Rent Man Skank - Lui Lepke
3. Late Night Movie - Lui Lepke
4. Rose Marie - Lui Lepke
5. Penitentiary - Lui Lepke
6. Tribute to Bob Marley - Lui Lepke
7. Love Ina Jam Down - Lui Lepke
8. She Is Part of My Life - Lui Lepke
9. Praise His Majesty - Lui Lepke
10. Custom Officer - Lui Lepke
11. My Love / Can't Take Mi Landlord- Wade Brammer ; Lui Lepke
12. Quick Divorce / Mek You Lie - Barrington Levy ; Lui Lepke
13. Virgin Girl / Lovers Take Over - Eek a Mouse ; Lui Lepke
14. Dance Hall Stylee / Step Mother - Danny Magaroo ; Lui Lepke
15. Mine Yu Mouth / Late Night Movie - Barrington Levy ; Lui Lepke
16. Rope in / Love in a Jamdown - Cornel Campbell ; Lui Lepke
17. Shopkeeper - Jah Thomas
18. Nice Up the Party - Welton Irie ; Prince Weedy
19. Babylon Happening - Jah Mike
20. Gates of Zion Open - Puddy Roots
21. Get Up and Skank - Lee Van Cleef
22. Informer- Lad Ann
23. Jah a the Magician Man - Puddy Roots
24. Stay Alive - Lee Van Cleef
25. Big Iron - Kojak
26. Captain Selassie I - Icho Candy
27. Fi Me Time Now - Papa Tullo
28. Man in Me - Junior Vibes
29. Scorcher - Delroy Jones
30. More Loving - Ranking Trevor

More Info:

Seminal dancehall album from 1982. Features some of the biggest Jamaican hits of the early 80s. 19 tracks new to CD. The close of the 1970s witnessed a dramatic change of both style and substance of reggae music, with the spiritual and political themes that had dominated the roots era throughout the preceding years supplanted by a dynamic new sound that primarily focused upon more down to earth issues. The new 'dancehall' sound was chiefly championed by raw, youthful music-makers whose recordings dominated the Jamaican musical landscape over the years that immediately followed. Among the most successful of these ambitious newcomers was DJ Lui Lepke, whose moniker revived that originally used by a notorious 1930s New York gangster, reflected the brash new attitude of these aspirational young guns. Lepke's musical breakthrough came in late 1979, when his debut single, 'Can't Take Me Landlord', shot to the top of the Jamaican music charts, with this success swiftly followed by further big sellers, notably 'Love Ina Jamdown', 'Mek You Lie To Me', 'Custom Officer' and his 1981 smash, 'Late Night Movie', which provided the title of his debut long-player, issued early the following year. An instant best-seller, the LP has remained unavailable on CD for 17 years with this expanded version also including the DJ's 12" single tracks, which also feature fellow reggae royalty in Barrington Levy, Eek-A-Mouse and Cornel Campbell. In addition, the second disc on the set collects some of the biggest Joe Gibbs productions from the dancehall era, many of which feature on CD for the first time.