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Remembering Joseph Hill [2CD]
Remembering Joseph Hill [2CD]
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD


Label: VPAL
Rel. Date: 06/15/2018
UPC: 673405019320

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1. The International Herb - Tony Rebel
2. Two Sevens Clash - Queen Ifrica
3. Bald Head Bridge - Dalton Harris
4. See Dem a Come (Jah See Dem a Come) - Etana
5. Addis Ababba - Sherieta
6. Behold - Ed Robinson
7. Humble African - Exco Levi
8. Calling Rasta for I (Calling Rastafari) - Nikki Burt
9. Stop the Fussing and Fighting - Kenyata Hill
10. Work on Natty - Richie Spice
11. Revolution (Ready fi Revolution) - Duane Stephenson
12. Natty Never Get Weary - Joseph Hill feat. Buju Banton
13. Capture Rasta - Marcia Griffiths
14. Tell Me Wey Yuh Get It - Gyptian
15. Still Rest on My Heart - Tarrus Riley
16. Revolution (Ready fi Revolution) - Duane Stephenson feat. Agent Sasco
17. Innocent Blood - Black Prophet
18. Bald Head Bridge - Dalton Harris feat. Trinity
19. Down in Jamaica - Slashe
20. Too Long in Slavery - Natel
21. Zion Gate - George Nooks
22. See Dem a Come (Jah See Dem a Come) - Etana feat. Zagga
23. I'm Not Ashamed - Shuga

More Info:

Remembering Joseph Hill is a tribute album to the influential lead singer of Culture - 40 years after the group created a stir with the song, Two Sevens Clash. Penthouse Records' Donovan Germain selected the songs, then approached several acts to record their favorites. Featured artists on the compilation include; Queen Ifrica, Buju Banton, Etana, Richie Spice, Marcia Griffiths, Tarrus Riley, Gyptian, Duane Stephenson and more.