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Rod Taylor - If Jah Should Come Now Album FLAC Performer: Rod Taylor
Album: If Jah Should Come Now
Country: France
Released: 2016
Style: Roots Reggae, Dub
Label: Belva Sound
Genre: Reggae
Catalog #: AP LP 9031
Size FLAC: 2400 mb.
Size MP3: 1567 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 008
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue




Tracklist


1If Jah Should Come Now
2Cheer Up Yourself
3Morning Train
4I Do Love You
5The Lord Is Watching
6In This Time
71983
8Can't Enter Zion
9Words Of Parables
10Jah Love Is Real


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AP LP 9031Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now ‎(LP, Album)HitrunAP LP 9031UK1979
APLP 9031Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now ‎(LP, Album)Little LukeAPLP 9031UK1979
CF 336Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial)Corn-Fed ProductionsCF 336Netherlands2019
AP LP 9031Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now ‎(LP, Album)Belva SoundAP LP 9031Jamaica1979
KINCD 1Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now ‎(CD, RE)Jet Star RecordsKINCD 1UKUnknown


Credits


  • Arranged By, ProducerPrince Hammer
  • BassErrol "Flabba" Holt
  • Composed By, VocalsRod Taylor
  • DrumsBarnabus, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, "Style" Scott
  • Engineer [Mix]David Hamilton
  • Engineer [Recording]"Crucial" Bunny
  • Guitar [Lead]Chinna "Melchezinik"
  • Guitar [Rhythm]Bingy Bunny
  • HornsBobby, Marcus
  • OrganAnsell Collins
  • PercussionScully, Sticky
  • PianoBobby Kalphat
  • Producer, Composed By, Arranged ByBerris Simpson


Notes


Recorded at Channel One.
Mixed at Harry J Studio.
A Daddy Kool / Hit Run Release.
Track B5 was not on the original release


Companies


  • Distributed By – Deep Roots Reggae Shop
  • Distributed By – Kingston Connexion


Album


OBJETIVO: Reunir no mesmo canal álbuns completos de diversas bandas de reggae do planeta para prestígio da nação regueira. Meet on the same channel full. Album 2009 20 Songs. Try It Now. Learn More. 20 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes. If Jah Should Come Now Rod Taylor. Listen free to Rod Taylor If Jah Should Come Now Morning Town, The Lord Is Watching and more. 20 tracks 65:44. Rod Taylor can refer to the reggae artist or the country artist: 1. Rod Taylor has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most crucial roots reggae singers to emerge in the golden years of the 1970s. He was born in 1957 and grew up in the Trenchtown Rema ghetto of the capital Kingston. Captain Morgan Dub - Rod Taylor. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. If Jah Should Come Now. Rod Taylor. Released: Jun 2009. The Lord Is Watching. Jah Love Is Real. Can't Enter Zion. Cheer Up Yourself. In This Time. I Do Love You. Words of Paradise. Church Hill Dub. Morning Town, 02:57. The Lord Is Watching, 03:11. If Jah Should Come Now, 02:42. Jah Love Is Real, 02:39. Can't Enter Zion, 03:14. Cheer Up Yourself, 02:56. Now playing: Daft Punk Get Lucky feat. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers. Vibronics, Rod Taylor Writing On The Wall Picture Sleeve 7. Dub Is A Weapon Armed & Dangerous LP 6 Tracks Plane Sleeve LP. Rod Taylor Morning Train: Dub 12. Version City Rockers Version City Dub Clash LP. Rod Taylor Songs Of Praises 7. Prince Hammer Them Must Fail 12. Similar best sellers . Rod Taylor, Lee Van Cliff, Prince Hammer, Rod Taylor feat. Style Scott, Echo Minott and more. Chart positions. 1979 session voiced by Rod Taylor and produced by the multi-talented DJSinger producer Berris 'Prince Hammer' Simpson. Presented inna showcase style, where 8 out of the 9 tracks from the LP are followed by a dub mix and a whole heap of deejay toasting. DJ tracks from the 'Africa Iron Gate Showcase' LP and dub tracks from Prince Hammer's 'World War Dub Part 1'. His Imperial Majesty. Mr Money Man. No One Can Tell I About Jah


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Nice repress with very nice sound quality , just two negative things in my opinion :
Sleeve colors can't be as nice as the original (as all represses...) , B side on my record has some little crackles here and there but sounds better than actual VP records represses ... If you want this great album , just buy it. Roots Radics at their best !