Wednesday, 27 February 2008

Black Uhuru

Back to reggae in this post. Black Uhuru are a reggae band from Jamaica that was formed in the 1970's. Their name means Black Freedom (uhuru means freedom in Swahili). They are well known reggae artists and their band history is too long for me to write it here, so here are some links to more info about Black Uhuru: Wikipedia (band history & discography), Discogs (discography) and Black Uhuru's MySpace page.



BLACK UHURU - (1981) - Red

Year: 1981
Label: Island Records
Size: 84.7 MB

01. Youth Of Eglington
02. Sponji Reggae
03. Sistren
04. Journey
05. Utterance
06. Puff She Puff
07. Rockstone
08. Carbine
Produced by Sly Dunbar & Robert Shakespeare.
Executive producer - Chris Blackwell.

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BLACK UHURU - (1987) - Guess Who's Coming To Dinner

Year: 1987
Label: Poli-Rhythm Ltd.
Size: 104 MB

01. Shine Eye Gal
02. Leaving To Zion
03. General Penitentiary
04. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
05. Abortion
06. Natural Reggae Beat
07. Plastic Smile
Produced by Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare.
“Shine Eye Gal” produced by Delroy Witter.
Special mix by Sly & Robbie.
Drums - Sly Dunbar.
Bass - Robbie Shakespear, Radcliff “Dougie” Bryan.
Organ - Keith Sterling, Winston Wright.
Lead guitar - Radcliff “Dougie” Bryan.

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6 comments:

Milan said...

Oba albuma su odlicna,odavno ovo nisam slusao :)

Nečista Savjest said...

Nisam znao da ti je reggae dobar! Baš mi je drago, mislio sam da nikoga od punkera to ne zanima...
Pozdrav!

Tsunami said...

éssa banda realmente é muito boa =)

Anonymous said...

ThanX again, but Part2 is also here missing...;

Invalid or Deleted File.

The key you provided for file download was invalid. This is usually caused because the file is no longer stored on Mediafire. This occurs when the file is removed by the originating user or Mediafire.

Maybe better create single archives if allowed?
Please re-upload.

Nečista Savjest said...

@ Anon - Re-upped... As single file again. Btw, dunno if you noticed, this blog is dead for a long time now, and part 1 & part 2 thing was necessary about 4 years ago when I first posted stuff as MediaFire had a 100MB limit on single files.

Periko said...

i love you! it tooked me a long while to find it! x)