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Living - Big Youth - Some Great Big Youth (Vinyl, LP)

9 thoughts on “ Living - Big Youth - Some Great Big Youth (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Great may be too extravagant a term for this ten-song compilation. Entertaining would be appropriate. The set is culled from cuts released by Big Youth's own Negusa Negast label, mostly from the late '70s through the very early '80s. So, obviously this set does not capture the DJ at the height of his prowess, but still contains some worthwhile material.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Some Great Big Youth on Discogs. Label: Heartbeat Records (2) - HB 03 • Format: Vinyl LP, /5(11).
  3. Apr 15,  · Album: Some Great Big Youth - Category Music; Song Living (Remastered) Artist Big Youth; Album.
  4. Big Youth's songs: Listen to songs by Big Youth on Myspace, Living. Big Youth. Some Great Big Youth. Roots Foundation. Big Youth. Some Great Big Youth. Green Bay Killing. Big Youth. Some Great Big Youth. Love Jah With All of My Heart.
  5. Some Great Big Youth [Vinyl] LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Big Youth Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Living 3. Roots Foundation 4. Get on Up 5. Dancing Mood 6. Time Alone Will Tell 7. Suffering5/5(1).
  6. Unlike most other dee-jays at the time, Big Youth's messages were chant-like, as opposed to the popular style that U-Roy used- a hybrid of what we would now call rap and jive talking. In these ways, the only 17 year old Big Youth was an original, and it would show on his albums/5(24).
  7. Big Youth is a reggae veteran with a large Jamaican and U.S. following. This collects of some of Big Youth's best recordings -- including the classic "Green Bay Killing" -- from such albums as Isaiah, Progress and Rock Holy, plus the single "World War III," all 5/5(1).
  8. Manley Augustus Buchanan (⋆ 19 April in Kingston, Jamaica), is a Jamaican DJ (reggae toasting and early singjay).Big Youth started toasting for a sound system in Inspired by the first toaster who was successfully recorded and released – U-Roy – Big Youth developed his own, unique style. His work with producer Gussie Clarke resulted in 'The Killer' (version of Horace Andy.
  9. The Chanting Dread: Inna Fine Style, Big Youth Star Trek Insurrection [Us Import], Original Soundtrack Machine Stops, Cracked Circuits Poetry Is Black, Last Poets / Kain, Kain On A Story Tellers Night, Magnum.

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