Culture - Baldhead Bridge download album
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Culture's Joe Gibbs-produced sessions of 1976 not only resulted in Two Sevens Clash - they also gave us the excellent Baldhead Bridge. A true reggae classic, Baldhead Bridge points to the fact that Culture was among the most distinctive reggae acts to emerge in the '70s. Although Culture was influenced by Burning Spear, treasures like "Them a Payaka," "Jah Love" and "Love Shines Brighter" point to the fact that Culture's music is quite recognizable itself. The group gets a lot of its sweetness from the northern soul and sweet soul of the '60s.
Tracklist: 1. Them A Pyaka, 2. How Can I Leave Jah, 3. Baldhead Bridge, 4. Behold I Come, 5. Love Shines Brighter, 6. Jah Love, 7. Zion Gate, 8. So Long Babylon A Fool I (And I. 2. How Can I Leave Jah. 5. Love Shines Brighter.
Baldhead Bridge Tracklist.
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Baldhead Bridge is the second album by Jamaican roots reggae band Culture, with Joseph Hill on lead vocals, released on the Shanachie label in 1978 (see 1978 in music). As with the band's debut, Two Sevens Clash, the album was recorded in Kingston at the studio of producer Joe Gibbs, who also produced the album. The band accompanying the trio on this recording was The Professionals, including such reggae luminaries as Sly and Robbie, Tommy McCook and Bobby Ellis. How Can I Leave Jah".
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/160 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Baldhead Bridge.