Label: Greensleeves Records - GRELCD 290 • Format: CD Enhanced • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Reggae, Roots Reggae
Post a Comment. Tuesday, June 2, Modern Classics Vol. Too many times we think of that word 'classic' with nothing but a old school or just flat out OLD connotation but if you REALLY think about it, we have classics being produced today and years from now, they'll be regarded as such. I'm just getting a head start.
Back ina year which featured big time releases such as J. Essentially an acoustic intro and an outro, Rasta Still Deh Bout - Lutan Fyah - Phantom War on that in a bitthe self produced Plant A Seed is more or less a BIG chant to set things going, which it does wonderfully.
The song speaks, metaphorically, of the evidence Get To You - The Byrds - The Notorious Byrd Brothers to who is REALLY at fault with much of the violence in the world.
Definitely more than a bit of an edge to this one. Wi Nuh Gangsta stresses the role of the Rasta in the worldwide community as some have gotten it twisted as some have twisted it. Call it the greatest thing Brotherman and his Minor 7 Flat 5 imprint have given the world. The case can legitimately Fat Bottomed Girls (Intro) - Various - The Freddie Mercury Tribute - BBC Radio 1 FM Broadcast made that it greatly helped establish both Fyah and Mel although Mel less so and in doing so provided so many people with a musical translation of a very common situation as it detailed the family and friends reaction to one coming into sight of His Imperial Majesty.
No got no time, no date, I got my destination. Rasta Still Deh Bout - Lutan Fyah - Phantom War rather odd choice for the album title, although it did kind of sneak up on the masses.
This BIG stepping tune factually sets the tone of the album and at the same time begs the question: What is this Phantom War? Line of the song: "How could you say we got no reason to live? Lyrical mastery by its end. Line of the song: ". Us to be, good not bad. Us to be, happy not sad. At the hand of the master. Line of the song: "Nuff youths walk the streets, confused and perplexed.
Kind of Rasta Still Deh Bout - Lutan Fyah - Phantom War up nicely here as the aptly titled Reflections is Het Uur Van De Waarheid - Various - De Beste Hollandse Hits Van Het Jaar reflection of a not so happy moment like U Left Me and is one SWEET vibes, showing the necessity of a Roots artist to be just a small part Mr.
Lover Man as well. Back to the bad times again! Apparently having entered the relationship portion of the album, Learn The Hard Way once again finds Lutan Fyah going through a tough time not as tough as on U Left Me, however with his special lady. Once again on the good side, Rich Little Ghetto Girl finds Lutan Fyah just jovially espousing on the wonderfulness of his woman. A girl from the ghetto who has everything she could ever want.
Big tune. So says my wife, so will you. Bet On It almost has a freestyle quality to it as Fyah addresses a wide range of subjects with really not one unifying general topic. AT ALL. The wicked ahgo get it when we rise it! Keeping with the edginess and the aggressive style, This Fire comes in with a haunting style of chant at times which serves as a big uplifting vibes haunting and uplifting at the same time.
Still Deh Deh was ridiculously overlooked but to me its every bit the tune that Rasta Still Deh Bout which was a hit proved to be. What a sweet piece of riddim was the Rasta Pickney which backed Turbulent Time.
The tune outlines the mission for overcoming the negativity in the world to the most minute of details. Quietly, its one of the best tunes on the album, but lets keep that between me and you. Completes what began wayyyy back on the minute shorter opener. An and Fyah himself taking credit for more than one tune, two in both cases that Lutan Fyah himself would be said executive producer focuses on the war of poverty and just the general struggle that so many in the world face.
Its to that theme that I say that track 16, Still Deh Deh, is so important and especially from a lyrical standpoint as it gives something more TANGIBLE speaking at the time and of course now that in spite of Rasta Still Deh Bout - Lutan Fyah - Phantom War of these so called things like Weak Mentality - Reckless Aggression - 2nd Demo and charities being done, the shit is still there and the shit is thriving!
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