Toots the maytals funky kingston country road


James Sheppard's legacy includes the composing of rock 'n' roll's first song cycle . Writing songs for both the Heartbeats and Shep and the Limelites, he tells the story of going home to his girl, with twists along the way, getting married, and celebrating their anniversary. The songs that told this story were " A Thousand Miles Away ", "500 Miles to Go", both with the Heartbeats; and then "Daddy's Home", "Three Steps from the Altar," "Our Anniversary", and "What Did Daddy Do?" for Shep and the Limelites. [6]

Loose, funky, exuberant, Kingston is the quintessential document of Jamaica's greatest act after Bob Marley. Showcasing some of the Maytals ' best songs ("Pressure Drop" and borrowing from soul, pop and gospel, the album introduced the world to the great Toots Hibbert.

Born out of a love for the golden era of recorded jazz, this sax and guitar led quintet takes a crate dig though the blue note records back catalog. Expect heavy swing and Latin tunes from Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Grant Green, and Clifford Jordan.

3) Sunburn - Yes we all love the sun, but it doesn't love us back, wear sunscreen so your festival isn't ruined on the first day.

Bob Marley and the Wailers: Catch A Fire, Survival, Uprising, Exodus, Natty Dread, Burnin’, Rastaman Vibration, Kaya. Abyssinians: Satta-Massagana


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