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Black Sounds of Freedom

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Download links and information about Black Sounds of Freedom by Black Uhuru. This album was released in 1981 and it belongs to Reggae, Roots Reggae, Dub genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 01:58:15 minutes.

Artist: Black Uhuru
Release date: 1981
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae, Dub
Tracks: 34
Duration: 01:58:15
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I Love King Selassie 4:36
2. Satan Army Band 3:01
3. Time to Unite 3:03
4. Natural Mystic 3:09
5. Eden Out Deh 3:30
6. Love Crisis 3:13
7. African Love 3:38
8. Hard Ground 3:02
9. Willow Tree 2:57
10. Sorry for the Man 4:02
11. Eden Dub 4:09
12. Mystic Mix 3:36
13. His Imperial Majesty 3:43
14. Weeping Willow 4:09
15. Bad Girls Dub 3:24
16. Tonight Is the Night 3:54
17. Firehouse Special 3:02
18. African Culture 3:44
19. Crisis Dub 3:45
20. Sound Man Style 3:26
21. Crisis for Love 3:13
22. Satan Army Band 3:02
23. Tonight Is the Night to Unite 3:06
24. Eden Out Deh 3:29
25. Sorry for the Man 4:07
26. Love You Girl 3:02
27. I Love King Selassie 4:39
28. King of All Time 3:09
29. Natural Mystic 3:06
30. Hard Ground 3:02
31. Crocodile Style 2:51
32. African Love 3:41
33. Ride Into Zion 3:52
34. Willow Tree 2:53

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Formed in 1974, Black Uhuru had been recording singles exclusively when the trio joined forces with the highly regarded reggae producer Prince Jammy for their debut album, Black Sounds of Freedom (originally released in a different mix and with the title Love Crisis). Although not quite in a class with subsequent treasures like 1981's Red and 1982's Chill Out, this engaging date (which Shanachie reissued on CD in 1990) has all of Uhuru's trademarks: haunting themes, addictive grooves, and deeply spiritual lyrics based on the Rastafarian faith. Longtime followers of the group (whose 1977 lineup included Michael Rose, Errol Nelson, and original member Duckie Simpson) will be more than familiar with such heartfelt classics as "I Love King Selassie," "African Love," and "Satan Army Band." These songs point to the fact that in 1977, Uhuru were well on their way to becoming the reggae powerhouse they would be in the '80s. [In 2009 the Greensleeves label released a Deluxe Edition of Black Sounds of Freedom with Prince Jammy’s dub mix of the album added to the first disc along with an extra disc featuring the entire Love Crisis album. Raw and without any overdubs, the Love Crisis mixes of these songs will be a revelation for most fans but the set doesn’t stop there, as it adds some versions from DJ U Black plus remastered sound for the whole package.]