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Reggae Anthology: Joe Gibbs - Scorchers from the Mighty Two


Download links and information about Reggae Anthology: Joe Gibbs - Scorchers from the Mighty Two. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Reggae, World Music genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:35:55 minutes.

Release date: 2008
Genre: Reggae, World Music
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:35:55
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No. Title Length
1. Two Sevens Clash (Culture) 3:25
2. Money In My Pocket / Cool Runnings (Dennis Brown, Prince Mohammed) 8:08
3. Officially / One X One (Lloyd Parks) 6:09
4. Babylon Too Rough (Gregory Isaacs) 2:55
5. Cool Out Son (Junior Murvin) 3:17
6. Boxing Around (Cornell Campbell) 4:09
7. I’m Still In Love With You (Marcia Aitken) 3:42
8. Loving Pauper / Judgement Time (The Trinity, Ruddy Thomas) 6:19
9. Just Like a River (The Mighty Diamonds) 2:58
10. No Competition (Freddie McGregor) 3:17
11. Left With a Broken Heart (George Nooks) 2:58
12. Heart and Soul (Junior Byles) 3:02
13. No Man’s Land (Cornell Campbell) 2:42
14. Ina Jah Children (Dhaima) 4:11
15. Su Su Pon Rasta / Heavy Manners (Dolphin) 6:23
16. Funeral (Prince Alla) 3:05
17. Jah Golden Pen (Sylford Walker) 3:23
18. I’m a Natty (Jacob Miller) 2:59
19. Rockers a Nuh Crackers (Glen Washington) 3:21
20. Ghetto Girl (Dennis Brown) 2:59
21. Jah Bring I Joy In the Morning (Bobby Melody) 3:55
22. Burn Babylon (Sylford Walker) 3:20
23. See Them a Come / Natty Pass Him G.C.E. (Culture, Shorty The President) 6:17
24. Tribal War (George Nooks) 3:50
25. Identity (The Mighty Diamonds) 3:18
26. Stop Picking On Me (Max Romeo) 2:34
27. Rent Man (Black Uhuru) 3:15
28. Almighty I (Dennis Walks) 3:20
29. Keep On Knocking (Jacob Miller) 2:42
30. My Woman (Barrington Levy) 2:54
31. Virgin Girl (Eek - A - Mouse) 3:30
32. Hello Carol (Enos McLeod) 3:19
33. Rope In (Cornell Campbell) 3:12
34. When I Think of You (Ruddy Thomas) 6:13
35. Good to Be There (Chalice) 3:14
36. Heavy Waist Line (Tyrone Taylor) 2:41
37. My Princess (Sammy Dread) 3:18
38. Uptown Top Ranking (Althea & Donna) 3:49
39. Love Has Found It’s Way (Dennis Brown) 4:22
40. Someone Loves You Honey / One Time Daughter (Prince Mohammed, J. C. Lodge) 7:30



Joe Gibbs’ most famous production was unquestionably the thunderous Two Sevens Clash, an apocalyptic Old Testament-quoting anthem that reflected the social and political turmoil wracking Jamaica in the latter half of the ‘70s. The Mighty Diamonds clearly modeled their epochal Right Time on that album's incendiary blend of harmony and politics, while British punk outfit the Clash, named themselves after it. It’s hardly surprising that this well-assembled if less than comprehensive collection of Gibbs’ best work should open with this deathless tune, but the variety of rarities and classics contained herein comes as a pleasant surprise. While era-defining tunes like George Nooks’ slow burning “Tribal War” and Althea and Donna’s dancehall-wrecking “Uptown Top Ranking” make their expected appearances, it’s the inclusion of relatively obscure tunes like Gregory Isaacs overlooked “Babylon Too Tough,” Cornell Campbell’s heart-stopping “Rope In” and DJ Trinity’s take on the classic “Loving Pauper” that make this set a truly essential reminder of Gibbs incomparable talents as a producer.