A delicious blend of early reggae and rock steady with a hint of early ska. The eleven tracks on the album are a tribute to legendary Jamaican producers like Clancy Eccles, Derrick Harriott and Carl Johnson, to the years 1968-1971, an era when record labels like Pama and Trojan Records were leading. But this record is so much more than a trip down memory lane. Through his extensive production work, Boss Capone knows how to make a record sound the way he envisages, and Patsy's powerful and dynamic voice pushes the record to greater heights. On this album the pair is musically accompanied by the skilled musicians from The Upsessions and saxophonist Tommy Tornado.
A1 Everybody Carnival A2 All You Really Need Is Love A3 Queen Of The World A4 Here Comes The Train A5 Another Heartache A6 I Am The King
B1 Kings & Queens B2 Oh Boy B3 This Feeling Of Love B4 Play The Gamble B5 Voodoo
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