One of a handful of singers that straddled the divide between the late roots phase and the emerging dancehall style, Barry Brown was gifted with a distinctive high tenor that rendered his voice immediately recognisable, making a lasting impression whenever heard. His lyrics had wit, grit, and feeling, since he often spoke of the harsh realities of Jamaican ghetto life, and equally addressed the aspirations of its inhabitants and the good times they enjoyed, frequently emphasising the irresistible pull of a sound system dance in his recorded work.
Originally released in the early '80s.
A1 A Love You So A2 Get Them Out A3 Come On Natty Roots Man A4 Youth Of The Ghetto A5 Reggae Music
B1 Stand Firm B2 Too Squeely B3 Running Star B4 Masses Of The People B5 In The Community
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