Jah Thomas - Tribute To Reggae King Bob N. Marley album
Nkrumah "Jah" Thomas (b. 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay and record producer who first came to prominence in the 1970s, later setting up his own Midnight Rock and Nura labels. Named Nkrumah after Ghanaian nationalist leader Kwame Nkrumah, he adopted the stage name Jah Thomas and began deejaying in the mid-1970s, working with producers such as Alvin Ranglin, who released his single "Midnight Rock", which topped the Jamaican chart in 1976.
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Well this a tribute to the late great Bob Marley He left us on the 11th of may, 1981 So I'm going to tell it to each and everyone To make him understand, hey. Me wake up Monday morning on the 11th of May Me hear a news flash, mi say around-a midday And this-a was a what the announcer say That the great Bob Marley pass away Say the great Bob Marley pass away And Bob Marley was the king fi reggae
Reggae Tribute to Bob Marley.
|A1||Keep On Dancing|
|A2||Tribute To Reggae King|
|A3||You No Hear|
|A4||Advice From A Doctor|
|A5||Feeding Of The 5000|
|B2||Get A Girl Tonight|
|B3||Push Lady Push|
|B4||Happy Birthday To You|
- Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio
- Recorded At – King Tubby's Studio
- Mixed At – Channel One Recording Studio
- Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
- Published By – Midnight Rock Music
- Printed By – Rema Reproductions Ltd.
- Bass – Errol (Flabba Holt)*
- Drums – Style Scott
- Engineer – Barnabas, King Tubby, Scientist
- Horns – Deadly Headly*, D. Frazer*, Namba*
- Lead Guitar – Dwite*, Sowell
- Organ – Winston Wright
- Percussion – Sky Juice
- Producer – Nkrumah Jah Thomas*
- Rhythm Guitar – Bingy Bunny
NotesRhythm Tracks laid at Channel One Studio
Voiced and mixed at Channel One and King Tubby's Studio
|none||Jah Thomas||Tribute To Reggae King Bob N. Marley (LP, Album)||Gorgon Records||none||Jamaica||1981|