Dennis Brown - Visions album
Redirected from Visions (Dennis Brown album)). Visions of Dennis Brown is a 1978 reggae album by Dennis Brown. The album was the first to come out of Brown's second stint with producer Joe Gibbs, with whom he would have his breakthrough international success, and the album played a major part in establishing the dominant position of both Brown and Gibbs in late 1970s reggae.
Dennis Brown had been recording for nearly a decade by the time he teamed up with producer Joe Gibbs to cut the remarkable Visions of Dennis Brown in 1978. Brown had scored hits with nearly every notable Jamaican producer, including Cement Coxsone Dodd, Winston Niney the Observer Holness, Alvin Ranglin, and a host of others. Brown’s silken voice, relaxed delivery, and righteous lyricism won him a level of esteem among Jamaicans second only to that afforded Bob Marley himself
Visions is every bit as compelling as Words Of Wisdom. Brown's voice here is straight, unaffected, and profoundly soulful. Never one to sing silly love songs or use music as an escape from the asphyxia of everyday life, Brown touches on a broad range of experience in "Deliverance Will Come," "Oh Mother," "Love Me Always," "Concrete Castle Kings," "Repatriation," and "Milk And Honey"-always honing in on illuminating truths and rendering them beautifully human. I really like Dennis Brown so it's a shame that this classic album was terribly remastered. It sure doesn't sound remastered: This sounds bright & hard & I couldn't listen to it for more than a few seconds since it hurt my ears. Don't waste your time with this awful sounding CD!
Visions of Dennis Brown - Студийный альбом от Dennis Brown. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:06:02. Jah Can Do It. 03:07. Concrete Castle King. Say What You Say. 02:38. Delivrance Will Come. 03:09.
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The album was the first to come out of Brown's second stint with producer Joe Gibbs, with whom he would have his breakthrough international success, and the album played a major part in establishing the dominant position of both Brown and Gibbs in late 1970s reggae. The album mixes roots reggae themes such as economic hardship, African oppression, religion, and politics, with lovers rock material ("Love Me Always") and a cover version of Ray Charles' "This Little Girl of Mine"
1. Deliverance Will Come. Listen to Visions Of Dennis Brown in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
|1||Deliverance Will Come|
|3||Love Me Always|
|4||Concrete Castle King|
|7||Jah Can Do It|
|8||Milk And Honey|
|9||Stay At Home|
|10||Say What You Say|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 16351 44022 8
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE USA BY L&M ⌷SHENT44002/B⌷S2⌷
- Label Code: LC 5762
|LIP7||Dennis Brown||Visions Of Dennis Brown (LP)||Lightning Records||LIP7||UK||1978|
|LAS L4||Dennis Brown||Visions (LP, Album)||Laser||LAS L4||UK||1978|
|Shanachie 44002||Dennis Brown||Visions (Cass, Album, RE)||Shanachie||Shanachie 44002||US||1988|
|RGLP 015, JGM 1016||Dennis Brown||Visions Of Dennis Brown (LP, RE)||Rocky One, Crazy Joe||RGLP 015, JGM 1016||US||Unknown|
|TT 23||Dennis Brown||Visions Of Dennis Brown (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||N°1||TT 23||Unknown|