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The Gladiators - A True Rastaman [[draft]] Album

The Gladiators - A True Rastaman [[draft]] Album

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Performer: The Gladiators
Title: A True Rastaman [[draft]]
Country: France
Released: 1992
Style: Roots Reggae
Category: Reggae
Rating: 4.6
Catalog #: 109632
Label: Musidisc

Tracklist

1Every Moment 3:39
2Sea Breeze3:38
3Giddie Head3:37
4Let's Face It 3:36
5One Way Ticket 3:29
6South Africa 3:33
7Think Twice (A Wise Saying)3:37
8A True Rastaman 3:36
9Heart On Fire 3:42
10No Rice And Peas 3:45


Notes

Produced By: Albert Griffiths
All Songs Written And Arranged By: Albert Griffiths
Assistant Arranger: Leroy Wallace
Recorded @ Leggos Rec. Studio Kingston Jamaica
Recording Engineer: G. Bravo
Mixing Engineer: Oswald Palmer Alias Trunny
Assistant: G. Bravo
Executive Producer: Antoine Olivier
Cover Artwork: Roy Harris
Design: Liliane Meynard

Bass: Chris Meredith, Errol Flabaholt (From Roots Radics)
Drums: Leroy "Horse Mouth" Wallace
Lead Guitar: Brian Silverman
Rhythm Guitar: Albert Griffiths , Brian Silverman
Organ: Lloyd Denton
Piano: Brian Silverman , Lloyd Denton
Strings: Aston "Family Man" Barrett (From The Wailers), Lloyd Denton , Robbie Lyn , Keith Sterling
Pluck Guitar:Aston "Family Man" Barrett
Percussions: Bongo Herman , Leroy "Horse Mouth" Wallace
Sax: Dean Fraser
Trombone: Mambo
Trumpet: David Madden
Lead Vocals: Albert Griffiths
Backing Vocals: Shearon Forester

℗ 1992 MUSIDISC


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 3 229261 096325
  • Price Code: MU 760
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Pressing Plant ID (On CD face): Made in France by MPO
  • Matrix / Runout: MCD 109632 MPO 01 @@@ 9


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Musidisc
  • Made By – MPO


Album

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