Say Natty - Various - Natty Dread Sampler - Spécial Dub Plates (CD)

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  1. Dread, Natty Dread now, (Natty Dread) Dreadlock Congo Bongo I. (Natty Dread) Natty Dreadlock in a Babylon: (Natty Dread) A dreadlock Congo Bongo I. (Natty Dread) Eh! Children get your culture (Natty Dreadlock) And don't stay there and gesture, a-ah, (Natty Dreadlock) Or the battle will be hotter (Natty Dreadlock) And you won't get no supper.
  2. Dread, Natty Dread now (Natty Dread) Dreadlock Congo Bongo I (Natty Dread) Natty Dreadlock in a Babylon (Natty Dread) A dreadlock Congo Bongo I (Natty Dread) Eh! Children get your culture (Natty Dreadlock) And don't stay there and gesture, a-ah (Natty Dreadlock) Or the battle will be hotter (Natty Dreadlock) And you won't get no supper (Natty Dreadlock) Natty Dread, Natty Dread, now (Natty.
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  4. Oct 26,  · And ’s Natty Dread proved for all time the possi-bilities of the genre. Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingstone (later Wailer) had just departed from Marley’s band; Marley brought in a passel of.
  5. Stream Natty Dread by Various artists and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample).
  6. In choosing to record Bob Marley's classic reggae album Natty Dread track-for-track in an instrumental jazz style, eight-string guitarist Charlie Hunter opened himself up for skepticism. Yet an idea that looked questionable in theory would prove stellar in practice, as Hunter turned Natty Dread-- with the songs sequenced exactly as they were on Marley's original release -- into one of the.
  7. Lively Up Yourself, CD mixes different. Natty Dread is a spiritually charged political and social statement. It opens with a blues-influenced celebration of the Rastafari movement, "Lively Up Yourself" Inaccurate. "Lively Up Yourself" is a good-time track celebrating dancing, reggae and sex. Will change.
  8. Jul 19,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Natty Dread, Part II · Lt. Stitchie Lt. Stitchie Anthology B.C., Vol. 2 ℗ Drum & Bass Music and .

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