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Abortion - Black Uhuru - Black Uhuru (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Abortion - Black Uhuru - Black Uhuru (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • Babar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tear It Up - Black Uhuru on AllMusic - - A strong live date, though an overly familiar.
  • Nekora says:
    I just happened upon this LP from Black Uhuru in the stack of LPs waiting to be entered and brought upstairs and I’m sure there will be more that should be spotlighted! Black Uhuru are a Jamaican reggae group formed in , initially as Uhuru (Swahili for ‘freedom’).
  • Majind says:
    Showcase, a compilation of their early singles (“Abortion,” “General Penitentiary,” “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” etc.), is an unqualified classic. The album was reissued by Virgin () as Black Uhuru and by Heartbeat () as Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Sinsemilla firmly established Uhuru as an album act. The record delivers a level of consistency only Bob Marley himself had achieved.
  • Kazigrel says:
    Abortion, abortion. You got to have caution. You got to have caution. Due a minor strain of contraceptive blood vessel bursts in their brain. Oh what a shame! Oh what a strain! To see my black sisters going down the drain. Abortion, abortion. You got to have caution. Abortion, abortion.
  • Akinolmaran says:
    Jul 16,  · After the death of Bob Marley in May , it seemed the biggest Jamaican reggae band in contention as his successor could be Black Uhuru. There was certainly a lot of their fine and sometimes fiery music about. The previous years had seen release of a self-titled collection of early singles which included new songs alongside some of their 45rpm classics: the broody Guess Who's Coming to.
  • Sanos says:
    Black Uhuru, an Album by Black Uhuru. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. CDVX ; CD). Genres: Roots Reggae. 5 Abortion. 6 Natural Reggae Beat. 7 Plastic Vinyl LP Black Rose / /5(6).
  • Akicage says:
    Abortion Black Uhuru. Produced by Sly & Robbie. Album Showcase. Abortion Lyrics [Intro] First degree murder! [Chorus:] Abortion, abortion You got to have caution Abortion, abortion.
  • Kizragore says:
    Re-packaged and re-released as "Black Sounds Of Freedom" for the U.S. market, this album featured a singer named Michael Rose who left the band immediately after recording this album. Too bad, because this is one of finest reggae albums I have heard and Black Uhuru /5(13).
  • Grocage says:
    Most of the songs on this live LP date back to Black Uhuru's early days and, as a result, may not be familiar to American fans who discovered the group via its most recent studio albums on Island. "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," for example, is a version of a tune that was a hit for lead singer Michael Rose in , and "King Selassie" dates.

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