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Leroy Sibbles - Now - Roots Reggae LP

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Leroy Sibbles - Now

Label: Micron Music / Limited Generation
Catalog#:MICCAN 0031
Format:Vinyl, LP
Record is VG ++
Cover has slight ring wear and slight corner wear

Country: Jamaica
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae


A1 Blood In The Streets
A2 Singerman
A3 The System
A4 Be A Man
A5 Situation

B1 Ain't No Love
B2 Rock Me Baby
B3 Baby I Need Your Loving
B4 Praise Fari
B5 Pure Sorrow

Both a wonderful vocalist and fine bassist, Leroy Sibbles initially gained fame as the lead singer for the Heptones. The trio began at Caltone, then became stars when they moved to Studio One in 1966. They were accomplished at both rocksteady and reggae, and Sibbles' wondrously soulful leads and excellent compositions were augmented by his smooth, hypnotic bass lines, which were reproduced on numerous Heptones knockoffs and versions. Unfortunately, a once musically profitable relationship soured, and the Heptones left Studio One under bitter circumstances in 1971. Afterward, Sibbles enjoyed a successful solo career, but retained his bitterness toward Dodd and Studio One. He remained with the Heptones a couple more years, and their 1973 LP, Party Time, was an international reggae favorite. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 20 March, 2010.

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