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Legacy - Michael Rose - Big Sound Frontline (CD, Album)

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  1. Samura
    Michael Rose (born 11 July ), is a Grammy award winning reggae singer from Jamaica. Possessing a wide-ranged voice, initially modeled on Dennis Brown 's style, Rose would regularly meet up in Kingston in the '70s with singers, musicians, writers and producers such as Winston 'Niney' Holness with whom he cut his first successful songs.
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  2. Nikokasa
    Heartbeat Records is an independent record label based in Burlington, Massachusetts. The label specializes in Jamaican music.. Founded by reggae music enthusiasts Bill Nowlin and Duncan Brown, the label's first release was a vinyl LP reissue of Linton Kwesi Johnson's Dread Beat an' Blood (). In , Chris Wilson was hired as VP of A&R and the label began their association with Studio One.
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  3. Akinotaur
    Listen to music from Michael Rose. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Michael Rose.
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  4. Shakajinn
    Michael Rose Featuring Maxi Priest - Dance Wicked / Lion In The Jungle (Remix EP) ‎ (CD, EP Michael Rose - Big Sound Frontline ‎ (CD, Album) Heartbeat Records (2) HB US: Sell This Version: Sig Various: Various - Respond ‎.
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  5. Dougore
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Big Sound Frontline - Michael Rose on AllMusic - /
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  6. Grolrajas
    Michael Rose had a profound effect on the sound of the group. With his distinctive voice and his powerful, self-penned reality themes, Black Uhuru were to eventually become the Reggae supergroup of the 80's after joining forces with Sly & Robbie and releasing hit-singles like "Shine Eye Gal", "General Penitentiary" or "Plastic Smile" on the.
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  7. Malagal
    View all records by Michael Rose for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
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  8. Tanris
    The album created quite a firestorm, as it included two classic Uhuru songs, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” and “I Love King Selassie.” A dub counterpart of the album also appeared, Big Sound Frontline. Rose also moved into production and launched three labels, Grammy Rose, Ruff Roze, and Imaj, as homes for his own music and productions.
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