More Reggae for Kids


More Reggae for Kids by Sanctuary Records at Your Free Album. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 14 TRACKS: 1) Gregory Isaacs - Day O 2) Mystic Revealers - Hush Daddy's Baby 3) Yvad - Children Of The World 4) Bunny Wailer - Didn't You Know 5) Charlie Chaplin - Rasta Row The Boat Ashore 6) Freddie McGregor - Big Ship 7) Various Artists - What About The Children 8) Freddie McGregor - One Love 9) Don Carlos - Hello Goodbye 10) Roots Radics - Reggae For Kids 11) Brigadier Jerry - Smart, Smart, Smart 12) Steven McGregor - School Done Rule 13) Yami Bolo - Raindrops; I Can See Clearly Now 14) JC L


More Reggae for Kids by Sanctuary Records
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14 TRACKS: 1) Gregory Isaacs - Day O 2) Mystic Revealers - Hush Daddy's Baby 3) Yvad - Children Of The World 4) Bunny Wailer - Didn't You Know 5) Charlie Chaplin - Rasta Row The Boat Ashore 6) Freddie McGregor - Big Ship 7) Various Artists - What About The Children 8) Freddie McGregor - One Love 9) Don Carlos - Hello Goodbye 10) Roots Radics - Reggae For Kids 11) Brigadier Jerry - Smart, Smart, Smart 12) Steven McGregor - School Done Rule 13) Yami Bolo - Raindrops; I Can See Clearly Now 14) JC Lodge - What The Worlds Needs Now Few if any musical genres remain that haven't met with attempts at kiddification, but it's a safe bet that reggae was among the first to be frittered down, and it must have been the first to spill from the speakers of Playskool boomboxes with anything resembling listener satisfaction. It's by far the most readily translatable, as 1993's bright and bouncy Reggae for Kids proved best, and its sequel, "More Reggae," turns up a fresh, if more dogma-heavy, batch of easily converted songs. The same gang of straight-outta-Kingston players steps up to perform them, too. Gregory Isaacs dips into "Day-O," Freddie McGregor stoops to send the message of "One Love," J.C. Lodge reminds us "What the World Needs Now," and Don Carlos gives the hey mon salute to the Beatles with "Hello Goodbye." Bunny Wailer and Brigadier Jerry also return, and a few originals--"Big Ship," "What About the Children," "School Done Rule"--get kids right with issues like tolerance, the environment, and the value of education. --Tammy La Gorce

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Manufacturer:
Sanctuary Records
Category:
Dance Hall
Release Date:
1997-09-23
UPC:
021823323220
EAN:
0060768986428
Artist:
Reggae for Kids
Publisher:
Sanctuary Records
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.22 pounds
Item Size:
5.75 x 0.5 x 5 inches
Package Weight:
0.25 pounds
Package Size:
4.7 x 0.5 x 5.6 inches

 


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