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Anthony Johnson - Reggae Feelings


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Format: LP, RE, 180

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    UK  
Genre:       Reggae
Style:         Roots Reggae

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Anthony Johnson's album "Reggae Feelings" is a true gem within the reggae genre, released in 1983. This album exemplifies the rich cultural tapestry of reggae music and showcases Johnson's remarkable vocal talents and songwriting prowess. The album's title track, "Reggae Feelings," sets the tone with its infectious rhythm and Johnson's soulful vocals, capturing the essence of reggae's ability to convey emotions through music. The album seamlessly weaves together a variety of reggae styles, from lovers rock to dancehall, reflecting the genre's versatility and Johnson's ability to connect with audiences across different musical tastes.

With tracks like "Gunshot" and "Tribulation," Johnson delves into socially conscious themes, addressing issues such as violence and hardship, while his sweet and soothing voice provides a counterbalance, offering hope and unity. The album's production, led by the legendary Henry "Junjo" Lawes, is a testament to the roots of reggae's golden era, featuring top-tier musicians and a tight rhythm section that forms the backbone of the album's irresistible grooves. "Reggae Feelings" resonates as an album that not only captures the spirit of its time but continues to captivate listeners with its timeless melodies, meaningful lyrics, and the palpable authenticity of Anthony Johnson's delivery, making it an essential addition to any reggae aficionado's collection.






A1. Fussing & Fighting
A2. Run Too Much
A3. Natty Dread Come In A Dance
A4. Baby Your Loving
A5. Reggae Feelings
B1. Dread Locks
B2. Mother Mother
B3. Loving You
B4. Settle Down
B5. Sitting Everyday


Phonographic Copyright (p) Burning Sounds Recordings Ltd.
Copyright (c) Burning Sounds Recordings Ltd.
Recorded At Channel One Recording Studio
Mixed At King Tubby's Studio

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