Frankie Paul has had some great album covers (especially in the early 1980s), but this is probably our favorite of the lot – probably because of the jacket, we’d love one like that.
This cover was created by Orville ‘Bagga’ Case – who, as well as being a Jamaican graphic designer, was also a singer and musician. Orville ‘Bagga’ Case was probably most notable for the album covers that he did for producers like Prince Jammy, and singers like Pablo Moses.
This album appeared on Volcano records and was produced by Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes, and featured the Roots Radics band. The album itself is a classic Frankie Paul Dancehall vocal album and features two of his biggest ever hits, ‘Worries In The Dance’ and ‘Kushumpeng’. Well worth checking out.
A1 Hot Number
A2 Curfew In The Dance
A3 Worries In The Dance
A4 The Prophet
A5 I’ll Never Forget
B1 Them A Talk Bout
B3 I Wouldn’t Mind
B5 Don’t Worry Yourself
Listen to ‘Kushumpeng’ by Frankie Paul: