First reader submission from ‘Void’ who picks a classic entry and a tough, tough album. There is a lot of love for this album and it’s well overdue a re-release as it’s near impossible to find now.
This is about as rich and excellently designed as reggae album covers come. Released in 1976, Clive Hunt (aka Lizzard), captured that rural, shed-production type quality about this album, but the cover is simply magnificent for such an obscure album. I’d be lucky if I were to ever find a copy of this anywhere, but this is an entrancing masterpiece of a cover, and just about as good as they come.
This album was released on Trojan Records in 1976 and the artwork is credited to Norman Beckett.
- Coloured Face
- Jah Jah Bless I
- Milk And Honey
- No Peace
- I Thiopians
- Fight I Down
- Lady Of The Night
- Satta I
Listen to ‘Coloured Face’ by Lizzard:
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