This is Sugar Minott’s self-produced 1983 album on Black Roots records (it was also later re-issued on Wackies in 2008).
It’s a great album of classic dancehall vocal cuts with each tracked backed with the dub version. It was released in 1982 on Black Roots Records as a vinyl 10″ record. Volume 1 also had the same cover, with the only difference being it was black and white as opposed to red and white.
I love the simplicity of these types of album sleeves, the two-colour print technique adds a ‘home-made’ feeling to the artwork. Makes it feel more like a the flyers that used to be made for dancehall nights and live events in Jamaica.
- Genuine Lover
- Genuine Dub
- So We Love It
- So We Dub
- Dread A Mi Idren
- Dreadlocks Rock
- Jah Batta – Informer *
- Little John – Tear Down The Dance Hall *
Listen to ‘Genuine Lover’ by Sugar Minott:
Listen to ‘So We Dub it’ by Sugar minott:
- Download it from Amazon.com
- Download it from Amazon.co.uk
- Download it from iTunes [UK]
- Download it from iTunes [US]