From Howard J:
When I played a lot of vinyl back in the late 80's, I used to display my LP Collection in highly organized stacks, from back to front with the current rotations of the day. Inevitably, one LP would sit in front, in display mode for my entire collection, just as they did at the record shops to showcase what was playing. For many reasons, this album jacket was the crown of my collection, more so than any other LP, and when it was in the display position, somehow, all was right in the world.
My early recollections of the track General include tales of Kab,
whom I believe helped propagate Ini Kamoze throughout Orlando. I can
totally picture it now; General blaring through the sound system,
pouring out like thunder, a dreadful, roots wall of sound that shook the floor boards of
the Juda Seal, and reverberated throughout his neighborhood.
The best Reggae Music radiates with a certain cool charisma, a Rasta Magnetisms, that we have all no doubt felt and been drawn too. Ini Kamoze's GENERAL completely captures that magnetism.
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