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8 thoughts on “ Golden Skank - Various - The Hudson Affair - Keith Hudson And Friends (CD)

  1. Nitaur
    Setting out with Ken Boothe's great OLD FASHION WAY from , THE HUDSON AFFAIR takes in early reggae classics from singers like Delroy Wilson, Alton Ellis, Horace Andy, and a virtual who's-who of foundation DJs, including Dennis Alcapone, Big Youth, U Roy and I Roy.
  2. Daisho
    Like You Going To A Fair, You’re Still A Little Girl, It Was When Friends Started To Talk About You, I Don’t Know You, 1. More albums from Keith Hudson: Imbidimts Furnace by Keith Hudson. Brand by Keith Hudson. Brand (Pressure Sounds 54) Pick A Dub (Reissue ) Tuff Gong Encounter Entering the Dragon Keith.
  3. Dajar
    Keith Hudson discography and songs: Music profile for Keith Hudson, born Genres: Dub, Roots Reggae, Reggae. Albums include Playing It Cool & Playing It Right, Pick a Dub, and Flesh of My Skin: Blood of My Blood.
  4. Vozuru
    Various Artists - Hudson Affair: Keith Hudson And Friends music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  5. Nikolkis
    Keith Hudson's death in (he was only 38) robbed reggae of one of its most complex, innovative, and woefully underappreciated nozzmindsickplagbobelcattsutavixisvo.coinfo a writer, singer, and producer, Hudson had a dark and maverick vision that led to him being labeled "the Dark Prince of Reggae," and he was in many ways the artistic flip side to Bob Marley, although the two shared the same essential views on matters of 9/
  6. Nikogore
    Maurice Keith Hudson was born on June 13, to Robert Hudson and Ann Pearl Robison. His parents were of English descent. He is the father to Angela, Katheryn, and David Hudson. He and his wife Mary are Pentecostal pastors.
  7. Voodootaur
    Keith Hudson aka the "Dark Prince of Reggae" ( – 14 November ), was a Jamaican reggae artist and record producer.. He is known for his influence on the Dub movement.
  8. Vugor
    Jan 11,  · THE HUDSON AFFAIR: This is an excellent retrospective of Keith Hudson's production work between the late sixties and middle seventies. Featuring more than 50 prime reggae cuts along with first-class packaging and sleeve notes, this has to be considered the definitive Hudson collection - although to be honest, there's not much competition out there.5/5(6).

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