Keith Poppin - Ina My Home Town album flac
Title: Ina My Home Town
MP3 album: 1881 mb
FLAC album: 1802 mb
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At the age of 17 Keith headed to Kingston to find a vehicle for his talents. In 1968, he formed his own band, The Rocking Horse, and began playing at local clubs and festivals. After a string of singles with The Rocking Horse, Keith's wide vocal range and dynamic studio presence soon earned him the nickname "poppin". He worked with Lloyd Parks in the early seventies, and in 1973 released his first solo single "Same Thing For Breakfast".
A Ina My Home Town B Ina My Home Town (Version). Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd. Distributed By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co.
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Kingston, JA. Record Label. Now performing as 'Keith Poppin,' his bittersweet wail took him to number one again with the underground anthem 'Envious' in 1974, another number one song in Jamaica, and led to the album of the same name released in 1975. Keith continued his string of international hits, with the top five releases 'Why Make Believe' and 'Someday Girl' followed by 'Who Are You' which cracked the top ten in the UK in 1976 and appeared on the 1977 album 'Pop Inn' on the Burning Rockers label
Not one word can describe this statesman from the Foundation and his half century of endurance in Jamaican music. This is the third interview with the humble artist for Reggae-Vibes and is necessary due to his limitless knowledge and vivid memories of the good old days of music making and its makers. Keith, it’s been a few years since you released your last album, Speak Out (2011). What prompted you to dig into the vaults for your new project? Well alright, we want to bring back the music to the people’s minds.
Now performing as ‘Keith Poppin,’ his bittersweet wail took him to number one again with the underground anthem ‘Envious’ in 1974, another number one song in Jamaica, and led to the album of the same name released in 1975. This album was produced by Phil Pratt with Ernest Hookim serving as studio engineer, with arrangements and bass from Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, as well Robbie Shakespeare, drums by Leroy Horsemouth Wallace and Carlton Barrett of the Wailers, keyboards by Ansel Collins and Oswald Ossie Hibbert, with guitar work by Earl Chinna Smith and Rad Bryan.
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- Manufactured By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd.
- Distributed By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd.
- Producer – Wayne Armond
- Written-By – D. Jones*, W. Armond*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DSR 9154-A
- Matrix / Runout: DSR 9155-B