Album Heart of the Congos. Out of Africa comes the Congo man! Bongo Ashanti! Congo Ashanti! Bongo Ashanti! Congo Ashanti! Congo a Bongo! Bongo Ashanti!
album has been described as "the most consistently brilliant album of Scratch's entire career". Perry's previous productions by Max Romeo and Junior Murvin had been huge commercial successes thanks to a deal with Island Records, but Perry was in dispute with Island at the time the Congos' album was finished, so it was released on his own Black Ark label, limiting its success overseas, and causing a rift with the group. The Congos went their. In 2008, The Congos appeared in the independent feature film, Wah Do Dem which captures them performing "Fisherman," and "Congoman Chant," under a full moon at Helshire Beach outside Kingston.
Album: Heart Of The Congos. Download The Congos - Congoman. Heart Of The Congos: Best 2 songs. The Congos - Congoman 06:15. The Congos - Bring The Mackaback 04:04. Album: Heart Of The Congos. The Congos: best 2 tracks. The Congos - Congoman Heart Of The Congos, 2017 06:15. The Congos - Bring The Mackaback Heart Of The Congos, 2017 04:04.
Every track on the original album is worthy of classic status, and all presented the group and their songs in the best possible light. But beyond the Congos' superb songs and performance, the superb musicianship, and the exceptional vocal talents, it's Perry's arrangements that brought these numbers to life.
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Artists are given on front-sleeve as "The Congos" Cedric Myton & Roy Johnson. Center-labels have the title as "Heart Of The Congo". Center-labels offer slightly different spelling of some titles: A5: La-La-Bam Ba B1: Cant Come In. Black vertical bars on cover. Matrix, Runout (A-Side): LP-4049-A.
Album · 1976 · 10 Songs. Though 1977’s Heart of the Congos is, arguably, the quintessential roots reggae album, its breathtaking innovations transcend genre limitations. Reggae had little precedent for the high, crystalline vocals of Cedric Myton and Ashanti Roy, much less Watty Burnett’s splendid rasping baritone. Tunes like Congoman are built around the pulse of a primitive rhythm box, but it’s embellished with a bassline that still sounds audaciously futuristic. On Fisherman, they paint a subtle portrait of Jamaican life while imparting a sense of overwhelming spiritual grandeur.