Fred Locks (Black Star Liner Rastafari Rules)@ROODOG

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Name:Fred Locks (Black Star Liner Rastafari Rules)@ROODOG

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Fred Locks-The Missing Link(Rastafari Rules-1978) (Size: 106.57 MB) (Files: 29)

 Fred Locks-The Missing Link(Rastafari Rules-1978)

  01.Rastafari Rule.mp3

4.67 MB

  02.Wheat And Tears.mp3

6.80 MB

  03.Hurry Brings Worry.mp3

4.94 MB

  04.I Know.mp3

6.03 MB

  05.Rastaman Time.mp3

4.69 MB

  06.Child Of The King.mp3

5.98 MB

  07.Gun Court Affair.mp3

4.82 MB

  08.The Only One.mp3

5.72 MB

  09.The Only Dub.mp3

5.68 MB

  10.Judge Not.mp3

5.08 MB

  11.The Key Of Life.mp3

4.28 MB

  12.The Key Of Life (Acapella).mp3

4.23 MB


   Fred Locks-The Missing Link(Rastafari Rules).txt

3.05 KB

   Rastafari Rules.jpg

557.39 KB

 Fred Locks-Black Star Liner

  01.Black Star Liners.mp3

3.66 MB

  02.Vision Of Redemption.mp3

4.14 MB

  03.I've Got A Joy.mp3

5.33 MB

  04.Songs Of The Almighty.mp3

3.93 MB


4.19 MB

  06.True Rastaman.mp3

4.94 MB

  07.Don't Let Babylon Use You. .mp3

3.84 MB


4.41 MB

  09.Wolf Wolf.mp3

3.79 MB

  10.Time To Change.mp3

4.03 MB



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   Fred Locks-Black Star Liner.txt

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Fred Locks - Black Star Liner
Record date : 1975
Playlist :
Black Star Liners
Vision Of Redemption
I've Got A Joy
Songs Of The Almighty
True Rastaman
Don't Let Baylon Use You
Wolf Wolf
Time To Change

Engineer : Sylvan Morris & Ernest Hoo Kim & Errol Thompson & Errol Brown
Mixing Engineer : Errol Brown & Pablo Black & Sangie Davis

Arranger : Pablo Black & Sangie Davis & Bagga Walker
Producer : Jahlovemuzik

Vocals : Fred Locks
Backing Vocals : C. McLear & Sangie Davis & Anicia
Drums : Albert Malawi
Bass : Junior Dan & Bagga Walker
Lead Guitar : Rad Bryan & Noel Bailey & Howard Roberts
Rhythm Guitar : Jah Jerry & Sangie Davis
Guitar : Chinna
Horns : Lloyd Kerr & Michael Carroll
Percussions : Albert Malawi
Bongo : Duke Ferron & Little D

Studios :
Recording : Channel One (Kingston, JA) & Randy's (Kingston, JA) & Harry J (Kingston, JA)
Mixing : Treasure Isle (Kingston, JA)

Fred Locks-The Missing Link
Released 2000
Recorded 1978
Was to be released as "Rastafari Rules" in 1979
but was put on hold(see below for full history)
1 Rastafari Rule
2 Wheat and Tears
3 Hurry Brings Worry
4 I Know
5 Rastaman Time
6 Child of the King
7 Gun Court Affair
8 The Only One
9 The Only Dub
10 Judge Not
11 The Key Of Life
12 The Key Of Life (Acapella)

The title of this album refers to a compilation of thoughts and expressions recorded by Fred Locks in 1978 as a follow-up to "Black Star Liner", his classic roots album from the seventies. The singer and his producer Jah "Shoes" Bootie of "Jahlovemuzik Productions" had planned to release these recordings on an album entitled "Rastafari Rules", which was scheduled for 1978. However, it never happened, due to serious problems with the royalties for the "Black Star Liner" album. At that time the artist and the producer didn't get any money for that album. "Vulcan Records" - which released "Black Star Liner" in 1975 - folded and then the various labels that subsequently sold the album to the four corners of the earth did not pay the royalties either. Both Fred Locks and Jah "Shoes" Bootie became that frustated that they put the "Rastafari Rules" project on pause. Thanks to their relationship with VP Records of New York (the company re-released "Black Star Liner" on CD in 1995 and payed a small royalty) the "Rastafari Rules" project was re-activated, however one half of the original recordings had disappeared and the other half had crystallized and could not be restored. The album was given up and considered doomed.
Then the missing half suddenly surfaced in Jamaica, also crystallized due to improper storage and age. Thanks to modern technology and the brilliant skills of Wayne Chin the tapes were salvaged, transferred digitally, and ultimately restored. Several tracks were damaged, including "Key Of Life" of which only the voice, lead guitar. and repeater drums, were saved. The riddim was simulated and redone along with new harmony vocals. Most of the tracks, however, are untouched except for digital remixing. Listening to this roots reggae music, recorded more than two decades ago, one can only confirm that all efforts and hard work to make the release of the "Missing Link" from Fred Locks' repertoire possible, have been truly well worth.

Backed by the same musicians (Bagga Brownie, Steelie, Pablove Back, Malawi, Sangie and the crew), recorded in the same studio (Harry J), by the same producers as the "Black Star Liner" set, "The Missing Link" is an excellent delivery from the youthful Fred Locks. On this 12 track album the singer with the soothing yet spiritually enlightening voice addresses such serious issues as injustice, gun violence and imposters with lyrics like the awesome "Judge Not", the solid "Gun Court Affair" and the impressive "Wheat And Tears" over appealing, original rootsy riddims. Other roots gems on this set are "Rastafari Rule", "Rastaman Time", "Child Of The King", "The Only One" and "The Key Of Life".

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