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I Cant Believe It - Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Toots & the Maytals' first LP for Chris Blackwell was originally released in the early '70s, and it includes solid sides like "Pomp and Pride," a whacked-out restructuring of Richard Berry's "Louie, Louie," and the wonderful title track, "Funky Kingston." Blackwell reissued a bulked-up version of Funky Kingston in the mid-'70s on his Mango subsidiary, adding in the immortal "Pressure Drop.
  2. Funky Kingston Lyrics: Everybody, give it to me! Uh! / Hey Hey Hey Hey Hey! / Yeah! Oh yeah / Hey Hey Hey Hey Hey! / I want you to believe every word I say / I want you to believe everything I do / I.
  3. Funky Kingston, Toots and the Maytals’ first release to be distributed by Chris Blackwell ’s Island Records label proved to be a critical triumph. Rock critic Lester Bangs, writing in Stereo Review, described the album as “perfection, the most exciting and diversified set of reggae tunes by a single artist yet released.
  4. Toots and the Maytals ' Funky Kingston is a brilliant reggae album and suitable for both beginners as for experienced listeners. The album was released twice and with so much success that it charted in the Billboard and eventually made it to the Rolling Stone's list of The Greatest Albums of All Time. gram audiophile vinyl.
  5. The album is incredible and that goes without saying, Toots and The Maytals established the reggae/ska genre just as much as, if not more than Bob Marley. Pressure Drop is one of the best songs of all time and the main reason I bought the album and it sounds even better and more authentic on Vinyl/5(50).
  6. Product Description. Funky Kingston by Toots & The Maytals urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo By , rock audiences were finally getting heavily into reggae, thanks to the success of Bob Marley's first two albums and Jimmy Cliff's soundtrack for The Harder They Come. Funky Kingston, a collection of early '70s Maytals singles, was released to capitalize on the newfound demand for Jamaican sounds, and it did not /5(62).
  7. Label variant: appears identical to Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston save that "Marketed by B & C Records" appears at bottom of labels. Came in Trojan inner sleeve with “16 Great Reggae Albums” on one side and “Win A Holiday For Two In Jamaica” on the other, referencing competition entry, draw and travel dates and on which “This Is Reggae Music, B&C Records Limted, 37 Soho /5(3).
  8. Album Description. Toots & the Maytals' first LP for Chris Blackwell was originally released in the early '70s, and it includes solid sides like "Pomp and Pride," a whacked-out restructuring of Richard Berry's "Louie, Louie," and the wonderful title track, "Funky Kingston.".
  9. Vinyl LP reissue of this album by Toots & The Maytals. It was their first album produced by Chris Blackwell (head of Island Records). The better known US version is a compilation of the original Funky Kingston and their second album, In the Dark/5(61).

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