Isaacs, Gregory: Roxy Theatre 1982

Isaacs, Gregory SKU: 35980124
Isaacs, Gregory: Roxy Theatre 1982

Isaacs, Gregory: Roxy Theatre 1982

Isaacs, Gregory SKU: 35980124

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Roxy Theatre 1982
Artist: Isaacs, Gregory
Label: Cleopatra
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889466085116
Genre: Reggae

Limited double vinyl LP pressing from reggae legend Gregory Isaacs blowing the roof off of Hollywood's Roxy Theatre with the help of a superstar backing band The Roots Radics. Features some of Cool Ruler's best-loved tunes including "Slave Master," "My Number One," "Soon Forward," "Top Ten" and more. Gregory Isaacs was one of the most influential reggae musicians of all time. Milo Miles, writing in The New York Times, described Isaacs as "the most exquisite vocalist in reggae". In 2016, it was announced that the Jamaican government would posthumously award Isaacs the Order of Distinction (Officer Class) in recognition of his contribution to the country's music.

1.1 Tune in
1.2 Mr. Brown
1.3 Storm
1.4 Slave Master
1.5 My Number One
1.6 Sunday Morning
1.7 Soon Forward
1.8 Top Ten
1.9 Poor and Clean
2.1 Oh What a Feeling
2.2 If You See My Mary
2.3 Substitute
2.4 Love Is Overdue
2.5 Front Door
2.6 The Border
2.7 Party in the Slum
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