Vinyl LP pressing. Cornell Campbell's I Man A The Stall-A-Watt collects 13 tracks on one vinyl LP, highlighting the singer's prominence in the golden era of reggae from the early 70s to early 80s. The title is a boast from the early soundclash era when many of Campbell's tracks, here produced primarily by Bunny Lee, would play first on King Tubby's Home Town Hi-Fi in Jamaica. The songs run the range from clash-ready standards like "Mash You Down" and "The Gorgon" to cultural commentaries like "Jah Jah Me Horn Yah" and "Bandulu" to a lover's masterpiece, "The Investigator," which leads off the set. Stretching into the early 80s, the collection includes two originals that would spawn countless reinterpretations, "Rope In" and "Boxing Around."
Vinyl LP pressing. Cornell Campbell's I Man A The Stall-A-Watt collects 13 tracks on one vinyl LP, highlighting the singer's prominence in the golden era of reggae from the early 70s to early 80s. The title is a boast from the early soundclash era when many of Campbell's tracks, here produced primarily by Bunny Lee, would play first on King Tubby's Home Town Hi-Fi in Jamaica. The songs run the range from clash-ready standards like "Mash You Down" and "The Gorgon" to cultural commentaries like "Jah Jah Me Horn Yah" and "Bandulu" to a lover's masterpiece, "The Investigator," which leads off the set. Stretching into the early 80s, the collection includes two originals that would spawn countless reinterpretations, "Rope In" and "Boxing Around."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: VP
Rel. Date: 09/06/2019
UPC: 054645422116

I Man A The Stal-a-watt
Artist: Cornell Campbell
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Cornell Campbell's I Man A The Stall-A-Watt collects 13 tracks on one vinyl LP, highlighting the singer's prominence in the golden era of reggae from the early 70s to early 80s. The title is a boast from the early soundclash era when many of Campbell's tracks, here produced primarily by Bunny Lee, would play first on King Tubby's Home Town Hi-Fi in Jamaica. The songs run the range from clash-ready standards like "Mash You Down" and "The Gorgon" to cultural commentaries like "Jah Jah Me Horn Yah" and "Bandulu" to a lover's masterpiece, "The Investigator," which leads off the set. Stretching into the early 80s, the collection includes two originals that would spawn countless reinterpretations, "Rope In" and "Boxing Around."