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08 March 14
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Booost album Booost
05 November 13
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Fusion Square Garden Album V
28 October 13
Back after 5 years with a new album V. The 12 track album was inaugurated in Mühle Hunziken on 19. october and the band plan to bring their music back on stage!
Positiv Band album Never Know
27 October 13
Recorded between Geneva, Paris and Kingston, this album is an explosive melting pot of roots, reggae, jazz and rock. Featuring the Faya Horns and the legendary drummer Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace !
Nitty Kutchie keeps promise
21 August 05
Nitty Kutchie had promised positive music. And he's done just that on his new album.
Nitty Kutchie had promised positive music. And he's done just that on his newly released debut album, Jah Deliver Me. The 16-track set, put out by the US-based production company Flava Squad Entertainment Inc, is a testament to the renaissance of the one-drop phenomenon which should make it appealing to reggae lovers young and old.
The artiste, born Andrew Reid in the parish of Westmoreland, has crafted a product that makes a statement of inspiration with each cut in the progressive tradition of perhaps his most famous parishioner, Peter Tosh.

Nitty Kutchie's range as a singer and relevance as an artiste are tested and proven with flying colours on this album on which he has a lot to say about perennial issues such as self-reliance, black pride and marijuana.

An ode to lyrical potency and call for upright living, Jah Deliver Me opens with an intro that should have been extended. After a few fleeting bars of the haunting Nyahbinghi chant, So Long Rastafari Call You, Nitty Kutchie segues into the first track, Holding On, which should have you bouncing and dancing.

The following track, Wise Up, is no less catchy. However, it is deeply reflective and instructive with a call to prudence and expedience.

On High Grade, the 35-year-old former member of the Scare Dem Crew tells of the value he sees in marijuana, preceding Shorty, the only girl's tune on the set.

Next he celebrates the virtues of his mother with Mama before launching into the title track that utilises the familiar horns and bassline of Alton Ellis' Breaking Up. However, the honesty of the music remains true, even with the change of lyrics.

..Oh my Lord you have delivered me,
yeah, and set me free.
Jah deliver me from the evil ones,
in Jah Jah Kingdom that's where I belong...
Yes, Ethiopia here I come
and no more will I man roam.

Jah lifted me up, never let me down,
no... and now I'm standing on a higher ground.
Was lost in the wilderness and now I'm found,
now that I have found Jah my life has turned around...

There are nine other engaging tracks on the album that is aptly named because of the messages it conveys, touching certain topics which are no laughing matter.

Got To Be Strong, When You Have Jah, Free Up, and Spread It Around are all pleasing to the ears.

And that's the strength of Jah Deliver Me. Despite the socially potent nature of the tunes, it's easy listening - the kind of set that you can enjoy the first time you hear it. It's a must for your treasured album collection.
Posted by: Hacki
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