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Sugar Daddy

Michigan & Smiley (ミシガン アンド スマイリー)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
:
3004
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
:
Ras
オリジナル盤発売年
:
1983
フォーマット
:
CD
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Roots Radics(Multi Instruments),  Doctor Dread(Producer),  Oswald Palmer(Engineer),  RAS Records(Producer),  General Smiley(Group Member),  Papa Michigan(Group Member)

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Michigan & Smiley are reggae's best toaster duo. Their voices are similar enough to make their unison lines flow, yet there is enough difference to make their separate verbal improvisations effective. There are some strident social and message tracks among the 10 on this album, including Pass It To The Church, The System, Blackness Awareness and Give The Children A Helping Hand. Here We Go Again mixes political, comedic, and religious themes, while the title track, A Who? and Queen Of The Minstrel aren't quite as specific in their targeting, but are prime examples of their wordplay and slick blending of sung and spoken lines. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

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  • 01. Sugar Daddy (03:51)
  • 02. Who? (03:43)
  • 03. Pass It to the Church (04:02)
  • 04. System (03:16)
  • 05. What a Life (03:50)
  • 06. Blackness Awareness (03:51)
  • 07. Whole Wide World Is a Ghetto (03:48)
  • 08. Give the Children a Helping Hand (03:41)
  • 09. Queen of the Minstrel (03:36)
  • 10. Here We Go Again (03:58)

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Michigan & Smiley

Papa Michigan (born Anthony Fairclough) and General Smiley (born Erroll Bennett) were among the first dual-toasters on the Jamaican scene. Beginning in the late '70s while still in school, the humorous duo (Smiley got his name because he never smiles) scored immediately with Rub a Dub Style and Nice up the Dance, two ubiquitous songs on the dancehall circuit. One Love Jam Down became a popular ant

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