Freitag, 23. August 2019

Sister Nancy - One Two (1982)

"One, Two" is a 1982 album by Sister Nancy. A great album and well worth investigating – one of the defining DJ albums for the 1980s that you really should have in your collection if you are a Reggae and Dancehall fan. Full of great 80s dancehall rhythms.

For those that don’t know, Sister Nancy was born Ophlin Russell-Myers as is widely recognised as the first serious dancehall DJ – she is also the sister of dancehall pioneer Brigadier Jerry. Sister Nancy is most famous for her song ‘Bam Bam’ that features on this album which stills gets dropped in dancehalls today to huge forwards.

The album was originally released in 1982 on Techniques Records (produced by Winston Riley) with the album artwork that you see above, and was then re-released in 1999 on CD (again on Techniques Records) with a far inferior album cover with a strangely 80s feel to it. (see below)

Sister Nancy is still playing life, had the chance to see her last October on stage.


One Two
I Am A Geddion
Ain’t No Stopping Nancy
Gwan A School
Coward Of The Country
Bam Bam
Transport Connection
Pegion Rock
Roof Over Mi Head
Only Woman Dj With Degree

Sister Nancy - One Two (1982)
(ca. 224 kbps, cover art included)

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Anonym hat gesagt…

Download this if you do not have it. Old school reggae classic

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