Jah Thomas / Midnight Rock Crew - Jump Around FLAC album
Jah Thomas was an important figure on the Jamaican music scene during both the roots era of the '70s and the subsequent dancehall decade of the '80s. Besides releasing several DJ sides of his own in the latter half of the '70s, Thomas also came into his own as one of the island's top producers for . .
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Nkrumah "Jah" Thomas (b. 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay and record producer who first came to prominence in the 1970s, later setting up his own Midnight Rock and Nura labels. Named Nkrumah after Ghanaian nationalist leader Kwame Nkrumah, he adopted the stage name Jah Thomas and began deejaying in the mid-1970s, working with producers such as Alvin Ranglin, who released his single "Midnight Rock", which topped the Jamaican chart in 1976.
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Jah Thomas: Midnight Rock. A40 - Triston Palma, Jah Thomas, Ranking Joe, Robert French, Anthony Johnson. Classic, one original copy, like mint.
General 007 - Jah Thomas. Movements Of Jah - Barry Brown. Palaving Spree - Ranking. Steal Away Girl - Sugar Minott. The first in a new series from Roots Records, bringing in guest compilers to pick the choice sounds from the Hit Sound and Midnight Rock catalogue. First up is the legendary Barry Ashworth from The Dub Pistols, picking artists like Anthony Johnson, King Tubby, Barry Brown and Jah Thomas. For fans of Soul Jazz, Blood & Fire and Greensleeves Records.
The Roots Radics were the ultimate reggae studio group in the early dancehall era. They appeared on thousands of recordings, impeccably tailoring their rhythms for the producers who used them. This is a collection of their work with one of their earliest champions Jah Thomas of Midnight Rock. Recorded at the legendary Channel One Studio, these dubs, mixed by the finest engineers in Jamaica, including King Tubby and Scientist, appeared for the large part as B sides of singles and album tracks. They are gathered together for the first time, along with two previously unreleased cuts.
Triston Palmer Meets Jah Thomas Inna Disco Style (1996) Munich/Majestic. Born Naked (1997) I&I Foundation. On The Attack Blue Mountain. Spliff Tail Black Solidarity. Triston Palma Meets Michael Palmer Midnight Rock (with Michael Palmer). Two Roads (2000) Easy Star. The Rough Guide to Reggae (1997) World Music Network. Melissa" (1982) JR 7". "My Father Love" Vasco 7".
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