Silver Camel took the chance on a new band that was showing lots of promise. The music was new, progressive, and very well arranged. In short Kamel was excited to be working with Mindlinkk. A couple of 12in discos were released, an album had been recorded, now presumably lost due to the studio going out of business and the master? Who knows what happened to it. More..
Gregory Isaacs, the Cool Ruler, ruled the dancehall with his unique voice and delivery style. Whether it was Lovers Rock, Roots, or a social commentary, the voice and the commitment behind the lyrics hit home with his legions of fans.Sorely missed, the Cool Ruler left a lagacy of great music. Here are two tracks but there are many more for you, the listener, to discover.Enjoy. More..
Barry Brown had a very distinct voice and often recorded deep roots and social observations that were always very poular. BB had his finger on the pulse of the Jamaican community and was always a featured artist on the decks of the sound systems.Jah Thomas produced this track to promote peace among the political factions that were indeed dividing the island. More..
This album is here as an archive marker in Silver Camels catalog.Also to provide the details of the production of this particular LP.After Silver Camel parted ways with Daddy Kools the company started looking around for music to release to follow up on the 12in Disco 45s releases.Al Campbell presented a few tapes of music he had produced at Channel One and King Tubbys... More..