The conceptual adventure that became a compilation, RED GOLD GREEN & BLUE calls on the black cream of Jamaican artistry, generations of talent spanning decades. Completing a circle, the classic American blues songs performed here, bring out an intriguing tonality in this record’s top-notch selection of already flavorful voices, familiar and brand new. This modern anthology throws down a creative challenge: how will today’s great Jamaican artists, themselves descendants of captured Africans, reinterpret African-American blues songs written and sung by artists who are effectively their own long-lost family?

The conceptual adventure that became a compilation, RED GOLD GREEN & BLUE calls on the black cream of Jamaican artistry, generations of talent spanning decades. Completing a circle, the classic American blues songs performed here, bring out an intriguing tonality in this record’s top-notch selection of already flavorful voices, familiar and brand new. This modern anthology throws down a creative challenge: how will today’s great Jamaican artists, themselves descendants of captured Africans, reinterpret African-American blues songs written and sung by artists who are effectively their own long-lost family?

4050538472943
Red Gold Green & Blue [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMEN
Genre: Reggae
Rel. Date: 07/12/2019
UPC: 4050538472943

Red Gold Green & Blue [LP]
Artist: Various Artists
Format: Vinyl
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The conceptual adventure that became a compilation, RED GOLD GREEN & BLUE calls on the black cream of Jamaican artistry, generations of talent spanning decades. Completing a circle, the classic American blues songs performed here, bring out an intriguing tonality in this record’s top-notch selection of already flavorful voices, familiar and brand new. This modern anthology throws down a creative challenge: how will today’s great Jamaican artists, themselves descendants of captured Africans, reinterpret African-American blues songs written and sung by artists who are effectively their own long-lost family?