King Jammy's Ina Waterhouse Style & Fashion Pt 2

The golden age of dancehall, from the mid-eighties to the early nineties, was ruled over by the dominating force of Lloyd James aka King Jammy. From his one-room studio in the infamous ghetto of Waterhouse Jammy created computerized music that changed the entire course of reggae. The dancehall phenomenon was born in Jammy’s studio in Waterhouse, exploded, and scattered its seeds wildly to the many corners of the earth where it propagated urban musical forms to come. The music featured here is authentic dancehall – soundbwoy tunes & lovers.


1. Intro
2. Pad Anthony – By Show Down
3. Conroy Smith – Sugar Me
4. Sugar Minott – Conscious Lover
5. Banana Man – Musical Murder
6. Nitty Gritty – Butter Bread
7. Echo Minott – Trouble Nobody
8. Super Black – One Time Girlfriend
9. Gregory Isaacs – The Ruler
10. King Kong – Can’t Ride Computer
11. Wayne Smith – Like A Dragon
12. Nitty Gritty – Rub A Dub Kill You
13. Admiral Bailey – Mi Ah The Danger
14. Robert Lee – Love Me Stylee
15. Johnny Osbourne – Chain Robbery
16. King Jammy – Chain Robbery Version
17. Frankie Paul – Ready For Your Loving
18. Tullo T – None A Dat
19. Tonto Irie – General A General
20. Wayne Smith – My Sweet Love
21. King Jammy – My Sweet Love Version


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