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Kingston Connexion's killer new single

Kingston Connexion's killer new single

Kingston Connexion's killer new single

By Maral Amiri on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 - Comment

Kingston Connexion label strikes hard again releasing for first time on 7' two Light Of Saba' crucial songs.

Sampler

Kingston Connexion is well-known for keeping up to date crucial roots songs from the 70's as Children Of Israel by John Giscombe and Peace In The City by Abdulkareem in 2006.

The Light of Saba

In the same vein, here are the deepest Thy Kingdom Come and Solitude by Light Of Saba produced and voiced by Philip White in 1978, while he was 18 and leader of the band, after Cedric Brooks departure. Both tunes originally featured on album Sabebe by Light of Saba.
This single is accompanied by Philip White's interview. Featuring on the cover, this one is very interesting to learn more about Light Of Saba's career and his own one. In a word, indispensable!

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