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Jah is my Navigator by Luciano

Jah is my Navigator by Luciano

Jah is my Navigator by Luciano

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Luciano starts well 2008 with his new album Jah Is My Navigator due out for January on VP Records.


Luciano - Jah Is My NavigatorJah Is My Navigator, here’s a reminiscent title album which explains quite well Luciano’s philosophy. Since his first 1993 released album, he spreads only good vibes and had always stayed true to his own singing style and to his convictions. After the great 2006 Child of The King, the Jamaican returns with a fresh new set once again produced by his musical director Dean Fraser due out on February on VP Records. 

Jah Is My Navigator features 15 new healing spirits songs, led by Jah's love. An album full of hope, where he is defending human rights and promotes humanist values. From the powerful title track ‘Jah Is My Navigator’ written by Tarrus Riley to ‘I'm The Tuffest’ featuring Andrew Tosh, Peter's son, The Messenger who is surrounded by the new singers generation, sings true roots reggae music. With ‘Sweet Jamaica’ - not to confuse with 2006 ‘Sweet Jamaica’ on Hold Tight riddim - on Pass The Kutchie riddim recut, he signs a true anthem for Jamaica.

"It’s sad to know that a country that produce so many great prophets, messengers and proper role models is going down in such darkness"

This is a point of view that we share in our article about Billboard US 2007 results. With ‘Darkness’, we can gauge hopelessness of a man who has always spread messages of Love, who consistently defends his ideas for a better world, without guns and wars.

"Just a man, it’s all I have to be, to leave in peace, that’s was my plan…"

Paradise Last’ is an original acoustic song in duet with his female choir singer. One guitar, two voices and the result is an affecting love song.

"You’re the man, the only man who can make me feel complete so strong and silent."

When a woman sings that… How can you resist?

A positive album including tracks as ‘No Evil’ and ‘Sweet Jamaica’ which will probably become hits on the coming months.

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Posted by on 01.13.2008
This is a great album.

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