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Tribute to Joseph 'Culture' Hill

Tribute to Joseph 'Culture' Hill

Tribute to Joseph 'Culture' Hill

By Camille Monchicourt on Tuesday, September 4, 2007 - 1 comment

Irie Ites and Mafia and Fluxy present a new riddim on a classic Culture's song.


Down In Jamaica riddim flyer

The labels Irie Ites and Mafia & Fluxy present a tribute to Joseph Hill, the lead singer of Culture died on August 19th 2006, with this serie on the Down In Jamaica riddim, a Culture's song released on Cumbolo album in 1979.

Played by the guitar / drum duo Mafia & Fluxy and the saxophonist Dean Fraser, it will be available in October with five 7" on the french label Irie Ites records and five others on the english label Mafia & Fluxy Music.

Irie Ites Records :

Sugar Roy & Conrad Crystal - Good Sensi
Chezidek - Bad Out Deh
Lutan Fyah - Bad Traffic
Perfect - Light This Joint
Keefaz & Baby G – On Y Croit Encore

Mafia & Fluxy Music :

Cornell Campbell - Lickie Lickie
Glen Washington - I Couldn't Do That
Ras Mc Bean - We Never Tell Them
Tanya Stephens - I'm Not Proud
George Nooks - Break Of Day


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Video: Sugar Roy and Conrad Crystal - Down In Jamaica (2007 - Irie Ites)

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Posted by ROCHER on 09.29.2010
Joe HILL was for me the best reggae singer i've never seen.I've seen him in Abidjan(Cote d'Ivoire)in september 2005 and he dedicaced my CD ONE STONE.
He've said that he would come back in 2006 but he died.
Joe HILL i would love you for ever,you were strong!!!

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