Category: Rock


  1. Mazujas says:
    Dub From The Roots ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Culture Press: France: Sell This Version: Ken Boothe: You Are No Good / Not For Sale Johnny Clarke: Crazy Baldheads Barry Brown.
  2. Dokasa says:
    2) Johnny Clarke - Peace In The Ghetto 3) Barry Brown - Better For I 4) Johnny Clarke - Rastafari 5) Barry Brown - No Concentration 6) Johnny Clarke - We Are Africans 7) Johnny Clarke - Fight For Money 8) Barry Brown - Hold Them Rootsman 9) Johnny Clarke - The Wise And Foolish 10) Barry Brown - Jah Jah Lead Us 11) Johnny Clarke - Crazy Baldhead.
  3. Voodoolar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Barry Brown & Johnny Clarke - Sings Roots & Culture at Discogs. Complete your Barry Brown & Johnny Clarke collection/5(23).
  4. Mojind says:
    Compilation of Bunny Lee produced tracks from the 70's with the original titles of tracks often changed. Title on the sleeve spine and on the central label appear as "Fatman Presents Johnny Clarke And Barry Brown Sings Roots And Culture". Tracklist on the back sleeve is printed as each artist appears on one side but actually they alternate/5(16).
  5. Akinokasa says:
    Barry Brown & Johnny Clarke sings roots & culture Barry Brown & Johnny Clarke Barry Brown & Johnny Clarke - Crazy Baldhead man- Johnny Clarke (Vocal) Crazy Baldhead riddim Track B1 - Crazy baldhead Rastaman Vibration Bob Marley & The Wailers Bob.
  6. Voodoorn says:
    Chase them crazy bunkheads - Chase them crazy baldheads out of the town! Now here comes the conman, Coming with his con plan. We won't take no bribe; We've got to stay alive. We gonna chase those crazy - We gonna chase those crazy - Chase those crazy baldheads - out of the town. Chase those crazy - Chase those crazy baldheads - out of the town.
  7. Mebar says:
    Jah Lyrics: Reggae Archives provides the most accurate Reggae lyrics on the web. Search through the website to find your favourite artists and their reggae lyrics, biblical references and albums.
  8. Malarn says:
    Self-released Digital single (Review by Steve Shafer) The Equators, of course, are the all-Black Birmingham-based ska band that pre-dated The Beat, opted to sign with Stiff R.
  9. Ketilar says:
    Give a listen to Authorized Version, and one is almost tempted to sympathize with the poor Front Line gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo Johnny Clarke continuously tore up the Jamaican charts, where his diversity didn't faze fans, audiences abroad were less understanding. Perhaps if Front Line had insisted that the artist pick one road and stick to it, things would've turned out differently.

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