Category Archives: DEFAULT

9 Comments on " Gone Already - Twinkle Brothers - Praise Jah (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • Label: Virgin - LP #FL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae Twinkle Brothers - Praise Jah (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(4).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Praise Jah on Discogs/5(16).
  • The Twinkle Brothers - Praise Jah [Vinyl] - Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Twinkle Brothers Format: Gone Already ( Digital Remaster) Gone Already ( Digital Remaster) Not Available
  • The Twinkle Brothers* = トゥインクル・ブラザーズ* - Praise Jah = プレイズ・ジャー ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin UICY, UICY /5(7).
  • The Twinkle Brothers* = トゥインクル・ブラザーズ* The Twinkle Brothers* = トゥインクル・ブラザーズ* - Praise Jah = プレイズ・ジャー ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin: UICY, UICY Japan: Sell This Version/5(37).
  • The second of the Twinkle Brothers' three albums for Virgin's Front Line subsidiary has been somewhat overlooked in reggae literature. Yes, Countrymen is a bit more consistent, but Praise Jah is hardly any less enjoyable, offering as it does such roots classics as the title track, the extremely dread rockers anthem "Jahoviah," "Dread in the Ghetto," and the gorgeous "King Pharoah," which.
  • at the time this album was released the twinkle brothers had already been operating for around eighteen years. admirable in itself, more so that they are still in existence, albeit in a radically different form. the period whilst signed to front line records appears to have been that of most exposure, generally, in the uk, and it is from this /5(16).
  • Nov 10,  · The odd choice of releasing it as a 10″ LP raised quite a few peoples eye brows in the record stores but it soon got released as a 12″ release with a couple of more songs added to the playlist, but now on Normans own Twinkle imprint. The second album on Virgin Frontline was ‘Praise Jah.
  • This album is originally the first album that the Twinkle Brothers released. I am in love with the full album. What a marvellous sound! 'Give Rasta Praise has a groovy Reggae beat and nice chants such as "keep cool like cucumber" and "father of all iration, supreme over every nation".Of course the intention is to praise Jah Rastafari.A bit faster comes the beat of 'Natty Dread Up Town'.