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Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Deep Nyabinghi drumming and chanting on a version of the Ethiopian national anthem gets things underway on Slave Call, a majestic journey through the spiritual roots of reggae. Later songs add guitars, bass, keyboards, and horns to build a more standard reggae sound on that foundation, but there's always a dignified restraint and the profundity of the nyabinghi beat. The entire album revolves around Leonard Dillon's Rastafarian beliefs, with even the cover of the Beatles' "Let It Be" rewritten to a religious end.
Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Deep Nyabinghi drumming and chanting on a version of the Ethiopian national anthem gets things underway on Slave Call, a majestic journey through the spiritual roots of reggae. Later songs add guitars, bass, keyboards, and horns to build a more standard reggae sound on that foundation, but there's always a dignified restraint and the profundity of the nyabinghi beat. The entire album revolves around Leonard Dillon's Rastafarian beliefs, with even the cover of the Beatles' "Let It Be" rewritten to a religious end.
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Slave Call [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Org) (Hol)
Artist: Ethiopians
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Deep Nyabinghi drumming and chanting on a version of the Ethiopian national anthem gets things underway on Slave Call, a majestic journey through the spiritual roots of reggae. Later songs add guitars, bass, keyboards, and horns to build a more standard reggae sound on that foundation, but there's always a dignified restraint and the profundity of the nyabinghi beat. The entire album revolves around Leonard Dillon's Rastafarian beliefs, with even the cover of the Beatles' "Let It Be" rewritten to a religious end.
        
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