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Black Woman & Child [Bonus Tracks] *
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Give Them the Ride
Love Is Divine
Make It Secure
Blackwoman & Child
Guide Over Us
Oh What a Joy
Babylon a Use Dem Brain
No Time to Gaze
Give Them the Ride – (Morgan Heritage Mix, remix)
Too Much to Bare
Do Good Everytime – (bonus track)
Nice Day – (bonus track)
- Personnel: Sizzla (vocals); E. Wilks, D. Browne (guitar); D. Fraser, (saxophone, background vocals); Saxie (saxophone); Nambo (trombone); P. Enton (piano, keyboards, bass, drums); B. Ohare, Jazzwad (keyboards, bass, drums); D. Dennis, B. Myers (keyboards, bass); P. Crossdale (keyboards); Robert Shakespeare (bass); M. Miller, Sly Dunbar, Paul (drums); Bongo Herman, Dish (congas); M. Gitten, D. Browne (background vocals).
- Producers: Bobby Digital Dixon, The Crew For Digital B Music LTD.
- Recorded at Digital B Studio, Kingston, Jamaica.
- Personnel: Ernie Wilks (guitar); Dan Fraser (saxophone, background vocals); Saxie (saxophone); Nambo (trombone); P. Enton (piano, keyboards, drums); B. O’Hare, Jazzwad (keyboards, drums); D. Dennis, B. Myers, Paul Crossdale (keyboards); M. Miller, Sly Dunbar (drums); Dish, Bongo Herman (congas); D. Browne, Marie Twiggi Gittens (background vocals).
- Liner Note Author: Balford Henry.
- Recording information: Digital B Studio, Kingston 20, Jamaica (1997).
- Arranger: Bobby “Digital” Dixon.
- Whether accounts of his outspoken, controversial sociopolitical pronouncements are exaggeration or even pure rumor, they perfectly encapsulate the quality that has made Sizzla such a sensation in the Jamaican dancehall. His is an uncompromising millenarian vision more akin to the urgent roots style made famous by Burning Spear, Black Uhuru and Bob Marley than any of his deejay contemporaries. BLACK WOMAN & CHILD is compiled and produced by the original Bobby Digital, (the Jamaican producer who oversaw Buju’s re-birth as a conscious deejay on TIL SHILOH, not RZA’s alter ego). More than any other album, it represents the style and the songs which assured Sizzla his cult status among devotees of “conscious” music.
Professional Reviews: Mojo (Publisher) (p.54) – Ranked #99 in Mojo’s “100 Modern Classics” — “No question, the reggae album of MOJO’s lifetime.”
Mojo (Publisher) (8/02, p.78) – Included in Mojo’s 50 Greatest Reggae Albums – “…It remains one of his most fully realised works…”
Format: CD (1 Disc); Stereo
Guest Artist: Robbie Shakespeare; Sly Dunbar; Capleton
Release Date: 1 January, 2002
Label: Universal Music Distribution
Dimensions: 12.1 × 14.6 × 1.3 centimeters (0.09 kg)