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Linval Thompson - Train To Zion Dub FLAC album


Performer: Linval Thompson
Genre: Reggae
Title: Train To Zion Dub
Country: Jamaica
Released: 1981
Style: Reggae, Dub
Label: Tuff Gong
FLAC version ZIP size: 2525 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2002 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1525 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 010

Tracklist

1Savalamar Rock
Vocals [Featuring] – Ranking Trevor
2Have A Dread Lock Woman
3Love You Black Lady
4Only Jah Can Solve It
Vocals [Featuring] – Ranking Trevor
5Trip To Holy Mount Zion
6Train To Zion
7No Confusion
8Never Have A Problem
9Money Problem
Vocals [Featuring] – Wayne Jarrett
10Dread On The Go

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneLinval Thompson Train To Zion Dub ‎(LP, Album)Tuff GongnoneJamaica1981
noneLinval Thompson - Wayne Jarrett - Ranking Trevor Linval Thompson - Wayne Jarrett - Ranking Trevor - Train To Zion Dub ‎(LP, Album, RP)Tuff GongnoneJamaicaUnknown
noneLinval Thompson Train To Zion Dub ‎(LP, Album, RP)Tuff GongnoneJamaica1981

Credits

  • BassFamilyman, Robbie Shakespeare
  • Design [Cover Design]Neville Garrick
  • DrumsHorse Mouth Wallace, Sly Dunbar
  • EngineerBunny, Ernest
  • GuitarChinna
  • KeyboardsAnsel Collins
  • Mixed ByJammy
  • PercussionSkully, Sky Juice
  • ProducerColin (Old) Oldham
  • Written-ByLinval Thompson

Notes

Recorded at Channel One Studio. Mixed at King Tubby's. Publisher Tuff Gong Music. Distributed by Tuff Gong International, 56 Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): D.S.R.-2330 - A - D.T - Tuff Gong .
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): D.S.R- 2331 -B- DT Tuff Gong

Companies

  • Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio
  • Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
  • Published By – Tuff Gong Music
  • Printed By – Stephensons Litho Press Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Tuff Gong International

Video

Goldfury
A worthy release on the mighty Tuff Gong label. Linval Thompson's smooth and smokey vocals make the standout tracks on this album, 'Trip To Holy Mount Zion' and 'No Confusion' being the highlights. Wayne Jarrett's 'Money Problem' is the longest track and gets a bit tiresome after a while. Familiar rhythms laid down by the cream of Jamaica's session players. A nice laid back feel to the album as a whole - not a standout album but quality music all the same time.