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Black Slavery Days (2003, Vinyl) - Discogs
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2003 Vinyl release of "Black Slavery Days" on Discogs.

Black Slavery Days - Black Slavery Days - Music
    Black slavery days is a essential roots collection from the 1980's. Horn soaked rhythms with massive dubs. Chant down Babylon with crucial collection of songs.Jah love.5/5(1)

Black Slavery Days by Various Artists (Compilation, Roots ...
    Black Slavery Days, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in 1981 on Clappers (catalog no. CLPS 1982; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Roots Reggae, Reggae.3.8/5(13)

Various-Reggae & Ska Black Slavery Days US vinyl LP album ...
    VARIOUS Black Slavery Days (Rare 1980 US 10-track LP compilation of deep & dubby sufferers-style Roots on Clappers Records, originally recorded in 1975 & starring his Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie, Augustus Pablo! This is a lovely one ownercopy that has spent all its life in the UK.

American Black History: Slaves Speak 1932-1975 by Various ...
    Jan 01, 2008 · Check out American Black History: Slaves Speak 1932-1975 by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on

Albums - Slavery Days — Burning Spear
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Jack Ruby (record producer) - Wikipedia
    Various Artists - Black Slavery Days (The Sound of St. Ann's) (recorded 1975, released 1981) Various Artists - Jack Ruby Hi Fi (1981) Various Artists - Jack Ruby Presents the Black Foundation (compilation of 1970s recordings) King Tubby & Errol Thompson - The Black Foundation in Dub (dubs of the above album) Donovan World Power (1987) Donovan Banzani (1988)

30 Days of Black Music: Joi x Various Artists 'Freedom'
    30 Days of Musical Blackness With VSB, Day 19: Joi, 'Freedom' x Various Artists, 'Freedom'. Since today is Juneteenth (in celebration of June 19, 1865, the day the slaves in Texas learned they were freed), I decided to drop a two-fer in the name of freedom.

Various Artists - RECORD STORE DAY
    David Axelrod — Everything Counts. The Blackbyrds — Funky Junkie. Johnny Hammond — Shifting Gears. Side B: Roger Glenn — Don’t Leave. 24-Carat Black — 24-Carat Black (Theme) Merl Saunders — Righteousness. Funk, Inc. — Goodbye, So Long. Tweet.

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