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Various - Joe Gibbs 21st Century Presents All Star Yard Style : Hi Fashion / Just Like A River Volume 1 mp3 album

Various - Joe Gibbs 21st Century Presents All Star Yard Style : Hi Fashion / Just Like A River Volume 1 mp3 album
Performer: Various
Title: Joe Gibbs 21st Century Presents All Star Yard Style : Hi Fashion / Just Like A River Volume 1
Released: 1997
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 812
Formats: AAC WMA AC3 APE VOC ADX AIFF
MP3 size: 1815 mb
FLAC size: 1290 mb

Joe Gibbs born Joel Arthur Gibson (14 October 1942 – 22 February 2008) was a Jamaican reggae producer. Born in Salt Spring, St. James in 1942, Joe Gibbs studied electronics in Cuba and went on to work as an electronic technician for Stone and Webster in Montego Bay. He moved to Kingston where he set up an electrical repair shop in Beeston Street, with television repairs and sales as its main concern. It was in this shop that he first started to sell records.

Album · 2009 · 40 Songs. Just Like a River, El Casino Royale (feat. Unearthed Gold of Rocksteady, Vol. 2. Various Artists. BB Seaton Presents Sunshine Reggae, Vo. Gems from the Treasure Isle (Disc 1). Reggae Anthology: Joe Gibbs - Scorchers from the Mighty Two.

This is a list of the best-selling albums of the 21st century, based on IFPI certification and Nielsen SoundScan sales tracking. The criteria are that the album must have been published (including self-publishing by the artist), and the album must have shipped at least 10 million units starting from January 1, 2001. Units sold include physical copies and shipments.

Some film journalists even think the movie star is a thing of the past. If you can’t find masterpieces amid the blockbuster flotsam, you simply aren’t looking hard enough. Film-making today, whether massively expensive or made with tiny budgets, shot on celluloid or video, is thriving artistically as much as it ever has. But today you’ll find greater diversity in the kinds of films being made, if not in the people who are making them.

We look to fashion for a coherent idea of who we are supposed to be. We look back on fashion to remember the context of the time. We expect fashion to deliver the clear cliche about its era: Victorian crinolines and stuffed shirts, flapper shifts and jazz, Sixties style, sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll. Thanks to technology we already have steel faces in tender hues of pink like rose wine, like flesh, like petals. There will be an increasing vogue for the custom-made; in the US Levi's will make jeans to your own measurements, which arrive weeks later a little too big because you will have forgotten that even custom-made Levi's need to be washed before they can be worn. The next century might bring an increase in the use of boats and waterways, and a corresponding need for waterproof clothes.

Around the dawn of the 21st century, the genre-mashing that we've now come to expect from just about any new act began to take shape, ushering in a new and exciting wave of next generation flag flyers. While some bands improved of the foundation laid down by respective genre icons, tinkering with pieces of it and taking it to new sonic directions, others took the melting pot approach to create some of the most dynamic and unique albums heavy metal has ever had to offer. To qualify for this list, a band must have released their first official full-length album in 2000 or beyond. This allows for bands that formed in the '90s or even released EPs or demo material in the last decade of the 20th century to contend for a spot in this list.

Place your vote on the top 10 list of Best Albums of the 21st Century. Just a funny thing that TWO LP albums are above this experimental masterpiece. Probably people listen to singles first then the album, but Radiohead had taken a giant leap in their musical journey, from art rock to electronic. Using electronics extensively without sounding like EDM. That's what we're missing now in the electronic music industry.

In an age of excess, style reflected the zeitgeist perfectly. The 1980s left a fashion aftershock and parents were left cleaning up stuck-on bathroom hairspray for decades. It was worth it for big bold curly hair, side ponies, man ponies, you name it-they needed extra hold aerosol hair spray. So what good came from the 1980’s fashion trends? While we may never revive some of the classic ‘80s hair, like perms, mullets, or the rat tail, anyone who’s been to an ‘80s themed party or ‘80s night at the dance club, knows the decade of wild fashion and dance music still has a stronghold in our culture and in our hearts.

Tracklist

A1 Jack Radics The Way You Love
A2 Gregory Isaacs One Half Love
A3 Dennis Brown If You Love Me
A4 Frankie Paul Try Again
A5 Satellite Love Jah
A6 Lady Mention No More Chance
B1 Gregory Isaacs So Much Love
B2 Pam Hall All The Love
B3 Horace Andy By Your Side
B4 Dennis Brown Love And Devotion
B5 Satellite To The Foolish
B6 Dean Frazer* / Pam Hall All The Love

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Joe Gibbs Studio
  • Mixed At – Joe Gibbs Studio

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Joe Gibbs
  • Photography By – Monique Simone
  • Producer – Joe Gibbs, Sydney Crooks*

Notes

Side A - High Fashion Riddim
Side B - Just Like A River Riddim
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