Errol Holt - Visions Of Africa album
Tracklist: 1. My Heart Is In Danger, 2. A You Lick Me First, 3. Red Eye, 4. I Am Not A King, 5. Pure Sorrow, 6. Sufferation, 7. Innocent Man, 8. Congo Dread, 9. Jah Will Provide, 10. We Are In The Mood.
Vision Of Africa (LP, Album). DDLP 102. UK. Unknown. Errol "Flabba" Holt - Easy Niah Man - 1978.
Queendom Fall Original production by Errol "Flabba Holt" Carter. If you like Visions Of Africa (Lp album), you may also like: Long Time Traveller by Jeb Loy Nichols. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Mar 7, 2017. Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix - Overdubbed by Sly & Robbie, Prince Alla, Megative, Pato Irie, Treson, Screechy Dan. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Feb 6, 2018.
Errol Holt – Vision Of Africa. Label: Original Music – OMLP038. Tracklist on back cover is incorrect : Side 1 1. Vision Of Africa 2. My Brethrene 3. jah Light 4. Happiness 5. Fly Your Dreads Side 2 1. Jamaica Peace Treaty 2. Easy Niah Man 3. Ethiopa 4. Babylon Queendom 5. Queendom Fall. Infos On back cover : Produced by Dread & Dread Recorded at Randys Channel 1 an Joe Gibbs Studios Engineer P. Kelly & P Jammy Music Revolution an Soul Cyndicate Band Distributed by Dread an Dread 4598258. Vision Of Africa (CDr, Album, RE). Original Music.
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Errol Flabba Holt is one of the living legends in the history of reggae music. Besides being a singer in his own right, he was a member of The Morwells and the creator of many of the most recognized basslines ever created in reggae music. He played with the most renowned Jamaican artists, from Gregory Isaacs to Dennis Brown, Triston Palmer, Michael Prophet, Freddie McGregor, Barrington Levy, Israel Vibration, Yellowman and many others. Errol Holt’s cover of Delroy Wilson’s I Am Not A King was released in 1978, while Babylon Queendom is a track from the 1978 album Visions Of Africa, which was produced by Neville Beckford aka Jah Woosh. The A. Smith Jr produced single Don’t Tell A Man was released on the Black Belt label in 1976.
Errol Holt - Vision of Africa 03:07. Errol Holt - My Breathren 03:03. Errol Holt - Jah Light 03:03. Errol Holt - Happiness 03:26. Errol Holt - Fly Your Dread 03:02. Errol Holt - Fly Your Dread Dub 03:00. Errol Holt - Easy Niah Man 03:42. Errol Holt - Ethiopia 03:07. Errol Holt - Babylon Queendom 02:54. Errol Holt - Queendom Fall 02:55. Errol Holt - Red Eye 03:38. Errol Holt - Pure Sorrow 02:43.
Errol Holt (born 19 July 1950), also known as Errol Carter and by his nickname Flabba, is a Jamaican bass guitar player who was a member of The Morwells and the Roots Radics and has played on hundreds of Jamaican albums. Holt's career began in the early 1970s when he worked as a session musician backing artists including Don Carlos and Prince Far I. He also had a sound system hit in his own name with "A You Lick Me First" in 1976.