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Joe Higgs — Upside Down
Album: Family
Avg rating:
5.8

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Total ratings: 381









Released: 1988
Length: 3:10
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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This is the man who coached Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff how to sing! He is a reggae legend and one of the founders of this wonderful style of music! Respect to one of the best! I give it a 10 plus! He is the Godfather of reggae! Anyone who gives this less than a 10 doesn't know Jack about reggae music!
I really love this song.  A perfect reggae tune. I was shocked to see it have the lowest rating I've seen for a song in a long time.  I guess people might give it a low rating if it's 'not for them' .  But c'mon - if it was Paul Simon affecting reggae, it would be a 7...
Jah bless, give thanks, one world one love, chaaa
This is awesome! How can anyone not like this wonderful ditty. . . 

. . . oh, all those who have a problem with reggae for some strange reason. . . 

. . . sigh. . . 
Pass the ganja... :P 8
 Tim_in_N_FL wrote:
Reminds me of the theme song to the kids cartoon show "Arthur" performed by Ziggy Marley.  Great tune.

The various Putumayo song collections are pretty enjoyable...

 
I kind of like that song also (as far as theme songs for kids' shows go).  I assume you have a young child as I do.  I mean, you don't actually watch "Arthur" by yourself, do you?  Anyhow, this is a good tune as well.

Fuck all you haters. This is Joe Higgs, the man the taught the Wailing Wailers (Peter, Bunny and Bob) to sing in harmony. The man is a legend of Jamaican music, and the people what rate this low are ignorant assholes. /discussion
Reminds me of the theme song to the kids cartoon show "Arthur" performed by Ziggy Marley.  Great tune.

The various Putumayo song collections are pretty enjoyable...

Look mister groooooooving now.
I liked this better when it was Pressure Drop
I thought it was David Byrne at first, but I have my speaker turned down kind of low here at work... :redface:
we give jah thanks n praises.... :sunny:
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drtjdel wrote:
This isn't Buena Vista? Was is los?
Er ist, mi amigo.
This isn't Buena Vista? Was is los?
There are so many times -- like now, for instance (listening to Alpinestars) -- where I'm simply at a loss to express how marvelously these playlists are assembled. Thank you very much Bill & Rebecca.
Sounds a little like Quito Rhymer from Tortola. He has his own bar/restaurant and plays there twice a week down in Cane Garden Bay. He has released several albums. I would upload some of his songs, but I can't figure out how to get the website to accept them! (Something about not in MP3 format, although I know they are....)
Nice regga grove.
ok :sunny:
solid, low-key song from a good album. The Putumayo series is worth checking out. got me head bumping in the cubicle!