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Righteous rastaman music from the big boss Prince Far I, on this rocksteady/funk-ish, kinda trippy yet still highly rootical, dubwise / deejay cut on the drum song rhythm from around 1977 –

Don’t be fooled by the upbeat rhythm and the funky drums on this version of the drum song rhythm, this might be a subtle type of tune that keeps it’s cool, but this tune is still dreader than dread, as always, from the one Prince Far I –

‘Blackman’s Land’ talks about the land of Ethiopia, the land which holds so much history and importance for many Jamaicans, Rastafarians, and other African descendants around the globe… Flip it for the version, and let the rhythm hit you once more.

Killer!

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