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Bank Robbery (remastered)
Cat: ROOTS 30. Rel: 13 Apr 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Flash It & Gwan (3:32)
  2. Bank Robbery (4:03)
  3. This Daughter Of Mine (3:19)
  4. Bit Of Your Loving (3:30)
  5. Mash It Up Jah (3:51)
  6. Going Home (Daughters Of Zion) (3:19)
  7. Gun Happy Police (2:30)
  8. Third World Man (4:17)
Review: Released in 1983 with backing from Undivided Roots, Vivian Jones made a real statement with his debut album. It's a slow, steady, spacious one with heavy rhythms and keys that seem to float. The simmering vocals from the UK artist are also key to elevating each tune and also to the fact that Jones went on to work with mainstays such as Jah Shaka, Bobby Digital, Junior Reid and many others. Vivian started as a DJ in the 70s and was a member of a number of different UK roots bands, but grew disillusioned so went to Jamaica in 1982 and has turned out more than 130 tunes since. This record includes well-know gems 'Flash It And Gwan' and 'Third World Man'.
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