Keith Hudson - From One Extreme to Another mp3 downloadPerformer: Keith Hudson
Title: From One Extreme to Another
Size MP3 version: 1794 mb
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Keith Hudson - From One Extreme to Another mp3 download
Vinyl 1. 1. Central Kingston.
Album · 1978 · 10 Songs. Bad Things) You Teach Me. 3:01. 9. From One Extreme to Another.
(Bad Things) You Teach Me" (3:02). 4. "One Extreme To Another" (4:29). 5. "Buzzing Bee" (feat Militant Barry) (4:30).
From One Extreme to Another.
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises From One Extreme to Another · Keith Hudson From One Extreme to Another ℗ 1980 Joint International Released o. .
Complete your Keith Hudson collection. This album must be one of the first Jamaican reggae albums to fully integrate the (then) new sound of the syn drum. Not really heard this before or since on a reggae album. but alas this wasn't really followed up by anybody. Hudson made a follow-up album the same year (1979) called 'Nuh Skin Up' which dubbed up some of the tracks on this album. Luckily Pressure Sounds reissued Nuh Skin Up in 2007.
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The song 'One Extreme To Another' by Keith Hudson has a tempo of 145 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Black Morphologist of Reggae'. This song is played at 145 Beats Per Minute (Allegro), or 36 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video One Extreme to Another. The Black Morphologist of Reggae. One Extreme to Another. Top Songs Keith Hudson.
The first album to emanate from these sessions was Flesh of My Skin, Blood of my Blood (1974), his first UK only release and an album that has been described by Colin Larkin as "a masterpiece", and one of the first reggae albums proper, rather than merely a collection of singles and fillers. It has also been described as "reggae's first true concept album", with the lyrics relating to black history and "conscious" themes. The album was not released in Jamaica, although it acquired a formidable reputation there amongst more progressive musicians. From One Extreme To Another – 1979 – Joint International (US).
Keith Hudson albums: 1. Brand, 2. Class & Subject, 3. Entering The Dragon, 4. From One Extreme To Another, 5. Imbidimts Furnace, 6. Playing It Cool & Playing It Right, 7. Rasta Communication, 8. Steaming Jungle, 9. The Black Breast Has Produced Her Best, Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood, 10. Too Expensive, 11. Torch Of Freedom, 12. Tuff Gong Encounter.
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|2||No Skin Up||Keith Hudson|
|4||It's Alright||Keith Hudson|
|6||(Dreadful) Words||Keith Hudson|
|7||They Don't Hurt Me||Keith Hudson|
|8||(Bad Things) You Teach Me||Keith Hudson|
|9||One Extreme to Another||Keith Hudson|