|2||Felt We Felt The Strain|
|5||I Broke The Comb|
|6||I'm Not Satisfied|
|7||I'm No Fool|
|10||I Won't Compromise|
|11||Nah Skin Up (12" Mix)|
|JT-0003||Keith Hudson||Rasta Communication (LP, Album)||Joint International||JT-0003||US||1978|
|JT 0003||Keith Hudson||Rasta Communication (LP, Album)||Joint International||JT 0003||US||1979|
|GREL 5||Keith Hudson||Rasta Communication (LP, Album, RE)||Greensleeves Records||GREL 5||US||2014|
|JI-001||Keith Hudson||Rasta Communication (LP, Album)||Joint International||JI-001||USA & Canada||Unknown|
|940 823||Keith Hudson||Rasta Communication (LP, Album)||Greensleeves Records||940 823||France||1978|
Keith Hudson aka the "Dark Prince of Reggae" (1946 – 14 November 1984), was a Jamaican reggae artist and record producer. He is known for his influence on the dub movement. Raised in a musical family, Hudson attended Boys Town School in Kingston, where he organised school concerts with schoolmates including Bob Marley, Delroy Wilson, and Ken Boothe.
Complete your Keith Hudson collection. Rasta Communication (LP, Album). 940 823. Keith Hudson. Rasta Communication (CD, Album). Greensleeves Records. Rasta Communication (2xCD, Album, Dlx, RE).
Rasta communication - Keith Hudson +. Terms of Service. Artist: Keith Hudson. Track taken from Keith Hudson's Brand, The Joint album (1977) and re-released on Pressure Sounds (2007). Has been played on. United States 1.
Keith Hudson, Junior Walker - Rasta Communication. Keith Hudson, Junior Walker. Download MP3.
Keith Hudson - Rasta Communication. Album style: roots reggae Recorded: 1978 First released: 1978 Other releases: 1979, 2002. Playlist: Rasta Communication (King Saul). Felt We Felt The Strain. Producer: Keith Hudson.
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Keith Hudson trained as a dental technician, he was later termed a ghetto dentist, and in 1969 using money that he had earned at his trade, he produced the first records for his own Imbidimts/Inbidimts label. Old Fashioned Way’, sung by Ken Boothe, was the first release on Inbidimts and was a Number One hit. He recruited another old school friend, Delroy Wilson, versioned Delroy’s Studio One classic ‘Run Run’ and hit agai. nd then again with John Holt and ‘Never Will I Hurt My Baby’. A deejay album, ‘Green Valley’ from Keith’s friend Militant Barry, built around the ‘Rasta Communication’ rhythms featured ‘Pistol Boy’, a tribute to Sid Vicious, was also released but it was not a big seller and Keith Hudson was destined to remain a ‘cult artist’. Many lesser talents achieved overground success during this period of reggae music’s greatest international popularit. ut not Keith Hudson.