|A||Black Star Liner|
|B||Top Notch In The Arena|
|none||U Brown||Black Starliner (7")||Hit Sound||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|none||U Brown||Black Star Liner (7")||Hit Sound||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|VOLE 4||U. Brown*||Black Star Liner (12", Single)||Virgin||VOLE 4||UK||1978|
Black Star Liner were formed in Leeds in 1994, by Choque Hosein, Tom Salmon, and Chris Harrop. Their music consisted of a mix of Asian music (sitar and tabla), dance music and dub. They formed Soundclash Records to release their initial recordings - "Smoke the Prophets" EP, and "High Turkish Influence". After receiving the single of the week award in the NME magazine for "Smoke the Prophets", they recorded three Peel Sessions, the first of which was broadcast in April 1995.
1. Black Star Liners. 2. Vision Of Redemption. Black Star Liner (Cass, Album). VULA 502. Fred Locks. Black Star Liner, True Rastaman (LP, Album).
Redirected from Black Star Steamship Line). The Black Star Line (1919−1922) was a shipping line incorporated by Marcus Garvey, the organizer of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), and other members of the UNIA. The shipping line was created to facilitate the transportation of goods and eventually African Americans throughout the African global economy. It derived its name from the White Star Line, a line whose success Garvey felt he could duplicate.