|Title:||Danger To Danger / Danger Zone|
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|A||–Jah Stone||Danger To Danger||2:50|
|B||–Jah Stitch||Danger Zone|
Producer – Hartnel Henry. Matrix, Runout: A side : EH 2470 - RRS C Hamil. Matrix, Runout: B side : EH 2841.
His debut single was the Errol Holt-produced "Danger Zone" . Jah Woosh Meets Jah Stitch at Leggo Sounds (1995) Leggo.
Artist: Jah Stitch, Enos McLeod. Album: Reggae in Orbit: The Productions of Enos Mcleod. Enos McLeod, Jah Stitch: best 2 tracks. Jah Stitch - Militant Man Original Ragga Muffin, 1996 03:39. Jah Stitch - Crazy Joe Original Ragga Muffin, 1996 03:31. Artist: Jah Stitch Enos McLeod.
The BBC artist page for Jah Stitch. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Jah Stitch interviews. Jah Stitch (born Melbourne James, 27 July 1949 – 28 April 2019) was a reggae deejay best known for his recordings in the 1970s. Find out more about our use of this data.
Listen to Jah Stitch Radio, free! Stream songs by Jah Stitch & similar artists plus get the latest info on Jah Stitch! . Jah Stitch was one of the pioneering DJs. Although famed as a DJ, he began his career singing in a music yard alongside Roy Shirley, Stranger Cole, the Wailers and the Heptones. Jah Stitch soon became the leading DJ with the Lord Tippertone and Black Harmony sound systems. Chat About Jah Stitch. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free.
Danger Zone songs download, free online mp3 listen. Matt Ender - Line Of Fire 2. album: The Danger Zone. Matt Ender - Crack Alley. Peter Howell - African Images - Danger Zone. Danger Mouse, Danger Mouse & Jemini, Jemini, Jemini The Gift, J-Zone - Take Care Of Business. album: Ghetto Pop Life. Larsen/Feitan Band - Danger Zone. album: Larsen/Feiten Band. Prog3kt Mayh3m - Animal Instinct. album: Metalectro Vo. 2: Danger Zone. Stone The Crows - Danger Zone. album: Ode To John Law. The Workout Heroes - Danger Zone. album: 100 Ultimate 80s Workout!
Jah Stitch soon became the leading DJ with the Lord Tippertone and Black Harmony sound systems. Errol Holt produced his debut, ‘Danger Zone’, and his vocals bore a resemblance to Big Youth, who was an influence on the young DJ. Many of Jah Stitch’s early hits were DJ versions of Johnny Clarke’s extensive back catalogue, such as ‘Legalise It’ as ‘Collie Bud’, ‘My Conversation’ as ‘How Long Jah Jah’, and ‘Roots Natty Roots Natty Congo’ as ‘True Born African’. Other hits included ‘Crazy Joe’, ‘King In The Arena’ and, with Yabby You, ‘African Queen’.