Complete your Freddie McGregor collection. Also see Master Release Freddie McGregor - Big Ship A-Side, B-Side Switched.
Big Ship (Freddie McGregor album). Big Ship is the fifth studio album by Freddie McGregor. The album was released in 1982. The backing band was the Roots Radics and it was mixed by Scientist. Peaceful Man" - 3:45. Stop Loving You" - 3:09. Don't Play The Fool" - 3:15. Let Me Be The One" - 3:27. Roots Man Skanking" - 3:19. Holy Mount Zion" - 3:13.
Album · 1981 · 10 Songs. Big Ship Freddie McGregor. Listen on Apple Music.
Artists Freddie McGregor Big Ship. This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 69/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Big Ship. Album starts at 69BPM, ends at 141BPM (+72), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Freddie McGregor.
See contact information and details about Freddie Mcgregor. Today Freddie celebrates the release of a new single True to My Roots with his album entitled True to My Roots scheduled for release in May 2016. With profound natural talent Freddie was influenced by legends Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Bob Andy and many others. In 1989, Freddie launched his own label entitled, Big Ship, featuring Jamaica Classics: Volume One as the first major release, which included popular tunes like Little Roy's Prophecy and The Loser (by Derrick Harriot). Today, Big Ship is the most recognized Reggae label in Japan handling its own production, manufacturing, distribution and promotions while having produced several reggae artists including General Degree, Cutty Ranks, Mikey Spice, Benjy Myaz and Freddie’s daughter, Yeshemabeth.
Follow Midnight Raver Reggae & Dub and others on SoundCloud. Seems a little quiet over here. Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play.
Freddie Mcgregor Reggae Feeling. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Freddie McGregor Chant It Down. All songs →. iron man.
R&B has long been a major influence on reggae (just as it influenced ska and, before that, mento). In the early 1980s, different reggae artists were being influenced by different types of R&B - some were getting into slick, keyboard-driven urban contemporary sounds, while others maintained their devotion to 1960s and 1970s soul. On 1982's Big Ship, Freddie McGregor's love of African-American soul music comes through loud and clear - even though many of the more lyrics are very much a product of the Jamaican experience. True to form, the singer provides.
|A||Reggae On It||3:03|
|B||Big Ship (New Mix)||3:25|
- Published By – CA$H Records
- Producer – F. Mc Gregor*, Tieter Hessel*, José Pascual, L. Thompson*, Roger Samyn*
Notescat # on sleeve is 455
cat # on record is 445
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side): CASH 455 A
- Matrix / Runout (B Side): CASH 455 B
|CASH 3705, CA$H 3705||Freddie McGregor||Reggae On It / Big Ship (12")||CA$H Records, CA$H Records||CASH 3705, CA$H 3705||Belgium||Unknown|
|CASH 445||Freddie McGregor||Big Ship (7", Single)||Ca$h Records||CASH 445||Belgium||1982|
|none||Freddie McGregor||Reggae On It / Big Ship (New Mix) (12")||Thompson Sound||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|none||Freddie McGregor||Big Ship / Reggae On It (12")||Thompson Sound||none||Jamaica||Unknown|