Johnny Osbourne ‎– Truths And Rights

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Studio One ‎– SOLP-0132
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Tracklist

A1 Truths And Rights
A2 Children Are Crying
A3 Can't Buy Love
A4 Jah Promise
A5 Na Skin Up
B1 We Need Love
B2 Eternal Peace
B3 Sing Jah Style
B4 Love Jah So
B5 Let Me In

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Recorded at Jamaica Recording & Publishing Studio Ltd, 13 Brentford Rd, Kingston 5

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOLP-0132 Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights(LP, Album) Studio One SOLP-0132 Jamaica Unknown Sell This Version
HEARTBEAT CD 3513 Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights(CD, Album, RE) Heartbeat Records (2) HEARTBEAT CD 3513 US 1992 Sell This Version
SOLP-0132 Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights(LP, Album, RP) Studio One SOLP-0132 US Unknown Sell This Version
11661-7840-2 Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights(CD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM) Heartbeat Records (2), Studio One 11661-7840-2 UK, Europe & US 2008 Sell This Version
SOLP-0132 Johnny Osbourne Truths And Rights(LP, Album, RP) Studio One SOLP-0132 Jamaica Unknown Sell This Version

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rc2thornton

rc2thornton

October 6, 2015
Anyone got information on the best pressing?

Cheers.
Iarla.om

Iarla.om

April 8, 2015
Can anyone tell me which release has the yellow outline and large red '1' on the centre as shown in the pictures above? Seems to be a lot of different presses and I picked one up recently just trying to figure out what I have. Thanks
serfus

serfus

February 25, 2010

one of the best roots albums ever!
he is such an amazing vocalist, very likable even if you are not into reggae
chischis

chischis

January 29, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

A devastating reggae LP, full of depth, soul, joy and love. Johnny's vocals are consistently arresting and convincing, although the backing band and vocalists also do a great job. Jah Promise is a standout, with the "I aint gonna break my promise" refrain, and infectious shuffled rhythm. We Need Love is probably the best song, for its lyrics if anything, but don't miss the awesome organ solo. I don't think I can find adequate words, otherwise. This is simply very highly recommended to ALL music lovers, whether you have an interest in reggae or not.