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|1||Watch This People||3:41|
|2||The Big Licking Stick||3:18|
|3||Natty Hold The Handle||3:01|
|4||Let Love Shine Along The Way||3:07|
|5||Watch What Is Going On||2:52|
|6||News To The Nation||3:10|
|7||Stop Them Jah||2:04|
|8||Live As One
Producer – Vivian Jackson
|10||Satta Dread Style||3:05|
|11||Jah Give Me Strength||3:10|
|12||Train To Zion (Discomix)
Producer – Tony Welch*, Huford BrownVocals [With] – Linval ThompsonWritten-By, Composed By – Huford Brown, Linval Thompson
|13||Bits Of Paper (Discomix)
Producer – Huford Brown
|14||Nuh Kill Fi Dunza (Extended)||6:19|
|15||Hard Times (Extended)||6:46|
- Artwork By [Design] – Michael Williams
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Steve Barrow
- Edited By, Mastered By – Kevin Metcalfe
- Engineer [Technician Restoration By] – Andy Walter*
- Photography By – Tim Barrow (2)
- Producer – Bunny Lee (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 11, 14, 15)
- Recorded By [Voiced By], Mixed By – King Tubby, Prince Jammy, Prince Phillip*
- Written-By, Composed By – Huford Brown
Digital restoration at Room 63, Abbey Road Studios, London.
Edited and mastered at the Town House, London.
Made in England.
Track 1: taken from the Satta Dread album, this is a version of Owen Gray's "Bongo Natty" (1974 version of Alton Ellis' "Girl I've got a date").
Track 2: taken from a Jackpot 45. Cornell Campbell's version of Ernest Wilson's "Undying Love" is the backing here.
Track 3: has "I Hold The Candle" by Johnnie Clarke as the rhythm track (recut of a rhythm originally done by the Heptones at Studio One).
Track 4: is a version of Johnnie Clarke on a recut of the Uniques' "Give Me A Love".
Track 5: "Watch That Sound", Cornell's take on the Buffalo Springfield, again first covered in reggae by the Uniques.
Track 6: called "Strictly Rockers" on the the Satta Dread album, this is version of "No Tribal War" by Johnnie Clarke.
Track 7: is a Bunny Lee version of the rhythm best known as "King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown".
Track 8: is a version of "Mr Smart". A dub version appears on Dub Gone Crazy - The Evolution Of Dub At King Tubby's 1975-1979 (BAFCD 002).
Track 9: is a version of "Do Good" by Johnnie Clarke.
Track 10: called "Satta Dread" on the Satta Dread album, this is a version of "Beware Of A Smiling Face" by Horace Andy.
Track 11: is a version of "Give Me Strength Oh Jah" by Cornell Campbell.
Track 12: taken from a Socialist Roots 12". The rhythm is a version of "Death In The Arena", based on the Studio One adaptation of Bernard Purdie's "Funky Monkey" of 1968.
Track 13: is an extended cut of the Hit Sound 45, use the rhythm "Real Rock" that was also used by Linval Thompson for "Can't Stop Natty Dread".
Track 14: is a version of "Blood Dunza" by Johnnie Clarke.
Track 15: has "Age Is Growing" by Johnnie Clarke as rhythm track.
Tracks 14 & 15 are CD bonus tracks
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 7 83564 00202 3
- Barcode: 783564002023
- Matrix / Runout: C7103 BAFCD 020 1:0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L122
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi 2309
Other Versions (4 of 4) View All
|BAFLP 020||U Brown||Train To Zion (1975-1978) (LP, Comp, Ltd)||Blood & Fire||BAFLP 020||UK||1997||Sell This Version|
|none||U Brown||Train To Zion (1975-1978) (LP, Comp, Ltd, TP)||Blood & Fire||none||UK||1997||Sell This Version|
|BAFCD 020||U Brown||Train To Zion [1975-1978] (CD, Comp)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD 020||Canada||1997||Sell This Version|
|BAFCD 020||U Brown||Train To Zion (1975-1978) (CD, Comp, Promo)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD 020||UK||1997||Sell This Version|