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    Akae BekaHomage To The Land

    Label:Fifth Son Records – FS110615.2
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
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    Genre:Reggae
    Style:Roots Reggae

    Tracklist

    1All We Be4:08
    2Promises4:21
    3Just Decided4:14
    4Call Out To Jah5:23
    5Psalm3:59
    6Homage To The Land5:53
    7Right Away4:09
    8World Citi-Zen Ship5:20
    9To Live3:49
    10Cone4:44
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    Notes from inside sleeve: For better or worse, artists and music are always evolving. It is especially pleasing to see the positive movements continue for those artists we look to for music emanating positive and conscious energies. As lead singer for Midnite, the legendary roots band from St.Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Vaughn Benjamin holds a special place in roots music, with an expansive lyrical catalog of righteous tunes and haunting vocal tones. Now stepping out on his own and claiming the title Akae Beka (the ancient name for the “holy players of instruments” in the Book of Enoch), he shows no sign of slowing down.

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    • Barcode: 8829534725

    Other Versions (3)

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Homage To The Land (LP)Fifth Son Records, Top Ranking SoundTRS-FSLP-1Europe2020
    New Submission
    Homage To The Land (LP, Limited Edition, Test Pressing)Fifth Son RecordsnoneEurope2020
    New Submission
    Homage To The Land (CD, Album)Fifth Son RecordsFS110615.2US2020

    Reviews

    • RasMatches's avatar
      RasMatches
      If you can appreciate the modern roots vibe of Midnite, then you will like this album. Vaughn Benjamin brings music with powerful messages and the Akae Beka is no different. In this album his new full band shines, especially the horn section throughout the album. See him in concert if you can.