Cecil Bustamente Campbell OD (24 May 1938 – 8 September 2016), known professionally as Prince Buster, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer. The records he released in the 1960s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that would be drawn upon later by reggae and ska artists. Cecil Bustamente Campbell was born in Orange Street in Kingston, Jamaica, on 24 May 1938.
THIS IS BEING RELISTED BECAUSE OF NON PAYMENT FROM A NEWBIE from. This is COME FLY WITH ME FLY FLYING SKA with artists like and most notible PRINCE BUSTER, also the Skatelites, Gaynor & Errol, The Maytals and others. As for the cover-just very minimal corner wear- no split seams at all- Front cover very glossy and overall great condition. The only thing to call is something written on back cover and have shown a closeup of it??.
Prince Buster was born in Kingsto. n, Jamaica on 24 May 1938 as Cecil Bustamente Campbell. Campbell was a founding pioneer and star of ska music and a well-liked performer of the later rocksteady style. In the '50s he working for one of Jamaica’s top producers and sound-system disc jockeys, Coxsone Dodd. Campbell began gaining fame in the music industry in the late '50s, he had opened a record store, Buster’s Record Shack, and was playing street parties with his own sound system named The Voice of the People
More albums from Prince Buster: Fly Flying Ska by Prince Buster. Fabulous Greatest Hits by Prince Buster. Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments by Prince Buster. Prince Buster On Tour by Prince Buster. National Ska: Pain In My Belly by Prince Buster. Sister Big Stuff by Prince Buster. What A Hard Man Fe Dead by Prince Buster. The Message Dub Wise by Prince Buster.
A reissue of the Prince Buster classic, which first appeared in 1967 on the British Blue Beat label, Judge Dread Featuring Prince Buster Jamaica's Prime Rocksteady bundles up a dozen cuts, hits, instrumentals, and groundbreaking numbers from that era. Most fans' point of entry will be the "Judge Dread" trilogy, and this album is the only place to find all three numbers. With "Judge Dread," the rude boys meet their nemesis, as the magistrate establishes his fearsome reputation
|A1||30 Pieces Of Silver|
|A2||Tongue Will Tell|
|B1||They Got To Go|
|LSE 6020||Prince Buster||Autentico Jamaica Ska (7", EP, Promo)||Stateside||LSE 6020||Spain||1964|