- Performer Junior Murvin
- Title Load Shedding
- Other formats AAC MIDI DMF AA WMA MP4 DTS
- Genre Other
- Size MP3 1148 mb
- Size FLAC 1543 mb
- Rating: 4.1
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Junior Mervin - Load Shedding. Issued in Jamaica on the Hit label in 1982. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически. Безопасный режим: выкл.
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Junior Murvin was born Murvin Junior Smith, likely in 1949 in Port Antonio, Jamaica. As a child, he sang along with records by Nat King Cole and Billy Eckstine, and (later on) soul singers like Sam Cooke, Ben E. King, and especially Curtis Mayfield, after whom his own falsetto was modeled. 1978 saw the release of the . Ranglin-produced single "Load Shedding. Unfortunately, the magical combination of Murvin and Perry would never finish another album together. Although they recorded more material with Murvin's new backing band, the Apostles, and released a 12" single in 1980 ("Crossover" b/w "I'm in Love"), Perry's increasing mental difficulties would culminate in a nervous breakdown and the destruction of his studio.
Junior Murvin (born Murvin Junior Smith, circa 1946 – 2 December 2013) was a Jamaican reggae musician. He is best known for the single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. He was born in Saint James Parish, Jamaica, probably in 1946 though some sources state 1949, and moved to Port Antonio after his father's death.
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Singer whose hit single Police and Thieves reflected on Jamaica's political and social upheavals. The Jamaican singer Junior Murvin, who has died aged 67 after suffering from diabetes and hypertension, was celebrated for his mastery of falsetto and for writing unusual lyrics that made good use of folk wisdom. His anthem-like Police and Thieves, recorded in 1976, promptly inspired noteworthy cover versions by, among others, the Clash. Murvin's single was a hit in Jamaica and was released in the UK by Island Records
Junior Murvin was born Murvin Junior Smith. His father was a tailor and singer of ballads from St. James in Montego Bay. When he died Junior's mother relocated the family to Port Antonio in the parish of Portland, where she was originally from. Junior Murvin continued to concentrate on live work with the Tornadoes who later became the Young Experience Band. These bands included Linford Richards, guitarist in Burning Spear's band, female singer Carol "Passion" Nelson - who today, together with Barry O'Hare, runs the Ocho Rios-based X-Rated label - and bassist Earl Jackson from Native Studios amongst others. He played the hotel circuit and Kingston clubs like Merritone Discotek and The Sombrero, until the mid-seventies when the band became defunct and he had an idea for a song which had special qualities.