“Jezebel” by Justin Hines and The Dominoes - album review

TJR says

With the demise of his great supporter, Duke Reid, the Ska legend that was Justin Hinds was thought to be retired early as an artist. By ’73 he was running his own nightclub in Steer Town, the place of his birth, and was raising a family. The 33-year-old resurfaced in ’75 however, making these recordings for Ocho Rios producer and soundsystem operator, Jack Ruby. The conscious roots album “Jezebel”, his first long-player, bore fresh fruits which validated his decision to continue. Mind you, with guys like Robbie Shakespeare (bass), Horsemouth Wallace (drums), Earl Smith (guitar), Vincent Gordon (trombone) and Bobby Ellos (trumpet) he could scarcely fail.

The Jukebox Rebel
19-Jul-2014

A1 [05:02] 6.8.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Natty Take Over (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
A2 [03:15] 7.0.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Dip And Fall Back (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
A3 [03:14] 6.9.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - What You Don’t Know (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
A4 [03:40] 6.0.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Other Land (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
A5 [02:55] 6.4.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Precious Morning (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
B1 [03:07] 6.9.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Prophecy (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
B2 [03:37] 7.2.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Fire (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
B3 [03:15] 7.9.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Babylon Children (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
B4 [03:08] 6.0.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Spotlight (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae
B5 [06:08] 6.7.png Justin Hines and The Dominoes - Carry Go Bring Come [album version ’76] (Justin Hinds, Michael Roper) Reggae




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