“What A Hard Man Fe Dead” by The Prince Buster All Stars - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

The first “new” Prince Buster LP in quite some time was a bit of a hodge-podge affair. The first half pools single sides from 1965-1966 (not on previous LPs), whilst the second half is virtually all brand new tunes. The odd-one-out curveball is “Ten Commandments” which had been a single way back in 1963. In all, there are nine Buster originals and three covers: “The Prophet” (Chuck Jackson, 1962); “My Girl” (The Temptations, 1964) and “Sad Song” (Otis Redding, 1966).

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A1 [03:26] 8.2.png Prince Buster - Ten Commandments (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
A2 [02:40] 7.2.png Prince Buster - Moving Spirit (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
A3 [02:25] 5.4.png Prince Buster - The Prophet (Luther Dixon, Rose Marie McCoy) Ska / Rocksteady
A4 [02:22] 7.0.png Prince Buster - My Girl (William Robinson, Ronald White) Ska / Rocksteady
A5 [02:54] 6.8.png Prince Buster - I Won’t Let You Cry (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
A6 [03:02] 6.4.png Prince Buster - Girl, Answer To Your Name (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
B1 [03:31] 8.9.png Prince Buster - Hard Man Fe Dead (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
B2 [03:20] 5.8.png Prince Buster - That Saying A Lot (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
B3 [03:01] 6.9.png Prince Buster - Words Of Wisdom (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
B4 [02:45] 7.0.png Prince Buster and The All Stars - Sit And Wonder (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady
B5 [03:52] 6.2.png Prince Buster and The All Stars - Sad Song (Steve Cropper, Otis Redding) Ska / Rocksteady
B6 [02:46] 5.9.png Prince Buster - Thanksgiving (Cecil Campbell) Ska / Rocksteady

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