Khanti 66 LP by Tu Shung Peng, The Viceroys, Nazzle Man, Simon Dan, Bongo, Trevor Roots, Moses
Khanti 66 LP review
Dub music rules ! Affiliated to the Jamaican culture of the seventies, Tu Shung Peng is a reggae collective born in 1998 in the south of Paris, composed of 9 passionate musicians.
After the resounding success of their previous albums, they unveil their 5th album, named “Channel 5”. A true homage to Jamaican culture, but also the fruit of several years of musical production and human encounters made in Jamaica over time.
The legendary vocal trio “The Viceroys” is featured in this album. Definitely one of the best roots reggae album 2020, which pays homage to reggae 70’s.
This album brings together the last three recorded songs from THE VICEROYS discography. Indeed, shortly after recording these 3 titles, the leader and founding member of the group, Wesley Tinglin died. Other guests include singers Bongo, Simon Dan, Trevor Roots, Nazzleman and Moses.
A1 - Message In A Song Featuring â The Viceroys
A2 - Heaven Featuring â Nazzle Man
A3 - My Testimony Featuring â Simon Dan
A4 - Just Can't Forget Featuring â Bongo
A5 - Gordon Town (Melodica version)
A6 - Jah Love Featuring â Trevor Roots
B1 - More Love Featuring â Trevor Roots
B2 - Babylon System Featuring â Moses
B3 - Later Will Be Greater Featuring â Simon Dan
B4 - French Man Style Featuring â The Viceroys
B5 - War Lord Featuring â Bongo
B6 - Please Come Back Home Featuring â The Viceroys
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