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Judy Mowatt - Black Woman flac album

Performer: Judy Mowatt
Title: Black Woman
Style: Roots Reggae
Duration: 42:22
Location: Channel 1
Relesed: 1980
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 682
Other formats: MIDI AIFF AUD XM AC3 DTS

Gospel traditions also deeply inform her lyrics, which are generally concerned with spiritual issues. That said, Black Woman is something of a mixed bag. It includes three fine versions of Bob Marley compositions ("Concrete Jungle," "Put It On" and the rare and lovely "Down in the Valley"), as well as Freddie McGregor's "Zion Chant" and six Mowatt originals. Mowatt's songs vary rather drastically in quality: "Slave Queen," for example, is flat both lyrically and melodically, but "Many Are Called" is a masterpiece.

Black Woman ‎ (LP, Album). Grove Music, Island Records. judy mowatt concrete jungle 5:34. Judy Mowatt - Put It On 4:23. Judy Mowatt - Black Woman 3:59. JUDY MOWATT 'Black Woman' 3:22. Judy Mowatt - Zion Chant 3:20. Judy Mowatt Slave Queen 3:59.

Her Black Woman album (Ashandan, 1979) came out the same year as I Three member Marcia Griffiths's album At Studio One. It is considered by many critics to be the greatest reggae album by a female artist She became the first female singer nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of reggae music when her Working Wonders album was nominated in 1985.

More albums from Judy Mowatt: Love by Judy Mowatt. Love Is Overdue by Judy Mowatt. Look At Love by Judy Mowatt. Mellow Mood by Judy Mowatt. Working Wonders by Judy Mowatt. Rock Me by Judy Mowatt. Only A Woman by Judy Mowatt. Mr. Dee-J by Judy Mowatt. View all albums . Black Woman. 7. Down In The Valley. More albums from Judy Mowatt: Love by Judy Mowatt.

Judy Mowatt - Black Woman. Album style: roots reggae Recorded: 1979 First released: 1979 Other releases: 1979, 1980, 1983. Playlist: Strength To Go Through. Put It On. Zion Chant. Producer: Judy Mowatt.

Watch the video for Black Woman from Judy Mowatt's Black Woman for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. One-third of the I-Threes, reggae's most influential female vocal trio, Judy Mowatt helped to turn the last recordings of Bob Marley into enduring classics. View full artist profile.

Judy Mowatt’s 1980 Black Woman album is generally acclaimed the best reggae album ever made by a woman, wrote reggae historians Kevin O’Brien Chang and Wayne Chen in their book Reggae Roots. Mowatt has made an impact on the reggae scene, both as a member of superstar Bob Marley’s backup group the I-Threes, and as a solo artist. Mowatt and two other young women in the troupe were bitten by the show-business bug and joined forces to form a vocal trio called the Gaylettes (also known as the Gaytones). The group’s repertoire in those pre-reggae days was marked by a heavy preponderance of American soul and rhythm-and-blues hits, with special emphasis on the female group harmonies of the Motown sound. One Detroit artist had a particularly strong influence on the young Judy Mowatt.

Judy Mowatt, Joy Tulloch Black Woman, Black Beauty.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Strength to Go Through Judy Mowatt Judy Mowatt 3:53
2 Concrete Jungle Bob Marley Judy Mowatt 5:23
3 Slave Queen Judy Mowatt Judy Mowatt 3:55
4 Put It On Bob Marley Judy Mowatt 4:21
5 Zion Chant Freddie McGregor Judy Mowatt 3:19
6 Black Woman Judy Mowatt Judy Mowatt 3:56
7 Down in the Valley Bob Marley Judy Mowatt 3:15
8 Joseph Judy Mowatt / Niki Reiser Judy Mowatt 5:08
9 Many Are Called Judy Mowatt Judy Mowatt 4:10
10 Sister's Chant Judy Mowatt Judy Mowatt 5:02


Howard Spread Badessie - Bass
Annicia Banks - Vocals
"Deadly" Headley Bennett - Saxophone
Arnold Brackenridge - Trumpet
Dalton Browne - Guitar
Harold Butler - Melodion
Everton Carrington - Percussion
Herbert Chang - Flute
Tony Chin - Guitar
Geoffrey Chung - Keyboards
Steven "Cat" Coore - Guitar
Tyrone Downie - Keyboards
Enroy Grant - Saxophone
Donald Greaves - Trumpet
Pam Hall - Vocals
Mikey Hewlette - Keyboards
Ewan Lewis - Bass
Bob Marley - Composer
I. Maskel - Bass
Freddie McGregor - Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Judy Mowatt - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Anthony Nelson - Keyboards
Niki Reiser - Composer
Noel "Scully" Simms - Percussion
Earl "Chinna" Smith - Guitar
Ras Inefire Troi - Percussion
Sharon Tucker - Vocals
Joy Tulloch - Vocals
Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace - Drums
Orville Wood - Percussion
Reviews (1)
This album got 5 stars in the 1982 Rolling Stone Record Guide. Just sayin'. It is good.

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