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Whats He Done? - Macka B - Looks Are Deceiving (Cassette, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Whats He Done? - Macka B - Looks Are Deceiving (Cassette, Album)

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  6. Tetilar says:
    His 2nd album for Ariwa “We’ve Had Enough” was released in June to coincide with his 2nd European tour for Later that year, Macka B visited Bern in Switzerland. Macka B visited Jamaica and “Love It In Jamaica” was recorded. Later in ‘88 he recorded his 3rd Ariwa album “Looks Are Deceiving”.
  7. Shakara says:
    ‎Macka B was one of Britain's most influential dancehall toasters, pushing the music back toward a Rastafarian political consciousness. His rough, gravelly vocals gave him an instantly identifiable sound, and his production -- chiefly handled by Mad Professor -- updated dub reggae techniques for the. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  8. Vutilar says:
    The record label gave Macka B the opportunity to record his first solo single, "Bible Reader", which was released in , the first of three singles for the label. Macka B's first album, Sign of the Times, was released in on Mad Professor's Ariwa label. The album was well received and reached the top of the UK reggae album charts.
  9. Mezijar says:
    Macka B was one of Britain’s most influential dancehall toasters, pushing the music back toward a Rastafarian political consciousness. His rough, gravelly vocals gave him an instantly identifiable sound, and his production — chiefly handled by Mad Professor — updated dub reggae techniques for the dancehall age, proving that the two sounds weren’t mutually exclusive.

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