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Reggae Rockers
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Lenny Kravitz
Fly Away (reggae version)
Not only is this hard to find, but most have never heard the reggae version of the Kravitz hit. This is worth owning.
Jackson Browne
Til I Go Down
From Jackson's Lives In The Balance. The entire album is political, and this one is no exception.
Rolling Stones
Too Rude
Mick and Keith's love affiar with all things Jamaica popped up from time to time. This reggae cover also featured Jimmy Cliff on vocals.
Men At Work
Blue For You
Colin Hay's voice always suggested Marley influences, but on this Cargo track, he goes all out Island.
Robert Palmer
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Taking a Bob Dylan song and turning it into a reggae song has been done before...but never so soulfully and silky smotth as Mr. Palmer does it.
David Bowie
Bowie's Tonight CD has more than one song that travels below the equator, but it's this duet with Tina Turner that coasts along like a Caribbean breeze.
Eric Clapton
Whatcha Gonna Do
When Clapton started recording in Florida with Tom Dowd, "I Shot The Sheriff" wasn't the only reggae song he did. when the box set Crossroads was released, this previously unreleased track was one of the real gems of that package.
Boomtown Rats
House On Fire
Punk was king in the UK in the late 70's, but ska and reggae were always part of the mix. Geldof pulls this off nicely.
Peter Gabriel
Get Up, Stand Up
This one is so rare, I don't remember where I got it and I can't seem to find a place to buy it. Peter Gabriel does a pretty true interpretation of the Marley classic.
Joe Jackson
Fools In Love
Another 70's & 80's artist that always included a touch of reggae in the mix. With this track, he was a bit more open with it...and it works.


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