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13-03-2015, 16:15
Music | Reggae

Sugar Minott - Discography - 1974-2010

Artist: Sugar Minott
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1974-2010
Genre: Reggae, dancehall
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: vbr-320 kbps
Total Time: 49:56:32
Total Size: 4,42Gb
WebSite: wikipedia

Sugar Minott - Discography - 1974-2010

Lincoln Barrington "Sugar" Minott (25 May 1956 – 10 July 2010) was a Jamaican reggae singer, producer and sound-system operator.

After working as a selector on the Sound of Silence Keystone sound system, and then his own Gathering of Youth system, he began his singing career as part of The African Brothers in 1969, along with Tony Tuff and Derrick Howard. The group released several singles in the first half of the 1970s on labels such as Micron and their own Ital label, and were an early example of the Rastafari movement's influence on the Jamaican music scene, taking a clear lead from The Abyssinians. After recording "Mysterious Nature" for producer Rupie Edwards, the group recorded 1974's "No Cup No Broke" for Studio One, breaking up shortly after. Minott then teamed up with the producer Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, as studio apprentice at Dodd's Studio One, working as a singer, guitarist and percussionist, and soon began recording his own singles. Minott developed a talent for writing new songs to fit over existing rhythms (which at the time was common when singers performed live, but rare in the studio), often proving more popular than the original songs, pioneering an approach that would be central to the emerging dancehall style.

After a number of moderately successful hits for Studio One, such as "Vanity", "Hang On Natty", "Mr. DC", and "Jah Jah Children", his debut LP Live Loving made his name and increased his popularity, and is regarded as pioneering the dancehall style that would dominate the early 1980s. It was followed in 1979 with a second album, Showcase, which included his singles that had been omitted from the first album.

The Bittersweet album followed, and then the third album of 1979, Ghetto-ology, which saw a return to roots reggae. Roots Lovers (1980) saw a move towards lovers rock, which was a UK hit. He became a bigger star in the UK than in Jamaica, his self-produced "Hard Time Pressure" being a major UK reggae hit in 1980, leading Minott to relocate to the UK, where he became a focus for UK reggae.

Singles such as "Run Come", "Not for Sale", "African Girl", "Lovers Rock", "In a Dis Ya Time", "Africa" and "Make It with You" (with Carroll Thompson) were hits in the years that followed. "Good Thing Going" (a cover of a song originally recorded by Michael Jackson in 1971) was picked up for distribution by RCA and reached Number 4 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1981, leading to an album of the same name. The Herbman Hustling album saw a return to dancehall and roots reggae.

He released an album of recordings from Channel One Studios, With Lots Of Extra in 1983, collecting several hits from his time working with Winston Holness. While Minott was in England he discovered the group Musical Youth[citation needed] and released a number of successful Lovers Rock singles.

Returning to Jamaica, his Youth Promotion sound system performed regularly in Kingston's Maxfield Park, featuring Jah Stitch and newcomers who had been nurtured by his organization such as Ranking Joe, Captain Sinbad, and Ranking Dread. His Black Roots label featured his productions of these artists plus others such as Barry Brown, Tenor Saw, Little John, Tony Tuff, Barrington Levy, Horace Andy, and one of his discoveries from England, Trevor Hartley. Minott also produced early works by Nitty Gritty, Junior Reid, Yami Bolo, Colourman, Daddy Freddy and Garnett Silk, who recorded his first song for Minott.[citation needed]

Throughout the 1980s the hits kept coming. Able to encompass different styles from rough roots to sweet lovers, through to classic dancehall, he was an artist of some influence. In that period he was working for all the top producers in Jamaica including, Mikey Dread, George Phang, Sly & Robbie, Philip "Fatis" Burrell, Channel One, Prince Jammy, and Donovan Germain, as well as recording for United States-based Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes (the Wicked A Go feel It album from 1984). His biggest hits included "Herbman Hustling", "No Vacancy", "Jamming In The Street", "Rub A Dub Sound", "Buy Off The Bar", "Rydim", and "Devil's Pickney".

He linked up with Sly & Robbie for 1984's "Rub a Dub Sound Style" single, which is regarded as a prototype for the ragga style that developed in the mid-1980s.

Sugar Minott continued to record on his Black Roots label, Youth Promotion Label and for Major and Independent labels. His albums receive increasingly exciting reviews. He released over 60 albums and hundreds of singles.

Sugar is one of the artists who appeared on the (2006) record, Radiodread, released by the Easy Star label, he provided the guest vocals on the song "Exit Music (For a Film)".

Minott's desire for independence led him to leave Studio One in 1978 and form his own Black Roots Records[6] label and Youth Promotion organization, the latter with the aim of helping young singers from the same ghetto background as himself. Minott also ran the Youthman Promotion sound-system, giving young performers their first public exposure. Youthman Promotion has new selectors working alongside the veterans of Major Stitch, Ragga Steve and Drifter, Daddy Ants, Mr Shorty and Jimmy Knuckles. The selectors most recently added to the sound are DiGeneral Starry B in 2007, alongside Poochiny and Jr War, who were added in 2012. Ragga Steve has taken full control of the sound with Earl Minott in the UK.

(1977) Live loving [CBR 192 kbps]
(1977) Showcase [ABR 185 kbps]
(1979) Bitter sweet [CBR 192 kbps]
(1979) Black roots [CBR 160 kbps]
(1979) Ghetto ology + dub [CBR 320 kbps]
(1980) Roots lovers [VBR 230-245 kbps]
(1981) African girl [CBR 320 kbps]
(1981) Good thing going [CBR 160 kbps]
(1982) Dancehall showcase vol. 1 [VBR 220-230 kbps]
(1982) More sugar [CBR 192 kbps]
(1983) Dancehall showcase vol. 2 [VBR 200-215 kbps]
(1983) Showdown vol. 2 (feat Frankie Paul) [CBR 128 kbps]
(1983) Suffers choice [CBR 128 kbps]
(1983) With lots of extra [CBR 192 kbps]
(1984) Herbman hustling [VBR 190-220 kbps]
(1984) Slice of the cake [CBR 128 kbps]
(1984) Wicked ago feel it [CBR 320 kbps]
(1985) A touch of class [VBR 230-250 kbps]
(1985) A true [CBR 320 kbps]
(1985) Rockers awards winners (feat Leroy Smart) [CBR 128 kbps]
(1985) Rydim [CBR 192 kbps]
(1985) The leader for the pack [CBR 192 kbps]
(1985) Time longer than rope [CBR 256 kbps]
(1986) Double dose (feat Gregory Isaacs) [CBR 192 kbps]
(1986) Inna reggae dance hall [CBR 160 kbps]
(1986) Jamming in the street [CBR 128kbps]
(1986) Sugar and spice [VBR 140-200 kbps]
(1987) Dancehall business [CBR 320 kbps]
(1987) Sugar Minott and Youth Promotion [CBR 256 kbps]
(1987) Them a wolf [CBR 320 kbps]
(1988) African soldier (1983-85) [CBR 224 kbps]
(1989) Ghetto child [CBR 192 kbps]
(1989) Smile [VBR 185-225 kbps]
(1990) All kind a don (feat The Dance Hall Crew) [CBR 224 kbps]
(1990) Mr. Fix it [VBR 195-220 kbps]
(1991) Rock and soul [CBR 192 kbps]
(1993) Run things [VBR 200-210 kbps]
(1994) Breaking free [CBR 192 kbps]
(1996) Collector's collection vol. 1 [CBR 128kbps]
(1996) International [CBR 128 kbps]
(1996) Reggae max [CBR 320 kbps]
(1997) Jah make me feel so good [CBR 192 kbps]
(1998) The best of (Nice it up) [CBR 192 kbps]
(1999) Easy squeeze [VBR 190-205 kbps]
(2000) Greatest hits [VBR 190-205 kbps]
(2001) Rare gems (1979-86) [CBR 128 kbps]
(2002) King son (197x-8x) [CBR 192 kbps]
(2003) Leave out a Babylon [CBR 192 kbps]
(2004) We got a good thing going (The best of) (198x) [CBR 320 kbps]
(2005) At Studio One (197x) [CBR 192 kbps]
(2006) The roots lover (1978-83) [VBR 190-245 kbps]
(2008) In a lovers roots style [CBR 192 kbps]
(2008) New day [CBR 160 kbps]
(2010) Reggae legends [VBR 190-200 kbps]

(1974) Vanity (7'') [VBR 225-230 kbps]
(1975) Is it true (12'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1976) This old man (12'') [CBR 192 kbps]
(1978) In the resident (7'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1978) Oh Mr. DC (12'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1979) Every little thing (7'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1979) Leaving Babylon + Guns of Babylon (feat Sly & Robbie, The Revolutionaries) (12'') [CBR 192 kbps]
(1980) Good thing going + Session in session - Bad things (12'') [CBR 206 kbps]
(1980) Same thing it took (feat Jah Batta) (12'') [VBR 210-220 kbps]
(1981) In a rub a dub (feat Black Roots Players) (12'') [CBR 207 kbps]
(1982) Simple as that (12'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1983) Genuine lover (12'') [CBR 160 kbps]
(1983) Informer (12'') [CBR 160 kbps]
(1983) Jamming in the street (feat Black Roots Players) (12'') [CBR 128 kbps]
(1983) Palavin spree (12'') [CBR 128kbps]
(1983) Strictly sensi (12'') [CBR 196 kbps]
(1983) Wicked ah go feel it (feat Horace Andy) (12'') [CBR 128 kbps]
(1984) Lick shot (12'') [CBR 128kbps]
(1984) Sandy (12'') [CBR 320 kbps]
(1987) Uptempo showcase (10'') [VBR 185-205 kbps]

(2002) Live in Peppers Cafe, Florida [CBR 224 kbps]
(2003) Live in Connecticut (feat Mighty Diamonds) [CBR 192 kbps]

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blakstar   User offline   14 March 2015 08:50

Sugar Minott - Discography - 1974-2010
any chance of the usual links please,sposiba,danke,merci,obrigado

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