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Chuck Foster - Looks Like Trouble (2016)

11-04-2016, 19:22
Reggae | FLAC / APE

Title: Looks Like Trouble
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Chuck Foster / Catch Me Time Records
Genre: Reggae
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:01:55
Total Size: 144 / 334 Mb


01. Putting Out Fires 05:06
02. Can't Say You're Wrong When You're Right 05:03
03. Poverty 04:33
04. Love 04:29
05. Looks Like Trouble 03:54
06. Rasta Shop 04:21
07. Letting Go 04:21
08. Pariah 03:32
09. Woman Of The Earth 04:11
10. Doing Fine 03:30
11. Tribute To Alton Ellis 03:49
12. I'm So Sorry 03:14
13. Never Been Lucky In Love 04:08
14. Stragedy 03:41
15. Battle Plan 03:57

Looks Like Trouble gathers fifteen songs recorded at the Rough Sounds studio in Redondo Beach California featuring Chuck Foster on vocals, Mike Irwin on bass, Tony Bird on keyboards and riddim guitar, Rextafari on lead and pick guitar, Todd Johnson on trumpet, Fernando Jativa on saxophone and Lai Hee on percussion with guest appearances from Zacky Bernard of the Twinkle Brothers and Soul Syndiicate's Tony Chin.. This is Chuck's fourth vocal release and the songs cover a wide spectrum from the socially conscious "Poverty," "Putting Out Fires" and "Looks Like Trouble" to tribute to Bob Marley ("Rasta Shop"), Alton Ellis and the feminine gender ("Woman of the World") to personal relationship tunes, humorous story-songs and Rasta meditations. Chuck is a well-known reggae journalist who has written two books about the music. His previous productions include the various artist all-female vocal set We Roots. Blending his own early folk roots with straight-up reggae riddims he continues to uphold roots music in his own unique style.

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