Rapso Take Over
- Left Ear Records
- First Date:
- AU - Reissue
Limited 2016 Reissue, Originally released in 1986..!
Features original cover artwork with printed inner featuring artwork and words by Brother Resistance
Originally released in 1986, Brother Resistance’s Rapso Take Over blends calypso, reggae, disco, funk and poetry to create the artist’s signature Rapso sound. A progressive form of poetry from Trinidad and Tobago, Rapso emerged as a means by which to articulate the daily suffering symptomatic of the social unrest afflicting the nation throughout the 1970s and 80s. Brother Resistance played a significant role in the Rapso movement, deploying his music to spread messages of hope and liberation. The authorities took Brother Resistance’s rising status seriously, destroying what they could of his studios and in the process leaving only a small amount of his music in circulation. Now for the first time we can hear Brother Resistance’s finest work remastered and repressed by Left Ear Records. The music and the message live on through Rapso Take Over’s stripped back rhythms infused with steel and strings, all carried by the voice of resistance.
|A1.||Star Warz Rapso||Brother Res...||06:42|
|A2.||Wars In Space Dub||Brother Res...||04:15|
|A3.||Dancin Shoes Rapso||Brother Res...||06:56|
|B1.||Ring De Bell (Part 1)||Brother Res...||06:46|
|B2.||Children Of Soweto||Brother Res...||04:12|
|B3.||Rapso Take Over||Brother Res...||05:47|
Star Warz Rapso
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