Various Artists - Sly & Robbie vs. Roots Radics: The Final Battle (Serious Reggae)
It doesn't happen very often, but on rare occasions the wildest reggae dreams can come true. 'The Final Battle' started with an ambitious idea by Argentinean percussionist and producer Hernan Sforzini, who dreamed of letting Sly & Robbie and the remaining members of the equally legendary Roots Radics play it out against one other in a final ultimate clash.
Bitty McLean - Love Restart (Tabou1)
After 2009's 'Movin' On', 2013's 'The Taxi Sessions', and the four-track 'Heart Mind & Soul' EP from 2015, Bitty McLean joined forces with riddim tandem Sly & Robbie and their Taxi Gang for the fourth time in a row.
Mo'Kalamity meets Sly & Robbie - One Love Vibration (Sofia-Thea Records/Musicast Distribution)
For 'One Love Vibration' French-Cape Verdean Mo'Kalamity this once left her regular backing band The Wizards behind and travelled to Jamaica to collaborate with the legendary riddim twins Sly & Robbie.
Sly And Robbie meet Dubmatix - Overdubbed (Echo Beach)
It's almost a musical given: if you stay in the reggae business long enough, sooner or later you'll inevitably bump into riddim twins Sly & Robbie.
Bitty McLean - The Taxi Sessions (Taxi/Mideya/Silent River)
Bitty McLean is gradually becoming an anomaly in contemporary reggae, releasing one magnificent album after the other, but for one reason or another he never really made it into the mainstream.
Bitty McLean + Sly & Robbie - Movin’ On (Discograph/Taxi/Mideyah/Silent River)
Le Bitty nouveau est arrivé! At last, because this album was actually already announced in back in 2007! All that waiting created high expectations, but rest assured the trio McLean, Dunbar and Shakespeare doesn't disappoint in the least; on the contrary, this is one of the best reggae albums we've heard in years and the term "perfection" is never far away.
Horace Andy + Sly & Robbie - Livin' It Up (Taxi/Discograph)
For 'Livin' It Up' Horace Andy decided to join forces with the irreplaceable riddim twins Sly & Robbie.
Sinead O'Connor - Throw Down Your Arms (That's Why There's Chocolate And Vanilla)
Sinead O'Connor goes reggae? Correction: Sinead O'Connor goes Rasta! According to the liner notes accompanying 'Throw Down Your Arms', Sinead recorded the album as a tribute to Jamaican icons like Burning Spear, Lee Perry and Bob Marley, who, through their Rastafari inspired music, helped her face some tough moments.
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