The Abyssinians - Satta Don / Declaration Of Rights
|1||Declaration Of Rights|
- Arranged By – The Abyssinians
- Producer – B.Collins
"Satta" rhythm on side A
"Declaration Of Rights" rhythm on side B
side B misprinted with "Version"
The Abyssinians - Forward on to zion 1976 - Declaration of : Abyssinians - Satta Massagana Record date: 1976 Style: Roots. Declaration Of Rights. The Abyssinians. Israel Vibration - Reggae on the river. Текст песни: Look, oh Lord, they brought us down here Have us in bondage, right through these years Fussing and fighting, among ourselves Nothing to achieve this way, its worser than hell, I in album Declaration Of Rights 1969. Abyssinians - Declaration Of Rights. Sound Dimension - Declaration Ver. Satta Massagana. Released: Jan 1976. Label: New Rounder. This album shifted the roots reggae universe. Recorded in 1969 and then tabled, Satta Massagana saw staggered, semi-legal releases through the '70s, but that didn't dull its impact: Besides defining spiritual reggae, many argue that it actually set the stage for dub and dancehall as well. The group's broad spirituality extended to actually using Amharic, a primary Ethiopian language, in their songs. Watch the video for Declaration Of Rights from The Abyssinians's Satta Massagana for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. The Abyssinians are a Jamaican roots reggae group, famous for their close harmonies and promotion of the Rastafari movement in their lyrics. The vocal trio was originally formed in 1968 by Bernard Collins and Donald Manning. Their first song was Satta Massagana, which was strongly influenced by Carlton Manning's Happy Land. Satta Massagana is a Rastafarian hymn sung partly in the ancient Ethiopian Amharic language. Satta Don - Bernard Collins, The Abyssinians. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Satta Massagana is a Rastafarian hymn sung partly in the Ethiopian. to release his own instrumental and deejay versions. The group released further takes on the song on Clinch by Tommy McCook, Big Youth, and Dillinger, as well as their own Mabrak, featuring the group reciting passages from the Old Testament. It has since been recorded by dozens of artists. The group's second release, Declaration of Rights. Bernard Collins. David Morrison. The long-awaited Declaration of Dub is the dubwise companion to the Abyssinians' classic album Satta Massagana, an archetypal roots-reggae document featuring nothing but the deepest, darkest and dreadest riddims churning beneath the supernal trio harmonies of Bernard Collins, Donald Manning and Lynford Manning the lyrics are all standard Rastafarian fare, dealing with African repatriation, sociopolitical observations and the goodness of Jah. This song is by The Abyssinians and appears on the album Satta Massagana 1993 and on the album Forward on to Zion 2001. Look, oh Lord, they brought us down here Have us in bondage, right through these years Fussing and fighting, among ourselves Nothing to achieve this way, it's worser than hell, I say. Get up and fight for your rights my brothers Get up and fight for your rights my sisters