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Kiddus I

Rocking Rebel

Kiddus I Rocking Rebel
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Kiddus I "Rocking Rebel" (Discs 1 and 2) is the once believed lost and previously unreleased catalog of reggae star Kiddus I. He is the alluring and compelling singer first to be seen performing his song "Graduation In Zion" in the classic reggae film "Rockers." The title song "Rocking Rebel" was written for the theme of the film but for some unknown reason was never used. This is the first major release ever of Kiddus I in his prime during the "golden age" of reggae music -- a release waiting patiently for almost 30 years to be unveiled. This collection is a must have for every Kiddus I fan as well as every reggae listener. Kiddus I arguably has one of the greatest voices in reggae. A voice that is truly eternal. To complement Kiddus I, featured on "Rocking Rebel" are stellar reggae musicians and fellow co-stars of "Rockers" - Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, Earl "Chinna" Smith, Earl "Wire" Lindo, Robbie Shakespeare and Bernard "Touter" Harvey.
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