Real Gone Music
Reissue of the classic 1970 album from Mr. Rock Steady!
Grey "asphalt" vinyl edition limited to 700 copies!
Remastered first-ever vinyl reissue!
Ken Boothe was the most soulful singer of the rocksteady era, often likened to a Jamaican Wilson Pickett, and his mid-‘60s recordings for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label were and are among the genre's most coveted sides. In 1970, he moved to Leslie Kong's Beverley's imprint for this album, which continued his string of hits with the songs "Why Baby Why," "Now I Know," and the title tune, "Freedom Street." Real Gone Music has remastered this landmark reggae/rocksteady release to make it sound better than it ever has, and pressed it up in a grey "asphalt" vinyl edition limited to 700 copies!
|Why Baby Why|
|It’s Gonna Take A Miracle|
|Love And Unity|
|Drums of Freedom|
|Now I Know|
|In the Summertime|
|Get Close to You|