Dennis Emmanuel Brown CD (1 February 1957 – 1 July 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer. Bob Marley cited Brown as his favourite singer, dubbing him "The Crown Prince of Reggae", and Brown would prove influential on future generations of reggae singers.
Biography by Jo-Ann Greene. A soulful and thrilling but often troubled roots reggae singer and master of lovers rock. Vision of the Reggae K. ennis Brown. Crown Prince of Reggae. ee Full Discography.
Twofer bringing together Dennis Brown’s two mid-70s albums Just Dennis and Deep Down, plus 20 bonus tracks also recorded with Niney The Observer behind the consul. Something of a child prodigy, Dennis Brown was 18 at the time of the first of the albums presented here, but was already an eight year veteran on the Jamaican music scene. Even so it was clear that this album featured an artist who was starting to fulfil his massive potential. He was being seen in Jamaica as the natural successor to Bob Marley, who was then at the apex of his powers. Marley could see that Brown was a talent in the making and went on record stating Dennis was his favourite singer, bestowing the Crown Prince Of Reggae tag on the younger man. He was spot on too.
The best of these possible worlds yielded Deep Down With Dennis Brown, an album as exceptional as it is rare. Tracklist: 01. Dennis Brown - So Long (Rastafari Calling) 02. Dennis Brown - Travelling Man 03. Dennis Brown - You're No Good 04. Dennis Brown - Lightning and Thunder 05. Dennis Brown - Open the Gate 06. Dennis Brown - Go Now 07. Dennis Brown - God Bless My Soul 08. Dennis Brown - My Mama Say (aka Truth and Rights) 09. Dennis Brown - Shame (Shame, Shame) 10. Dennis Brown - Tribulation (feat. Niney the Observer) 11. Dennis Brown - Why Seek More (Give a Helping Hand).
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Dennis Brown - Voice Of My Father - (Deep Down). Dennis Brown - If I Follow My Heart. Dennis Brown - Halfway Up, Halfway Down.
|A1||So Long Rastafari||3:13|
|A3||You're No Good||2:45|
|A4||Voice Of My Father||3:35|
|A5||Open The Gate||2:20|
|B1||God Bless Our Soul||3:20|
|B2||Say Mama Say||2:55|
|B5||If You're Right Help The Poor||2:58|
|none||Dennis Brown||Deep Down (LP, Album)||Observer||none||Jamaica||1976|
|HJLP-8715||Dennis Brown||So Long Rastafari (LP, Album)||Harry J Records||HJLP-8715||US||1979|
|none||Dennis Brown||Deep Down (LP, Album)||Observer||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|BB58||Dennis Brown||Deep Down (LP, RE)||Observer, Iroko Records||BB58||France||2014|