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Ernest Ranglin

Below The Bassline

Release Notes
  • A Jamaican national treasure guitarist’s 1996 masterpiece

Ernest Langlin, the world’s best guitarist who has been involved in the birth and development of ska, rocksteady and reggae since the 1950s and has contributed to the fusion of jazz and reggae, is a jazz pianist, Monty Alexander, jazz drummer and idris.・ A jazz reggae masterpiece left on the 1996 Island Jamaica Jazz label, which was recorded in NY with Muhammad, Skatalites saxophonist, Roland Alfonso and others.

Ernest Ranglin’s own masterpiece “Surfin’” (A2), Congos “Congo Man Chant” (A1), Augustus Pablo “King Tubby Meets The Rockers” (A3), Abyssinians “Satta Massagana” (A4) , Toots & The Matals “54-46 (Was My Number)” (B1), Johnny Clark “None Shall Escape The Judgment” (B2), The Skatalites “Ball Of Fire” (B3), Burning Spear “Black Disciples” "(B4), a Jamaican national treasure guitarist’s 1996 masterpiece that sublimated a masterpiece representing ska and roots reggae into jazz reggae.