Party Time (The Heptones album)
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|Studio album by The Heptones|
|Producer||Lee "Scratch" Perry|
|The Heptones chronology|
Party Time is a studio album by The Heptones and backing band called The Upsetters, released in 1977. Along with Junior Murvin's Police and Thieves and Max Romeo's War Ina Babylon, this album can be seen as part of a Black Ark Lee 'Scratch' Perry produced "holy trinity". Highlights include the title track, a Rasta-influenced cover of Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released", the menacing "Storm Cloud", and the determined "Road Of Life". After years of being out of print, this classic album has been remastered and re-released on Chris Blackwell's Palm Pictures label.
All tracks composed by Leroy Sibbles; except where indicated
- "Party Time"
- "Crying Over You"
- "Now Generation"
- "Mr. President"
- "Serious Time" (Barry Llewelyn)
- "I Shall Be Released" (Bob Dylan)
- "Storm Cloud"
- "Road of Life"
- "Why Must I"
- "Sufferer's Time" (Lee "Scratch" Perry)
- Leroy Sibbles - vocals, bass
- David Madden - horn
- Keith Sterling - piano
- Boris Gardiner - bass
- Phill "Fil" Callender - rhythm guitar
- Winston Wright - keyboards
- Glen DaCosta - horn
- Earl Morgan - vocals, guitar
- Willie Lindo - lead guitar
- Michael "Mikey Boo" Richards - drums
- Noel "Scully" Simms - percussion
- R. William - phase guitar
- Vin Gordon - horn
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