Freedom Street

Freedom Street

Ken Boothe’s only album for Leslie Kong’s Beverley’s Records. It is a collection of the singles he recorded whilst there.

Artist: Ken Boothe

Genre: Reggae

Label: Charly

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The title track written by Harris Seaton became an anthem of intent. It became a huge hit and an early Reggae Classic. Freedom Street is an important artefact and classic Beverley’s album. As well as other Seaton compositions inspired version of satisfaction, Mungo Jerry’s smash hit of the moment In the Summertime and The Royalettes girl group hit It’s gonna take a miracle are three cover versions. Drums of Freedom and Love and Unity point the way to what would typify reggae in the coming generation. The two bonus tracks takes us back to Ken’s Soul singer days but with an almost psychedelic twist to it.

About the artist

Kenneth George Boothe OD is a Jamaican vocalist known for his distinctive vibrato and timbre. Boothe achieved an international reputation as one of Jamaica's finest vocalists through a series of crossover hits that appealed to both reggae fans and mainstream audiences.

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