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Burning Spear / Freeman
Album:Freeman Collection:Reggae
Artist:Burning Spear Added:07/2003
Label:Burning Spear 

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Add Date:2003-07-14 Pull Date:2003-09-15 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:21 Sep27 Jul20 Jul
Airplays:111

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 14, 2009:Music Casserole
Loved for Who I Am
4.Sep 15, 2003:jack & katie
Loved for Who I Am
2.Feb 01, 2006:Deep in the Groove
They Can't
5.Jul 22, 2003:No Cover, No Minimum
Ha Ha
3.Dec 06, 2005:Foreplay and Sex Wax
Changes
6.Jul 18, 2003:The Back Of The Class
Hey Dready

Album Review
Fo
Reviewed 2003-07-11 
BURNING SPEAR - FreeMan
Burning Spear, 2003

This is the first new studio album from Burning Spear in about four years. He's stayed true to the classic roots sound, and all of these are Rastafarian tunes of faith and social commentary, in the classic style. Perhaps the songs are too simplistic and repetitive, but otherwise, this is a solid release.

Fo's Picks: 3, 6, 8, 11, 12

1. midtempo, keep your trust in Jah
2. simple, perky song of faith in Jah
3. nice positive vibe & cute groove
4. tropical vibe, social message
5. celebration of music, w/rock guitar
6. Rastafarian pride song; good vocal
7. let de Rastas live in peace, mon!
8. great message and a bubbly beat
9. Marcus Garvey praise
10. honoring the old school of reggae
11. message of strength; good background
12. uptempo, chant-like call for change

[ Fo ] - 7/11/03

Track Listing
1.Trust 7.Freeman
2.We Feel It 8.Loved for Who I Am
3.Ha Ha 9.Rise Up
4.Not Guilty 10.Old School
5.Rock and Roll 11.They Can't
6.Hey Dready 12.Changes