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Judy Mowatt - Black Woman - 1980 - Jamaica


One of the 3 backing vocalists of I-Threes (backing vocalists who accompanied Marley with The Wailers) who had a great participation in the reggae scene in both the 70s and 80s. Her voice spiced works by Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, Big Youth, Pablo Moses, Freddie McGregor, U-Roy, and the Wailing Souls. Judy's small leap came when Marcia Griffiths asked her to record arrangements for a song by Bob Andy at Studio One in 1974 and, consequently, meet Rita Marley and form The I-Threes. With this solo album adding Only A Woman (1982) we find a singer full of lyrics of religious content and in defense of women, with sweet harmonies and excellent bases played by excellent musicians, on this album we find Chinna Smith, Harold Butler, Steven Coore, Freddie McGregor.


Strength To Go Through

Concrete Jungle

Slave Queen

Put It On

Zion Chant

Black Woman

Down In The Valley


Many Are Called

Siters Chant

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