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Judy Mowatt - Black Woman album download

Performer: Judy Mowatt
Title: Black Woman
Style: Roots Reggae
Released: 1979
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1670 mb
Size FLAC version: 1264 mb
Size WMA version: 1151 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 569
Genre: Reggae

Judy Mowatt - Black Woman album download

Holding Up Half The Sky: Women In Reggae/Roots Daughters. Авторы текста и музыки.

Produced by Judy Mowatt. Black woman, ooh, black woman Light me up, troubled long You trod one of life's roughest roads You got the heaviest load

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Her Black Woman album (Ashandan, 1979) came out the same year as I Three member Marcia Griffiths's album At Studio One. It is considered by many critics to be the greatest reggae album by a female artist She became the first female singer nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of reggae music when her Working Wonders album was nominated in 1985.

Black Woman ‎ (LP, Album). Grove Music, Island Records. judy mowatt concrete jungle 5:34. Judy Mowatt - Put It On 4:23. Judy Mowatt - Black Woman 3:59. JUDY MOWATT 'Black Woman' 3:22. Judy Mowatt - Zion Chant 3:20. Judy Mowatt Slave Queen 3:59.

Gospel traditions also deeply inform her lyrics, which are generally concerned with spiritual issues. That said, Black Woman is something of a mixed bag. It includes three fine versions of Bob Marley compositions ("Concrete Jungle," "Put It On" and the rare and lovely "Down in the Valley"), as well as Freddie McGregor's "Zion Chant" and six Mowatt originals. Mowatt's songs vary rather drastically in quality: "Slave Queen," for example, is flat both lyrically and melodically, but "Many Are Called" is a masterpiece.

Judy Mowatt - Black Woman. Album style: roots reggae Recorded: 1979 First released: 1979 Other releases: 1979, 1980, 1983. Playlist: Strength To Go Through. Put It On. Zion Chant. Producer: Judy Mowatt.

Album: Holding Up Half the Sky: Women In Reggae/Roots Daughters, 2005. com/judymowatt The beautiful and Blessed Ms Judy Mowatt, who is most famed as one of the I-Threes in Marley & the Wailers. Black Woman' comes from her debut album of the same title released in 1979 (1980 USA), and was inspired as a tribute to the Mothers of past times and became a source of pride and strength to Black women at the time (and still does). The first female reggae artist to produce her own album, it was re-released in 2005.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Strength To Go Through
Written-By – J. Mowatt*
A2 Concrete Jungle
Written-By – Bob Marley
A3 Slave Queen
Written-By – J. Mowatt*
A4 Put It On
Written-By – Bob Marley
A5 Zion Chant
Written-By – F. McGregor*
B1 Black Woman
Written-By – J. Mowatt*
B2 Down In The Valley
Written-By – Bob Marley
B3 Joseph
Written-By – J. Mowatt*
B4 Many Are Called
Written-By – J. Mowatt*
B5 Sisters' Chant
Written-By – J. Mowatt*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Harry J's Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Dynamic Sounds Studios
  • Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio
  • Mixed At – Aquarius Studio
  • Remixed At – Tuff Gong Recording Studio
  • Published By – Ashandan Music
  • Printed By – Total Graphics Ltd.
  • Published By – Tuff Gong Music
  • Published By – Syndicate Music
  • Distributed By – Tuff Gong Records Ltd.


  • Alto Saxophone – Headley Bennett*
  • Arranged By – F. McGregor* (tracks: A3, A5), G. Chung* (tracks: A2, B3, B5), J. Mowatt* (tracks: A1, A5, B1, B4, B5)
  • Backing Vocals – Anicea Banks*, Joy Tulloch, Pam Hall, Sharon Tucker
  • Bass – Ewan Lewis, Maskel I*, Howard Spread Bedassié* (tracks: B3)
  • Design – Jacko
  • Drums – Freddie Mc Gregor*, Leroy (Horsemouth) Wallace* (tracks: A5, B5)
  • Electronic Drums [Syndrum], Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Freddie McGregor
  • Engineer [Mixed] – F. McGregor*, J. Mowatt*
  • Engineer [Mixing] – Aston (Family Man) Barrett*, Mervin Williams*
  • Engineer [Recording] – Barnibas*, G. Chung*, Sylvan Morris
  • Engineer [Remix], Engineer [Mixing] – Dennis Thompson
  • Flute – Herbert Chang
  • Guitar – Dalton Browne*, Earl Smith*, Issachar*, Cat Coore*, Tony Chin
  • Keyboards – Wire*, Geoffrey Chung, Harold Butler, Mikey Hewlette*, Stelley*, Tyrone Downie
  • Melodica – Harold Butler
  • Percussion – Everton Carrington, Scully*, Orville Wood, Ras Inefire Tyoi
  • Photography By – Neville Garrick
  • Producer, Backing Vocals – Judy Mowatt
  • Tenor Saxophone – Enroy Grant
  • Trumpet [1st] – Arnold Brackenridge
  • Trumpet [2nd] – Donald Greaves


'Thanks to the God of Israel-Rastafari.
Song Joseph dedicated to Bro. Bob Marley.'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): JM 1000 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): JM 1000 B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ILPS 9649 Judy Mowatt Black Woman ‎(LP, Album) Grove Music, Island Records ILPS 9649 UK 1980
SH 43011 Judy Mowatt Black Woman ‎(LP, Album) Shanachie SH 43011 US 1983
none Judy Mowatt Black Woman ‎(LP, Album) Tuff Gong none Jamaica Unknown
GEN 3014 Judy Mowatt Black Woman ‎(LP, Album) Generation Records GEN 3014 Canada 1980
6313 090, none Judy Mowatt Black Woman ‎(LP, Album) Mercury, Ashandan 6313 090, none Jamaica 1979