Am I Black Enough for You?: Jamaican Songs of Freedom ()

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Black pride and cultural awareness were exploding across the globe in the '70s, from soul and funk rave-ups in the U.S. to Afrobeat and highlife workouts in Africa and finally to reggae meditations in Jamaica, ground zero for the Trojan collection Am I Black Enough for You? Jamaican Songs of Freedom 1970-1979. A slightly different stripped-down mix of Ken Boothe's classic (and hauntingly paranoid) reading of Syl Johnson's "Is It Because I'm Black" leads off the set. Covers of U.S. soul tunes have always been popular with ...

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  1. Is It Because I'm Black
  2. Black a Kill Black
  3. Am I Black Enough for You
  4. Message from a Blackman
  5. Black On Black (Be a Man)
  6. Equal Rights
  7. Africa Is for Black Man
  8. Black and Proud
  9. Arise Blackman
  10. Blackman Time
  11. Black Man's Word
  12. Macabee Version
  13. Botheration
  14. Fire Burning
  15. In Dis Ya Time
  16. Don't Call Me Nigger
  17. Black Man's Time
  18. Black Oppressor
  19. History
  20. Proud to Be Black (aka Be a Man)
  21. Born to Be Black (Reprise)
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