Cornell Campbell’s distinct falsetto voice, alongside his Rastafarian beliefs in the Mid Seventies, gave him a musical style that added an urgency and righteousness to songs few could match. Whatever the subject matter, Cornell could put across the meaning of the song in what, as with all great singers, seemed effortless, heartfelt, manner.
Jamaican recordings have compiled some of Cornell Campbell’s finest tracks cut with the great producer Bunny Lee put them alongside their dub cuts that were worked over at King Tubby’s studio. The stunning Dance In A Greenwich Town, Gorgon, the timeless Stars and Natty Dread In a Greenwich Farm - all cuts that ruled the sound systems when they first appeared in the 1970’s. So sit back and enjoy the Greenwich Farm Sessions where vocal meets version Respec