Unreleased Classic off Fatis Tapes In The Oven Vol. 2

When a young Dennis Emannuel Brown made his way to Jamaica’s legendary Studio One, he sang songs that laid the foundation for his legacy as the Crown Prince of Reggae. One of the earliest gems he cut for Coxsone Dodd was “No Man Is An Island,” a powerful single that became the title track for his 1972 album of the same name. A quarter century later D. Brown remade the tune for the late great producer Philip Fatis Burrell. Backed by the Firehouse Crew, Dennis Brown sounds older and wiser and he delivers lyrics of truth that have stood the test of time. This crucial mid-’90s update has never been released before, but thanks to producer Kareem Burrell it will now see the light of day on Fatis Tapes In The Oven Vol. 2. With this important reissue series, Remus carries on his father’s legacy while sharing beautiful music with the world. Give thanks.

Audio After The Jump…


“No Man Stands Alone” Run That…

Recorded in 1996 at Music Works Studio 56 Slipe Road, Kingston, Jamaica

Drums – Sly Dunbar 

Bass – Donald Dennis 

Guitars –  Winston Bopee Bowen 

Keyboards – Donald Dennis 

Horns – Dean Fraser 

RECORDED BY PAUL DALEY

MIXED BY STEVEN STANLEY 

PRODUCED BY PHILIP FATIS BURRELL FOR XTERMINATOR PRODUCTIONS

RELEASED BY KAREEM REMUS BURRELL FOR XTM NATION


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