NATTY NEVER GET WEARY * THE CULTURES * HIGH NOTE * JA
The Cultures, aka Culture, were a vocal trio centered around songwriter and lead vocalist the late Joseph 'Culture' Hill, who was born January 1949 in Linstead, Jamaica, along with the other two members Albert Walker and Kenneth Dayes they were previously known as The African Disciples.
As their name might suggest Culture tended to the more serious side of recordings cutting Roots music from their debut with the Joe Gibbs studio in 1976 to 1982 when the group temporarily parted.
Recorded for Sonja Pottinger, who they recorded for after leaving Gibbs, Natty Never Get Weary is a serious tale of harassment and brutality by the security forces of a Rastafarian.
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