“Morning Glory” by Lacksley Castell - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1982 →Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s →

TJR says

Debut album from the 23-year-old singer from Kingston, now 4/5 years in the business. Released on the Negus Roots label, owned by twin brothers Michael Palmer and Robert "Flako" Palmer, produced by the latter. Two singles were released from the LP; last year's “Government Man” urges the rulers to free Gods land for the poor people, whilst this year's “Speak Softly” defaults to his preferred topic of sweetness and love. He was a smoothie. Tragically, he was taken by an illness late in 1983, aged just 24.

The Jukebox Rebel

A1 [03:50] 5.0.png Lacksley Castell - Leaving (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
A2 [03:11] 4.4.png Lacksley Castell - Morning Glory (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
A3 [03:33] 4.5.png Lacksley Castell - Righteous Stand (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
A4 [03:28] 5.0.png Lacksley Castell - Message To My Woman (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
A5 [03:56] 5.4.png Lacksley Castell - Cold Winter Night (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
B1 [03:14] 4.9.png Lacksley Castell - Speak Softly (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
B2 [03:20] 4.2.png Lacksley Castell - Doctor Love (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
B3 [03:04] 5.1.png Lacksley Castell - Bound In Bondage (Lacksley Castell) Reggae
B4 [03:55] 5.5.png Lacksley Castell - Government Man (Lacksley Castell) Reggae

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