Reggae Power Music (94003)
The enemies of reggaeman Nasio Fontaine are synthesizers - drum machines and fake horns, in particular. Those tunes on Reggae Power that benefit from the human touch of real musicians - such as the drummer on "Africa We Love" and "Racial Pride" - really stand for their added depth. The compositions are equally strong throughout. Fontaine's music is roots to the core, and his lyrics handle such familiar topics as peace and justice, with a suppleness and grace propelled by his smooth voice, and make one long for Fontaine to record his catchy tunes with a real band. - Craig Tower
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