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East of the River Nile

East of the River Nile is a 1977 reggae album (see 1977 in music) by Jamaican musician Augustus Pablo. A purely instrumental album, East of the River Nile is based off Pablo's skill at the melodica.

East of the River Nile charted on Billboard's Reggae Albums chart in 2002 (see 2002 in music), peaking at #13.

Track listing

  1. Chant to King Selassie I (with Ja-Malla Band[?])
  2. Natural Way (with Ja-Malla Band)
  3. Nature Dub (Swaby)
  4. Upfull Living (Swaby)
  5. Unfinished Melody (Swaby)
  6. Jah Light (Swaby)
  7. Memories of the Ghetto (Swaby)
  8. Africa (1983) (Swaby)
  9. East of the River Nile (Swaby)
  10. Sounds from Levi (Swaby)
  11. Chapter 2 (Swaby)
  12. Addis Ababa (Swaby)

Personnel

  • Bagga - Bass
  • Aston Barrett - Bass
  • Carlton "Carlie" Barrett - Drums
  • Noel Benbow - Drums
  • Everton DaSilva - Percussion
  • Clayton Downie - Bass
  • Max Edwards - Drums
  • Augustus Pablo - Organ, Piano, Strings, Keyboards, Vocals, Clavinet, Melodica, Producer
  • Robbie Shakespeare - Bass
  • Earl "Chinna" Smith - Guitar
  • Earl "Bagga" Walker - Bass



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