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The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time Album

The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time Album
The Mighty Diamonds
Right Time
Roots Reggae
L 36883
FLAC size:
2465 mb
MP3 size:
2329 mb
WMA size:
2061 mb


1Shame And Pride3:20
2Have Mercy3:15
3I Need A Roof2:05
4Them Never Love Poor Marcus2:45
6Natural Natty2:05
7Right Time3:15
8Go Seek Your Rights3:05
9Why Me Black Brother ? Why ?3:10
10Gnashing Of Teeth3:05


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JOE JOE 101The Mighty Diamonds When The Right Time Come (I Need A Roof) ‎(LP, Album)Well ChargeJOE JOE 101Jamaica1976
OVED 107The Mighty Diamonds Right Time ‎(LP, RE)VirginOVED 107UKUnknown
noneThe Mighty Diamonds Right Time ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl, Gat)Not On LabelnoneItaly1976
V 2052The Mighty Diamonds Right Time ‎(LP, Album, Gat)VirginV 2052UK1976
VIL 12052The Mighty Diamonds Right Time ‎(LP)VirginVIL 12052Italy1976


  • BassRanchie, Robbie
  • DrumsHossie, Sly
  • EngineerErnest Hoo Kim, Ossie
  • Guitar [Lead]Rad Bryan, Tony
  • KeyboardsAnsel Collins, Ossie
  • PercussionSticky
  • ProducerJoseph Hoo Kim
  • Saxophone [Alto]Marques
  • Saxophone [Tenor]Tommy McCook
  • TromboneDon D Junior


Recorded & Mixed at Channel One


  • Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.


Right Time - The Mighty Diamonds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Right Time is the 1976 studio album debut of influential reggae band the Mighty Diamonds. The album, released by Virgin Records after they signed the Mighty Diamonds following a search for talent in Jamaica, is critically regarded as a reggae classic, a landmark in the roots reggae subgenre. Several of the album's socially conscious songs were hits in the band's native Jamaica, with a few becoming successful in the UK underground. Influential and sometimes unconventional, the album helped secure the. Right Time. Mighty Diamonds. I Need a Roof. The Mighty Diamonds. WMG, UMG от лица компании Virgin Records Ltd AMRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UMPG Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPI, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Greensleeves Music Publishing, CMRRA, ARESA, BMG Rights Management US, LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 7. Songs in album The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time Come 1999. The Mighty Diamonds - Cho Mi Brethren. The Mighty Diamonds - Country Living. The Mighty Diamonds - The Right Time. The Mighty Diamonds - Shame & Pride. The Mighty Diamonds - Stoned Out Of My Mind. The Mighty Diamonds - Back Whey. The Mighty Diamonds - Africa. The Mighty Diamonds - Plastic World. The Mighty Diamonds - There's No Me Without You. The Mighty Diamonds - Why Me Black Broth. Listen free to The Mighty Diamonds Right Time Right Time, Why Me Black Brother Why and more. 10 tracks 29:17. Few reggae bands evoked their audience's suffering as viscerally as the Mighty Diamonds, not least because of lead vocalist Donald Tabby Shaw. Although overshadowed by stars like Bunny Wailer, Shaw's aching lilt remains a compelling signature of the roots-oriented '70s era. His graceful yet forceful presence on songs like I Need a Roof - which laments lack of housing - is exactly what the music needs. A strong moralistic undertone runs throughout the album. The Right Time. Current time: 0 seconds0:00. Duration: 3 minutes 24 seconds3:24. Toggle mute. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Current track: The Right TimeThe Right Time. The Mighty Diamonds Right Time is a seminal roots album from 1976 that ushered in Jamaica's new rockers reggae sound, with its faster pace and militant double-tapped drum patterns. Here's 8 of the 10 tracks from that album, custom-mixed inna showcase style featuring vocal tracks, deejay versions and dub sides. Up to 4 versions pon dese riddim tracks here Music performed by The Revolutionaries band. Tracks produced by Joseph Hoo Kim, engineered by Ernest Hoo Kim and Ossie Hibbert. Dub tracks from the album Vital Dub Strictly Rockers. U Roy tracks f. The 1976 debut album from reggae trio Mighty Diamonds doesnt usually get lumped in with other roughly contemporary works of Jamaican revolutionary agit-prop, and the reasons why arent difficult to comprehend. Burning Spears Marcus Garvey, the Abyssinians Satta Massagana, and Cultures Two Sevens Clash all spelled out their apocalyptic intentions - even the album titles promised deep dives into sufferation. While Burning Spears dense tribute to Jamaicas Pan-Africanist visionary featured the dignified visage of Garvey himself as artwork, the Diamonds took to Right Times cover as a bare-ch