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Bedouin Soundclash

Street Gospels

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Bedouin Soundclash
Street Gospels
Dine Alone
When Zellers included “When The Night Feels My Song” in an ad, Bedouin Soundclash’s sophomore release Building a Mosaic was blasted out of the gate. But Zellers’ help was a double-edged sword---the album shot up the charts, but it did so with an air of novelty. Three years later, the Kingston trio has finally returned with a follow-up, Street Gospels, and their credibility is safe. With tracks such as “Gunships,” “Nico on the Night Train” and “Hush,” Bedouin Soundclash’s brand of gospel-infused reggae is as infectious as it is identifiable. If there was going to be an album, (other than Bob Marley’s), that you could roll up and smoke, this is it.
Trevor Savory

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