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Gregory Isaacs
Gregory Isaacs SNWMF 2010 1 - on stage-2.jpg
Piyambaké wektu tampil ndhik Sierra Nevada World Music Festival taun 2010
Pratélan latar wuri
Jeneng lairGregory Anthony Isaacs
ParabanCool Ruler
Lonely Lover
Lair(1951-07-15)15 Juli 1951
Kingston, Jamaica
Surud25 Oktober 2010(2010-10-25) (umur 59)
London, England, UK
GénreReggae, lovers rock, dub
PakaryanSinger-songwriter
Mangsa akarya1968–2010
LabèlAfrican Museum, Cash and Carry, Trojan, VP, RAS

Gregory Anthony Isaacs (15 Juli 1951 – 25 Oktober 2010)[1][2][3] kuwi musisi reggae teka Jamaika. Milo Miles, nulis ndhik The New York Times, njabarké Isaacs dadi "penyanyi reggae paling istimewa".[4] Piyambaké nduwé jeneng kahormatan ya iku Cool Ruler.[5]

Albumé[besut | besut sumber]

Luwih teka 500 album sing wis digawé karo Gregory Isaacs sakdawané kariré. Ndèk ngisor iki ya iku album-albumé piyambaké:

  • 1975: In Person (Trojan)
  • 1976: All I Have Is Love (Trojan)
  • 1977: The Best Of Vol. 1 (GG's)
  • 1977: Extra Classic (African Museum)
  • 1977: Mr Isaacs (DEB)
  • 1978: Cool Ruler (Front Line)
  • 1979: Soon Forward (Front Line)
  • 1978: Slum (Gregory Isaacs in Dub) (Burning Sounds)
  • 1979: Gregory Isaacs Meets Ronnie Davis (Plant), with Ronnie Davis
  • 1980: Showcase (Taxi)
  • 1980: Lonely Lover (Pre)
  • 1981: More Gregory (Pre)
  • 1981: The Best Of Vol. 2 (GG's)
  • 1982: Night Nurse (Island/Mango)
  • 1983: The Sensational Gregory isaacs (Vista)
  • 1983: Out Deh! (Island/Mango)
  • 1984: Let's Go Dancing
  • 1985: Judge Not (Greensleeves), with Dennis Brown
  • 1985: Private Beach Party (Greensleeves & RAS)
  • 1985: Easy (Tad's)
  • 1986: Double Dose (Blue Trac), with Sugar Minott
  • 1987: All I Have is Love Love Love (Tad's)
  • 1987: Victim (VP)
  • 1987: Watchman of the City (Rohit)
  • 1988: Come Along (Live & Love)
  • 1988: Red Rose for Gregory (Greensleeves & RAS)
  • 1989: Warning (Firehouse)
  • 1989: Feature Attraction (VP for Mixing Lab Records)
  • 1989: No Contest (Greensleeves & VP), with Dennis Brown
  • 1989: I.O.U. (Greensleeves & RAS)
  • 1990: Dancing Floor (Heartbeat)
  • 1990: Call Me Collect (RAS)
  • 1991: Set Me Free (VP, Digital B & Vine Yard)
  • 1991: No Intention (VP)
  • 1991: Boom Shot (Shanachie)
  • 1991: State of Shock (RAS)
  • 1991: Past and Future (VP)
  • 1992: Pardon Me! (RAS)
  • 1992: Cooyah! (label unknown)
  • 1992: Can't Stay Away (VP & Xterminator)
  • 1992: Rudie Boo (Star Trail)
  • 1993: Unattended // Absent (Pow Wow & Greensleeves)
  • 1993: Unlocked (RAS)
  • 1994: Midnight Confidential (Greensleeves for Xterminator Records)
  • 1995: Dreaming (Heartbeat)
  • 1995: Not a One Man Thing (RAS)
  • 1996: Private Lesson (Heartbeat)
  • 1996: Come Closer[6]
  • 1996: Mr. Cool (VP)
  • 1996: Maximum Respect (House of Reggae)
  • 1997: Hold Tight (Heartbeat)
  • 1997: Hardcore Hits (Ikus)
  • 1997: Dance Curfew (Acid Jazz), with Dread Flimstone
  • 1998: Kingston 14 Denham Town (Jamaican Vibes)
  • 1998: Do Lord (Xterminator)
  • 1997: Happy As A King (Raven)[7]
  • 1999: New Dance (Prestige)
  • 1999: Turn Down The Lights (Artists Only)
  • 2000: So Much Love (Joe Gibbs Music)
  • 2000: Future Attraction (VP)
  • 2000: Father & Son (2B1 – Gregory Isaacs & Son)
  • 2002: It Go Now (2B1)
  • 2004: Life's Lonely Road
  • 2004: Give It All Up (Heartbeat)
  • 2004: Rat Patrol (African Museum)
  • 2004: Masterclass (Greensleeves for Blacker Dread Records)
  • 2005: Revenge (P.O.T.)
  • 2005: Substance Free (Vizion Sounds)
  • 2006: Come take my hand (Mun Mun)
  • 2008: Hold Tight (Mafia & Fluxy)
  • 2008: Brand New Me (African Museum)
  • 2009: My Kind Of Lady (Rude Productions)
  • 2010: Isaacs Meets Isaac, with King Isaac (King Isaac Music)

Cathetan sikil[besut | besut sumber]

  1. "Your tributes to Gregory Isaacs". BBC News. Dijupuk 21 July 2012. 
  2. Thompson, p. 127.
  3. Katz, David (25 October 2010). "Gregory Isaacs obituary". Guardian. Dijupuk 17 March 2013. 
  4. Miles, Milo (1992), "RECORDINGS VIEW; Gregory Isaacs, the Ruler of Reggae", The New York Times, 2 February 1992.
  5. Kiviat, Steve (1996), "Gregory Isaacs", Washington City Paper, 6 – 12 December 1996 (Vol. 16, No. 49).
  6. Option-1995, Issues 60-63; Issue 65, p. 109 "GREGORY ISAACS • Come Closer One of the most prolific and popular singers in the history of reggae, Isaacs has recorded few inspired albums over the past decade. This isn't one of them. The 'Cool Ruler,' as..."
  7. Reissued 2001 by EMI Records; see Happy As A King at cduniverse.com. Retrieved 16 July 2013.