Rasta Communication is the classic 1978 album by Keith Hudson (1947 – 1984), the celebrated singer/ songwriter / producer remembered for this seminal album and equally influential “Pick A Dub”. Recorded at Randy’s, Channel One & Chalk Farm with a final tweak from Prince Jammy at King Tubby’s, the album featured a line-up of Jamaica’s finest musicians including Family Man & Carlton Barrett and Sly & Robbie. All the ingredients were in place for a five-star classic, and the results did not disappoint. This early Greensleeves release saw Keith Hudson acclaimed by both the core reggae fans and new wave journalists all agreeing that the life affirming Rasta Communication captured Keith at his creative peak.
The original ten track album expanded with:
• Re-mastered 27 track deluxe package
• CD 2 contains full dub companions to original album including;
• “I Broke The Comb Dub”(previously unreleased)
• Four bonus 12” single mixes
• Two non-LP Jamaican single mixes; “Rasta Country” & “Jonah” (First time on CD)