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Changes

by Kenny Rox

Borne of generations of musical experience, this long-anticipated debut album combines elements poetic, political, and introspective under the undeniably warm spell of reggae.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Fish A Man Spree
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2. Changes
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3. Discrimination
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4. Music Is My Booze
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5. Me and You
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6. Promises
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7. No Turning Back
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8. My Empress
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9. Stay Alive
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10. No Opportunity
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11. Is this For Real
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12. Encore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kenny Rox, christened Kenneth Roxborough hails from a musical family. His father Solomon, a renown master tenosax, is recognised as a "jack of all trades" as he is able to professionally play any musical instrument set before him. While his brother, Chelem, is not only a well sought after bass player, but he is able to hold his own on any other musical instruments.
Kenny Rox's solo career actually started back in 1967, when he released "Glory Of Love", but things didn't happen the way he wanted, with the sinlgle not doing too well, so he took a break for a while.

In 1975, he came back on the music scene as lead vocal for the group "The Emotional". He stuck with them for about five years and together they released three singles in England "River Stream", "That's How I Feel", and "Frustration". He had as much better luck this time, as the three sogns did great on the English charts.

Later he joined the Wadadah group, of which he is still a member. He is also at the present time back-up vocal for Stephen Marley. But now he returns as a solo artiste. Look out world, 'cause this time Kenny Rox is here to stay with his new release "Changes."

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