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Joseph Israel


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As a youth Joseph Israel found substantial comfort in the music of Bob Marley & other reggae greats. Joseph spent his teenage years studying the Bible & reasoning with many rasta elders on his many trips to Jamica. Learning guitar from and living with Earl China Smith, Joseph was blessed with a great understanding with truth and rights music. Communicating through his songs the hope and the message of the scriptures, Josephs music is an uplifting experience. He returned to Jamaica to produce what many are calling a Master Piece album. The production took place in Kingston at Jamaica’s top studios. These studios included Tuff Gong (Bob Marleys studio), Big Yard (Shaggys studio), Buss Out Studios (Chris Meredith’s studio), and Bobby Digitals studio. Once again Joseph was recording with Jamaica’s … 1 musicians which included Chris Meredith on Bass, Earl Chinna Smith (Melchezidic the High Priest) on lead guitar, Dean Fraiser on sax, Ian Beezy Coleman on rhythm guitar, Wilburn Squidley Cole on drums, Paul Scooby Smith on keys, Bubbler, and Paul Wrong Move Crossdale on piano. Also included in this line up are, the harmony vocals of Erica Newell and Rochelle Bradshaw. This culmination of musicians, are comprised of Ziggy Marley and Lucianos bands. They have united together to form the Jerusalem Band for this new CD entitled Gone are the Days. The music and lyrics of this CD reflect Israel’s deep-rooted knowledge of the Bible.


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  • witness4yah

    Shalom achi! Yah bless you always AMEIN! HalleluYAH!!

    26 May 2009 Reply
  • ryanis1985

    Big up rasta! yuh vibes a mek i a mon irie! Jah Bless mi bredren.

    11 May 2009 Reply
  • siedem777

    Praise & Worship music + Roots Reggae = My Music :)

    15 Oct 2008 Reply

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