King Sporty (Noel Williams) - Deep Reggae Roots - 1976 Konduko

 A1 - Reggae Rockroad
A2 - That's What My Thing Is All About
A3 - Music Maker
A4 - If It's Funky, Wake Me
B1 - Hold Down To The Funk
B2 - Deep Roots
B3 - Safari
B4 - Searching
1976 -- Tashamba / Konduko  
Mastered AtSterling Sound 
Distributed ByT.K. Productions, Inc. 
Published BySherlyn Publishing Co., Inc. 
Phonographic Copyright (p)T.K. Productions, Inc. 
Copyright (c)T.K. Productions, Inc.
 Jamaican born King Sporty (Noel Williams), is well endowed with unbelievable musical talent. He began his musical career in the streets of Kingston. Where he was close friends with many musicians who are now Jamaica's chief exporters of the niow very popular reggae sound. Reggae is a way of life in Jamaica. It's roots are very deeply enbedded in the culture of the small island nation. This album combines reggae with the experience of King Sporty's world travels. king Sporty has successfully blended the reggae sound with America's disco sound. This music has the slow island beat as well as the fast driving beat necessary for today's disco dancers. The musical experience contained in this album promises to be a memorable introduction to King Sporty's ingenious treatment of the reggae sound. To those listeners familiar with King Sporty's earlier works released & selling well in Jamaica, Europe, Africa & the United States, this will be a welcome addition to your collection that will provide hours of pleasurable listening.
Arranged By [Horns]Mike Lewis (7), Ronnie Smith* 
Arranged By [Strings]Mike Lewis (7)
Coordinator [Album Coordinator]Katie Kahrs 
Photography – Joe ElbertProducerAlex Sadkin, Chocolate Clay*, King Sporty 
Written-ByNoel Williams (tracks: A1, A3 to B4), Smith* (tracks: A2)
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