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Michael Smith was an incredibly talented, politically ferocious dub poet who, tragically, lived long enough to release only one record. Highlights include the striking poem, and title track, the epic storytelling of 'Trainer', the emotional pull of 'Mi Feel It' as well as the deft irony and sly humour featured in tracks like 'Black and White' and 'Long Time'. Smith's words, sometimes playful, sometimes heart-rending, were always as sharp as a scalpel. This Black History Month version is remastered at Abbey Road, featuring enhanced artwork, period photos and four bonus instrumental tracks, previously unreleased.
Michael Smith was an incredibly talented, politically ferocious dub poet who, tragically, lived long enough to release only one record. Highlights include the striking poem, and title track, the epic storytelling of 'Trainer', the emotional pull of 'Mi Feel It' as well as the deft irony and sly humour featured in tracks like 'Black and White' and 'Long Time'. Smith's words, sometimes playful, sometimes heart-rending, were always as sharp as a scalpel. This Black History Month version is remastered at Abbey Road, featuring enhanced artwork, period photos and four bonus instrumental tracks, previously unreleased.
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Mi Cyaan Believe It (Uk)
Artist: Michael Smith
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $44.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Black and White
2. Mi Feel It
3. Mi Cyaan Believe It
4. Long Time
5. Trainer
6. Mi Feel It
7. Long Time
8. Picture or No Picture
9. Roots
10. It a Come
11. Give Me a Little Dub Music
12. Picture or No Picture
13. Give Me a Little Dub Music

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Michael Smith was an incredibly talented, politically ferocious dub poet who, tragically, lived long enough to release only one record. Highlights include the striking poem, and title track, the epic storytelling of 'Trainer', the emotional pull of 'Mi Feel It' as well as the deft irony and sly humour featured in tracks like 'Black and White' and 'Long Time'. Smith's words, sometimes playful, sometimes heart-rending, were always as sharp as a scalpel. This Black History Month version is remastered at Abbey Road, featuring enhanced artwork, period photos and four bonus instrumental tracks, previously unreleased.
        
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