The Genesis
Released October 2012
Format CD
Type Original
Added on Monday, 11 February 2013
Genre Reggae/Dancehall
Price 9.99 USD
Number of discs 1
Edition date 2012
Country Jamaica
Label Boot Camp Records


The Genesis is a delightfully coherent album of 14 tracks by legendary hitmaker/ Producer Paul “Computer Paul” Henton. Press play and you dive into a musical journey characterized by earthy bass lines, rootsy, subtle beats, heavenly keyboard melodies adding musical depth, rocky guitar licks, all accentuated with carefully inserted, angelic background vocals. Both the music and the lyrics immediately evoke the golden heydays of roots reggae and some of its greatest legends. The melancholic keyboards in Going Home have an almost Lucky Dube-esk feel, while tunes like Struggles of Africa recall Burning Spear with their deep spirituality and jazzy brass sections.

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