WITH NEWLY LINKED FULL AUDIO CLIPS
'unity is so hard to find,
down here among mankind '
from the song "negative vibe" from the artist,
seemingly unknown, named 'O-ZONE' 197?
In the hopes of finding some learned reggae fans or artists
who may know more of who this group 'O-zone' is, I have
been sitting on this LP for a few years now, and have
some time to post it as segments on my youtube account.
You will find the segments in 4 parts below.
I have uncovered 0-Zero facts or details about this LP.
The cover was non existent, and the pressing is typical
Jamaican with rough labels and stamped print, as you ca
see in the pic, it was printed offset a second time on a side.
o-zones first edition-ZONE
The date is a total mystery, but I would guess around late 70's very early 80's due
to the style of instrumentation, the drumming, the recording mix, the dominating use
analogue instruments, and the use of the synth module sounds that was used in
many disco songs of that time frame also.
ARE A COMPLETE
All we can now say is that this album is one of the most listened to Reggae albums
around these speaker cabinets since OATSTAO had generously burned it from their
sole copy of the LP.
To begin to describe the vibe it's based on positive uplifting Rastafari songs
and the style it's played in is nothing short of classic material.
The inclusion of a straight up ode to marijuana is not at
all a detractor for these souls.
Please take some time if you enjoy Reggae music to listen to
the entire LP we have posted below.
Please also post comments if you liked it, or not.
We always appreciate new information also, and this is one we are dying
to know more about. Probably more than any record in our collection.