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Inna Heights (1997)

Artist: Buju Banton
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Format: CD
Sku: 60057745
UPC: 737748206820
UPC 14: 00737748206820
Release Date: 11/25/1997
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Our Father In Zion ~ Buju Banton
2. Hills And Valleys ~ Buju Banton
3. Inter Lingua ~ Buju Banton
4. Destiny ~ Buju Banton
5. African Pride ~ Buju Banton
6. Cry No More ~ Buju Banton
7. My Woman Now - (featuring Beres Hammond) ~ Buju Banton
8. Small Axe - (featuring King Stitch) ~ Buju Banton
9. Inter Lingua ~ Buju Banton
10. Redder Than Red ~ Buju Banton
11. Single Parent ~ Buju Banton
12. Inter Lingua ~ Buju Banton
13. Give I Strength - (featuring Ras Shiloh) ~ Buju Banton
14. Close One Yesterday ~ Buju Banton
15. Inter Lingua ~ Buju Banton
16. Love Dem Bad - (featuring Red Rat) ~ Buju Banton
17. Love Sponge ~ Buju Banton
18. Inter Lingua ~ Buju Banton
19. Mother's Cry - (featuring Jahmali/Jah-Mali) ~ Buju Banton
20. 54 I 46 - (featuring Toots Hibbert) ~ Buju Banton
21. Circumstances ~ Buju Banton

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Buju Banton, Beres Hammond (vocals); Michelle Jackson (spoken vocals); Steven Stanley (keyboards); Twiggy, Dorette Wisdom, Danny Browne, Pam Hall, Juliet Nelson, Jamali (background vocals); Frank Burt, Keith Green, C. Sharp, Steven Marsden, Sly Dunbar, Donald Dennis, O.D., Andrew Thomas, Dean Fraser, Mafia, Fluxy, Wycliffe Johnson, David Cole, Egbert, Robert Browne, Toots Hibbert, Red Rat.
Muze PNote Producers: Mark "Buju Banton" Myrie, Donovan German, Danny Browne.
Muze PNote Engineers include: Michael Cooper, Steven Stanley, Andre Tyrell.
Muze PNote INNA HEIGHTS was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Reggae Album.
Muze PNote Personnel: Buju Banton (vocals); Beres Hammond (vocals); Keith Stanley, Steven Stanley (keyboards); Michelle Jackson, Danny Browne, Twiggy, Dorette Wisdom, Pam Hall, Juliet Nelson (background vocals).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: David Kelly ; Steven Stanley ; Tony Kelly.
Muze PNote Recording information: Main Street Studios; Penthouse Recording Studio; Tuff Going Recording Stuido; Tuff Gong Recording Studio.
Muze PNote Photographer: Richard Simpson.
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: Dalton Browne; David Cole; Dean Fraser; Donald Dennis; Funky; Fluxy; Frank Burt; C-Sharp; Egbert Evans; Keith Green; Mafia ; Sly Dunbar; Wycliffe "Steely" Johnson; Steven "Lenky" Marsden; Robert Browne.
Muze PNote Those who despair that reggae hasn't been the same since the passing of Bob Marley will rejoice when they listen to Buju Banton. Without sounding like an imitation, Banton seems to have derived the most of his stylistic inspiration from Marley. This is melodic reggae with an irresistible beat that's easily accessible to those who might not be hard-core reggae fans, without appearing watered-down or "commercialized."
Muze PNote Banton uses '90s technology to carry on Marley's positive-song tradition--there's electronic percussion, but it blends in seamlessly. His voice is a bit similar to Marley's, but is somewhat raspier, and occasionally slips into a rap-influenced dancehall style. Banton even incorporates a bit of dub (echo, reverb and spacy special effects) into his songs, without losing the melodic flow ("My Woman Now"). INNA HEIGHTS will put some bounce into your day.

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Beres Hammond
Muze Guest Artist Red Rat
Muze Guest Artist Toots Hibbert
Muze Guest Artist Sly Dunbar
Muze Guest Artist Dean Fraser
Muze Guest Artist King Stitch
Muze Guest Artist Ras Shiloh
Muze Guest Artist Jah-Mali

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold '99
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold '93
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold '94
Muze Music Compilations Vp 20th Anniversary
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold '98
Muze Music Compilations Many Moods Of Moses
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold '97
Muze Music Compilations Love Has No Boundaries
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold 2005
Muze Music Compilations Melody Life
Muze Music Compilations Sweet Sound Of Cocoa Tea
Muze Music Compilations Island 50 Reggae
Muze Music Compilations Dancehall 101 Volume 6
Muze Music Compilations Victory(Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold 2012
Muze Music Compilations Out Of Many:50 Years Of Jamaican Musi
Muze Music Compilations Marcia Friends
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Golden Jubilee:origins Of Jama
Muze Music Compilations Total Reggae:dancehall
Muze Music Compilations Total Reggae:ragga
Muze Music Compilations Summer Vibes
Muze Music Compilations One Drop
Muze Music Compilations 5 Million Stories Vol 1 & 2
Muze Music Compilations Quintessential Techniques
Muze Music Compilations Revelation Part 1:Root Of Life
Muze Music Compilations Reggae Gold 2011
Muze Music Compilations Strictly The Best Vol 51

Associated Artists and Works

Songz, Trey
Wonder, Wayne
Wonder, Wayne (Reggae)

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 05/23/2005
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1997
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 2068
Music Label Name Label : VP
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00737748206820

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (3/5/98, p.68)
- 3.5 Stars (out of 5)
- "...The gruff-voiced Banton blazes a wider--and far more colorful--social and stylistic path on INNA HEIGHTS....goes a long way toward further establishing Banton as a ghetto messenger of peace and social justice..."

Blender (Magazine)
- 4 stars out of 5 -- "[H]e doesn't so much vocalize as emote, radiating intensity with every syllable."

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