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Baker's Dozen

The Favourite Albums Of Cornershop's Tjinder Singh
John Doran , July 10th, 2012 07:01

Celebrate Cornershop's appearance in our mid-year compilations chart with Tjinder Singh's Baker's Dozen


Yellowman Mr Yellowman
This was a gateway album for me. I used to get my reggae from Wolverhampton’s Libraries. They had a lot of albums by The Scientist and Yellowman. I’ve never really looked at it as dancehall myself. Back then I think it was his humour and his delivery that gave him the edge over all of his contemporaries. In my mind no one has ever gotten this kind of music better than him. He dressed really good. He had the audience behind him… well, he certainly had the ladies behind him which was great.

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