War of Words (Singers & Players album)


War of Words (Singers & Players album)

Infobox Album | Name = War Of Words
Type = Album
Artist = Singers & Players


Released = U.S. 1981 - U.K. 1982
Recorded = On-U Sound Records - London
Genre = Reggae,Dub
Length =
Label = U.S. 99 Records - U.K. On-U Sound Records
Producer = Adrian Sherwood

"War Of Words" is the first album by Singers & Players. It was released in the U.S. on 99 Records in November 1981 and then in the U.K. on On-U Sound Records in August 1982. It was produced by Adrian Sherwood.

Track listing

"Side One"

# "Devious Women"
# "Quante Jubila"
# "Sit And Wonder"
# "Fit To Survive"

"Side Two"

# "Reaching The Bad Man"
# "World Of Dispentation"
# "91 Vibrations"

Personnel

* Bim Sherman - Vocals
* Prince Far I - Vocals
* Antonio "Crucial Tony" Phillips - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
* Jah Woosh
* Charles "Eskimo Fox" Kelly - Backing Vocals
* George Oban - Bass
* Keith Levene - Guitar
* Keith "Lizard" Logan - Bass, Vocals
* Veral "Mr. Magoo" Rose - Percussion
* Ari Up - Keyboards
* Clifton "Bigga" Morrison - Keyboards
* Peter "Doctor Pablo" Stroud - Keyboards
* Nick Plytas - Keyboards
* Lincoln "Style" Scott - Drums


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