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Nasio Fontaine The Best Of Greatest Hits Mix By Djeasy

Nasio Fontaine The Best Of Greatest Hits Mix By Djeasy

Nasio is the youngest of seven children born to a Carib Indian mother and father of African descent, in the village of Carte-Bois. When he was eight years old, Nasio began singing in the Bagatelle school and the village Catholic church choirs. Nasio had a habit of making instruments out of everything he could find. His father, Atto, made his very first instrument, a piece of board with fishing lines for strings. He was inspired at an early age by calypso artists and soul musicians such as Curtis Mayfield, Sam Cooke, and Marvin Gaye.

In 1981, he moved from Dominica to the island of St. Maarten where he became influenced by Rastafari and reggae artists such as Joseph Hill, Burning Spear, Jacob Miller, and Bob Marley, to whom he is often compared. He recorded his first 12-inch single “Born to Be Free” in 1986, which sold over 5,000 copies in St. Maarten (the island’s biggest ever selling single), and followed it with the EP Babylon is Falling in 1990. His first full length CD Reggae Power (1994) was followed by Wolf Catcher (1997) and Revolution (1999). Living in the Positive was released by Ras Records in 2004. In 2005 Nasio recorded the album Universal Cry at Long View in Massachusetts and Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in the UK; collaborating with producer Richard Evans. Universal Cry was released on the Greensleeves record label in the summer of 2006 to critical acclaim. Fontaine’s popularity has spread to Africa, where performed in 2006. He also performed at the Glastonbury Festival in the UK in 2007


1. Arm & dangerous
2. Crucial
3. When
4. Unite
5. Black Tuesday
6. Jah calling
7. Black & comely
8. Where we belong
9. Babylon you doom
10. Jah glory
11. Truth will reveal
12. Under attack
13. Hypocrites
14. Africa we love
15. Turn your hate around
16. Jah wont forsake i
17. Justice
18. babylon
19. Racial pride
20. Jah jah see
21. No Babylon
22. Prophet
23. Reggae music
24. No love
25. Riding on
26. African spirit
27. Dangerous
28. Herb & loving
29. Ithiopia
30. New song
31. Rainbow generation
32. Wanna go home
33. Born to be free (live)

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