Woman Capture Man
Woman Capture Man

Woman Capture Man


180 gram audiophile vinyl
Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured vinyl

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Woman Capture Man
The Ethiopians was one of Jamaica's most popular bands during the late ska, rocksteady and early reggae periods. Their third album Woman a Capture Man is a quieter record than their first releases. During that time Reggae music was shifting from the rough and faster songs towards a smoother and slower level. With the vocals of The Ethiopians in front of the mix and the organ sound in the background they recorded some harmonic and sweet songs. Woman a Capture Man shows us a band that's still developing and changing, in a good way.

When their third album was released, reggae music was shifting from rough and fast towards a smoother and slower level. With the smooth vocals of The Ethiopians in front of the mix and the organ sound in the background, they recorded Woman Capture Man. The album is produced by J.J. Johnson, who was a major influence on Jamaican ska and rocksteady music during the 1960s revolution.

The Ethiopians was founded by Leonard Dillon, Stephen Taylor and Aston Morrison. They recorded different single hits, like "Train to Skaville" and "Owe Me No Pay Me". During the tension times in Jamaica they let us hear a positive sound.

Woman Capture Man is available as a limited individually numbered edition of 1000 copies on gold coloured vinyl.


A1.  Woman Capture Man 
A2.  Things A Get Bad To Worse 
A3.  Joy Joy 
A4.  So You Look On It 
A5.  High High 
A6.  Everything Crash 

B1.  I'll Never Get Burn 
B2.  Opportunity 
B3.  Hong Kong Flu 
B4.  Hang On 
B5.  I Want You My Baby 
B6.  Your Promise