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Rosco Gordon was best known for being one of the progenitors of a slightly shambolic, loping style of piano shuffle called "Rosco's Rhythm". The basic elements of this sound were further developed after Jamaican musicians got a hold of 45s Gordon recorded in the early 1950s, which were not available to Jamaicans until 1959 and created ska, which took it's name for the sound of this particular shuffle as it sounded being played on an electric guitar (ska-ska-ska). Even the legendary Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records who produced Bob Marely, the Wailers and Peter Tosh cited Gordon's importance to reggae and ska music and championed the sound he helped create. NO DARK IN AMERICA features the last recordings from Rosco Gordon completed just before his death in 2002.

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1) No Dark in America
2) Cheese ; Crackers
3) Early in the Morning
4) A Night in Rio
5) Girl in My World
6) You Don't Care About Nothing
7) I Am the One
8) That's What You Do to Me
9) You Look Bad When You're Naked
10) Love on Top of Love
11) Takes a Lot of Loving
12) Are You Mine?
13) When Baby Come Home
14) One More Time
15) Now You're Gone

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