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Arthur (Ataman) Ebanks - The Tallest Ganja Tree album download
Arthur (Ataman) Ebanks - The Tallest Ganja Tree album download
Performer: Arthur (Ataman) Ebanks
Title: The Tallest Ganja Tree
Released: 1984
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AA VOX VQF WMA DTS AHX MP3
FLAC size: 1272 mb | MP3 size: 1144 mb | WMA size: 1434 mb
Genre: Reggae

A The Tallest Ganja Tree 7:58 B Rastaman Instrumental 4:58. Arranged By – Roland Prince Producer – Arthur (Ataman) Ebanks.

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The album fared well with critics praising him for leaving behind the Dylan comparisons by crafting his distinctive sound, rejuvenated by the elegance and simplicity of his folk melodies. Repeating the recording process of his previous release, Matsson spent five months at home recording material for his third release There’s No Leaving Now (2012). With stand-out tracks like 1904 and Revelation Blues, the album reached number 14 in the Swedish album charts and number 34 in the US. As The Tallest Man on Earth, Matsson has toured with his wife Amanda who performs under the name Idiot Wind.

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Tracklist

A The Tallest Ganja Tree 7:58
B Rastaman Instrumental 4:58

Credits

  • Arranged By – Roland Prince
  • Producer – Arthur (Ataman) Ebanks*