Many Moods of Max Romeo.
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1944) is a Jamaican reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country and in the United Kingdom. Romeo had several hits with the vocal group the Emotions . 1999: Open the Iron Gate: 1973–77. 1999: The Many Moods of Max Romeo. 2000: Pray for Me: 1967 to 1973 – The Best of Max Romeo. 2002: Perilous Times: 1974–1999. 2002: The Coming of Jah – Anthology 1967–76. 2003: Ultimate Collection. 2004: Wet Dream – The Best of Max Romeo. 2008: Best Of. 2009: 36 Carat Golden Hits.
Many Moods of Max Romeo. Many Moods of Max Romeo released. I Love My Music is the third studio album, released in 1978 by Wild Cherry. It includes "Don't Stop, Get Off," a single with no lyrics outside the title itself, sung in a strident voice, backed by horns playing a funky riff. Also featured on the album is "1 2 3 Kind of Love," which, while never released as a single, did receive radio airplay and is still played occasionally on beach music programs and oldies stations today. The record sleeve displays a sexy woman in silk panties and high heels, in a photographic style that was en vogue at the time of the recording
Romeo's next album, Reconstruction was self-produced and suffered accordingly. Without Perry, the singer seemed to have lost his bearings, and in 1978, he left Jamaica for the . His profile was heightened by the . release of The Many Moods of Max Romeo, which gathered up a diverse group of tracks cut between 1967 and 1971. It was on a resulting trip to Britain that he met up with Jah Shaka, whose own sound system was responsible for keeping roots alive in the . Having moved into production, Jah Shaka eschewed fashion, with his style remaining defiantly steppers rhythm based.
A compilation album, The Many Moods of Max Romeo, was released in the UK in 1999. In 2014, he released the album Father and Sons, a collaboration with his sons Ronaldo and Romario (known as the duo Rominal). His daughter Azana Smith has also started a recording career under the name Xana Romeo. Further records that came out in 1969 were "Belly Woman", "Wine Her Goosie" and "Mini-Skirt Vision", as well as Max Romeo's debut LP, A Dream. Romeo was banned from performing at several venues during a tour of the UK. In 1970, Romeo returned to Jamaica setting up Romax, an unsuccessful record label and sound system, and released in 1971 his second album, Let the Power Fall. Ultimate Collection: Max Romeo. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
|A2||I Can't Do No More||2:43|
|A4||I'll Buy You A Rainbow||2:55|
|A5||No Use To Cry||2:45|
|A6||Walk Into The Dawn||2:40|
|A7||Wine Her Goosie||2:59|
|A8||A No Fi Mi Piccn'y||3:09|
|B1||I Don't Want To Lose Your Love||2:56|
|B2||You Can't Stop Me||2:17|
|B4||Love Oh Love||2:47|
|B5||Michael (Row The Boat Ashore)||2:34|
|B8||Let The Power Fall On I||2:27|
- Arranged By – Derrick Morgan, Ronnie Williams*
- Backing Band – Bobby Aitken, Freddie Notes & The Rudies, Lynn Taitt & The Jets, The Carib Beats, The Hippy Boys, The Soul Syndicate, Tommy McCook And The Supersonics*
- Engineer – Byron Smith, Carlton Lee, Errol Thompson, Lynford Anderson, Sidney Bucknor*, Tony Pike
NotesLicensed from Max Smith
All tracks recorded 1967-1971 in Kingston. Jamaica.
W.I. at W.I.R.L., Treasure Isle, Randys and Dynamic Sounds Studios and in London, England at ony Pike Studio
|JMC 200.242||Max Romeo||The Many Moods Of (CD, Comp)||Jamaican Gold||JMC 200.242||Portugal||1999|
|none||Max Romeo||Many Moods Of Max Romeo (LP, Comp)||Charmax Music||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|D.B.D. 114||Max Romeo||The Many Moods Of (LP, Comp)||Dr. Buster Dynamite||D.B.D. 114||Europe||1999|