The Travellers started out in the same way as the loose local collective of Waterhouse harmony groups that included The Royals, The Jayes and Black Uhuru endlessly practising and perfecting their art in the yards of Kingston 11.. Two members of The Travellers, along with Errol Nelson who also sang with both The Royals and The Jayes, had previously worked with Jammy's helping to fill out the harmonies on the debut Black Uhuru album 'Love Crisis'.
Vocal harmony groups have always been one of the cornerstones of Jamaican music and The Travellers deserve their place alongside the other great vocal groups from the period. The Travellers stunning harmonies are backed by The High Times Band, The Aggrovators and Sly and Robbie.
1.Black Black Minds — The Travellers
2.Know Yourself — The Travellers
3.Jah Gave Us This World — The Travellers
4.Natty Dread at the Controls — U Black
5.False Leaders — The Travellers
6.Peace And Rest — The Travellers
7.Peace And Rest Version — Prince Jammy's
8.The Girl I Left Behind — The Travellers
9.Tell Me Why — The Travellers
10.How Long — The Travellers
11.How Long Version — Prince Jammy's
12.Poor Man Cry — The Travellers
13.Jammy's A Do It — U Black
14.Keep On Trying — The Travellers
15..Keep On Trying Version — Prince Jammy's
16.We Got To Leave — The Travellers
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