Sister Liz And Jahzabeth. The B side is always called "Shashamane" by Selectors here & abroad because those are the words the Sistren begin the tune with. It's on the "Answer" rhythm (Studio One"). It is definitely not called 'Poverty the Biggest Crime," same as Michael Prophet's tune, because that's on Rod's "Ethiopian Kings" rhythm, and the Sisters don't sing those words.
B1a –Sister Liz And Jahzabeth. B1b –Peter Rankin And General Lucky . Poverty The Biggest Crime. Matrix, Runout (Side A ethced runout): DMJ 005 A Matrix, Runout (Side B etched runout): DMJ 005 B. Other versions.
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" is a song by the English rock band the Smiths. Released as a single in May 1984, it reached No. 10 on the UK Singles Chart. It was later included in the November 1984 compilation album, Hatful of Hollow. It is listed as one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
My Question: Dillinger I'll Never Let Go: Cornell Campbell Never Let You Dub: Cornell Campbell Never Let Go Dub: Cornell Campbell Love Of A Fight: Yabby You & King Tubby Jah Love Light: Horace Andy King Tubby's Answer: Scientist You I Love: Sammy Dread You I Love Version: Peter Ranking & General Lucky Shashamane Land: Sister Liz & Jahzabeth Poverty The Biggest Crime: Peter. Ranking & General Lucky Eases and Squeezes: Peter Ranking & General Lucky Eases and Squeezes Version: Peter Ranking & General Lucky Pain: Brigadier Jerry Answer Me Question: Ranking Trevor.
Poverty and Crime Among Individuals.
Dread joined with Peter Rankin and Smokey Dread, in April 1981, for an album-length "battle" between competing Jamaican sound system companies, BlackStar vs. King Jammys.
Poverty and crime go together in most city slums and ghettos. Breaking this cycle requires a broad strategy tackling unemployment and discrimination. Governments trying to deal with the effects of poverty often also have to face the issue of crime as they try to develop their country's economy and society. That's why having a business in a ghetto is rarely a good idea. The vicious cycle of poverty and crime.