Top Michael Rose Albums
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Give Back the Night
Give Back the Night
[2016]
Special Request, Vol. 1
Special Request, Vol. 1
[2012]
Reggae Legend
Reggae Legend
[2012]
Sound Box Essentials Platinum Edition
Sound Box Essentials Platinum Edition
[2012]
The EP Vol 1 - EP
The EP Vol 1 - EP
[2012]
Bad Luck - Single
Bad Luck - Single
[2012]
Reggae Michael Rose
Reggae Michael Rose
[2011]
Pure Gold - Michael Rose
Pure Gold - Michael Rose
[2011]
Reggae Icon
Reggae Icon
[2011]
Letter to Myself - EP
Letter to Myself - EP
[2009]
Dub Expectation
Dub Expectation
[2009]
Great Expectations (Great Expectations)
Great Expectations (Great Expectations)
[2008]
Warrior Dub
Warrior Dub
[2007]
Babylon a Fight
Babylon a Fight
[2007]
Warrior
Warrior
[2006]
African Dub
African Dub
[2005]
African Roots
African Roots
[2005]
Imagine: A Flute Serenade
Imagine: A Flute Serenade
[2003]
Michael Rose: Live San Francisco (2b1 Maritime Hall)
Michael Rose: Live San Francisco (2b1 Maritime Hall)
[2001]
Never Give It Up
Never Give It Up
[2001]
Bonanza
Bonanza
[1999]
Dance Wicked
Dance Wicked
[1997]
Dub Wicked
Dub Wicked
[1997]
Big Sound Frontline Dubwize
Big Sound Frontline Dubwize
[1996]
Rude Boys (Back In Town) - EP
Rude Boys (Back In Town) - EP
[1996]
Be Yourself
Be Yourself
[1996]
Short Temper - EP
Short Temper - EP
[1995]
Michael Rose
Michael Rose
[1995]
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for Michael Rose
Born in the Western Kingston ghetto of Waterhouse, Jamaica on July 11, 1957 Michael Rose was introduced to music by his brothers, who used to sing around the house. Blessed with a powerful voice he joined a band, doing local talent shows as well as entertaining tourists in the north coast hotels of Jamaica. Returning to Kingston in 1975, Niney the Observer first spotted the potential of Michael Rose and produced first recordings like "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner" and "Clap The Barber" to name a few. The following year he replaced Don Carlos as the lead singer of a three-piece vocal group called Black Uhuru. Their first full-length recording "Love Crisis", produced by Prince Jammy in 1977, w... read more