Best Dressed Chicken in Town  

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Best Dressed Chicken in Town (1978) is an album by Dr Alimantado, a Greensleeves Records collection of tracks recorded in the mid-70s, featuring Alimantado toasting over singers such as John Holt, Gregory Isaacs, Jackie Edwards and Horace Andy. His tunes mix his Rastafarianism with commentary on events then going on in his community; "Poison Flour" referenced a recent incident when a number of local Kingstonians had been poisoned by eating bread made with contaminated flour.

Track listing

Best Dressed Chicken In Town
Just The Other Day
Poison Flour
Gimmie Mi Gun
I Killed The Barber (over John Holt's Ali Baba riddim)[1]
Unitone Skank
Can't Conquer Natty Dreadlocks
Ride On
Plead I Cause




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