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Albert Griffiths & The Gladiators - Valley Of Decision (CD, Album)

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  3. saw the release of the Gladiators' Valley of Decision, an album that included a great remake of "Bongo Red," together with tracks like "Take Heed" and "Consciousness" which showed that Albert Griffiths could style write biting parables, as he had done in the 's.
  4. May 01,  · Read the Interview with Albert Griffiths (The Gladiators), the guitarist and singer of the Jamaican roots reggae band, most popular during the s.
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  8. It was the first Gladiators album on which no member of the group played any of the instruments, as a few members of the band Aswad were brought in. The album did worse than their previous work, and they were subsequently dropped from their contract with Virgin.

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