Dennis Brown Inseparable Album Official Review

I was listening to Dennis Brown’s Inseparable album last week in its entirety and still have the same effect and feeling it had when I first heard it a few years ago. What is considered as Dennis last best album of the 80’s, Inseparable certainly sets that lovers rock mood which will have you appreciate reggae music at its best. As far as a classic smooth reggae vibe goes this album is one that is filled with passion, elegance and sensitizing listening. I have always been a huge fan of Dennis Brown’s music so I might be bias in my opinion but when I need to relax whether on the beach or on an easy Sunday this album will surely be thumping in my earphones.
Dennis Brown Inseparable album, which was produced by Willie Lindo, was originally released in 1988 by Heavy Beat Records and then released in 1995 by VP records. It features 11 big tracks with all creating its sense of enchanted sensation.

Two stands out tracks for me are since “I Been Loving You” and Inseparable. They are possibly my favourite Dennis Brown songs of all time (well there are actually many contenders for this) as they both show off Dennis Brown’s incredible vocal talents and how much emotion a great Reggae legend can pack into an individual track. The instruments used are remarkable and the production is just superb, which gives you that authentic Reggae feel.

Inseparable Dennis Brown Album Tracklist

# Song Title Artist Duration
1 So Nice to Be With You Dennis Brown 3:51
2 For You Dennis Brown 3:51
3 Hot Lady Dennis Brown 3:33
4 Inseparable Dennis Brown 3:53
5 Stop Your Fighting Dennis Brown 4:30
6 Ababajani Dennis Brown 3:30
7 Rain Dennis Brown 3:28
8 Appreciate Nature Dennis Brown 3:41
9 Make Ends Meet Dennis Brown 3:31
10 Since I’ve Been Loving You Dennis Brown 4:01
11 Senorita Dennis Brown 3:28

Peps Final Say

Overall this to me is a gem of an album and is certainly set for those feel good days when the sun is shining or even those chilly nights when you just want to have that cosy feeling. As a huge Dennis Brown fan I really mark this album highly among all his other classics. This album might not be as well-known as the other great albums that Dennis Brown has released but this is certainly Dennis Brown at his best.

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