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    musical youth - youth of today

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    musical youth - youth of today (1982)

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    Musical Youth - Never Gonna Give You Up

    3:17

    Musical Youth - Never Gonna Give You Up (1983)

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    MUSICAL YOUTH REUNION 2017 INTERVIEW

    4:03

    Dennis Seaton and Michael Grant. Musical Youth came up in the early 80s. The youngest reggae group ever been in England, Birmingham. They showed how the british youth at the time can play reggae. What a vibe. Rasorder Howell, reggae historian, visit me on facebook

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    musical youth - heartbreaker

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    musical youth - heartbreaker (1983)

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    Musical Youth - Pass The Dutchie

    3:25

    1982) The song was a cover version of the song Pass the Koutchie by The Mighty Diamonds[1], which deals with the recreational use of cannabis, koutchie being slang for a cannabis pipe. For the cover version, the song's title was bowdlerized to Pass the Dutchie, and all obvious drug references were removed from the lyrics; e. g., when the original croons How does it feel when you got no herb?, the cover version refers to food instead. (The term dutchie has itself become a drug reference; it refers to a blunt rolled in the wrapper from a Dutch Masters cigar.)

    The song was first championed by radio DJ John Peel and became an instant hit when it was picked up by MCA Records in September 1983. It debuted at #26 on the chart and rose to #1 the following week, one of a handful of records to have risen to the top spot from outside the top 20.[citation needed] In February of the following year, it reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA[2]. The song also scored a top 5 success in the Norwegian Fantastik 50 chart, eventually selling over 4 million copies worldwide. The video, shot partly on the banks of the Thames River in London, across from the Palace of Westminster, was one of the first by black artists to get airplay on MTV.
    Pass the Dutchie was covered by the ska band Buck-O-Nine.
    The song was sampled by rap group Public Enemy for the song Revolutionary Generation on their album Fear of a Black Planet.
    Also, the song was sampled by the American rapper Cam'ron and it was named as the original. The three first sentences of the song have been sampled by the french house band Superfunk in their song The young MC (on their album Hold up').
    The song is referenced lyrically on Beck's 1998 album Odelay in the song Where It's At.
    The song was used in the soundtrack of the 1998 movie The Wedding Singer.
    There is a vocal interpolation of the song in Rah Digga's Imperial from the 2000 album, Dirty Harriet.
    In 2005, the song has been covered by Dezil' in French-language under the title Laisse tomber les filles (qui se maquillent), and peaked at #13 in France and #47 in Switzerland.
    The song was sampled in the Black Eyed Peas song Dum Diddly from their album Monkey Business.
    In May of 2009, Los Angeles based music duo LOONER [5] released Dutchie, their laid back version of the song which lyrically references the main chorus of the original.
    The video was directed by Don Letts
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    Musical Youth are a British-Jamaican pop/reggae band. The group originally formed in 1979 at Duddeston Manor School in Birmingham, England. They are best remembered for their successful 1982 Grammy-nominated single, Pass the Dutchie. The group featured two sets of brothers, Kelvin and Michael Grant, plus Junior and Patrick Waite. The latter pair's father, Frederick Waite, was a former member of Jamaican group The Techniques, and sang lead with Junior at the start of the group's career in the late 1970s. They received a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards of 1984.

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    Musical Youth - Sixteen

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    Musical Youth sing Sixteen from the 21st January 1984.

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    Musical Youth Pass The Dutchie Live

    9:28

    Musical Raggae

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    Pass The Dutchie

    3:26

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Pass The Dutchie · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1982 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Dennis Seaton
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Michael Grant
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Kelvin Grant
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Patrick Waite
    Associated Performer, Drums: Freddie Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Anthony Ferguson
    Composer Lyricist: George Bennett
    Composer Lyricist: Leroy Sibbles
    Composer Lyricist: Ogilvie Fitzroy Simpson
    Composer Lyricist: Jackie Mittoo
    Composer Lyricist: Robert Bernard Lyn
    Composer Lyricist: Huford Benjamin Brown

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    Musical Youth - Young Generation

    3:14

    Album : The Youth Of Today
    Released 1982

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    Youth Of Today

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Youth Of Today · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1982 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Patrick Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Kelvin Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Dennis Seaton
    Composer Lyricist: Freddy Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Wade Brammer

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    Musical Youth - Whatcha talkin bout 1984

    2:24

    Musical Youth - Whatcha talkin' 'bout 1984

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    Musical Youth - Never Gonna Give You Up

    3:03

    Real Music. Subscribe.

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    Musical Youth - 007

    3:20

    Reached no26 in the UK November 1983.No Infringement Intended,For Listening Pleasure Only. Original Recording P&C MCA Records 1983.

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    - ♠ - Musical Youth - Pass the dutchie + Lyrics

    3:24

    * - ♠ - Bertolino's channel on :


    Pour tous les nostalgiques, et ceux qui ont vu Hollywoo ! ;)

    Musical Youth - Pass the dutchie : MCA September 1982.
    (Fitzroy Simpson/Lloyd Ferguson) Prod.: Peter Collins

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    Musical Youth - Rub a dub Style

    4:03

    For me this is best song from Musical Youth because its a really great tune!!
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    Musical Youth 007 1983

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    Musical Youth - 007 (Shanty Town) 1983

    A special request
    And a popular demand
    To all rude boys ina de dance.

    007
    007
    at ocean 11.
    An rude boy a go wail
    Cause dem out of jail
    Rude boys cannot fail
    Cause dem wont get bail.

    Dem aloot dem a shoot
    Dem a wail
    a shanty town.
    Dem aloot dem a shoot
    Dem a wail
    a shanty town.
    Dem rude boy depon probation
    a shanty town.
    Dem rude boy a boom up de town
    a shanty town.

    (Instrumental)

    007
    007
    at ocean 11.
    An rude boy a go to wail
    cause dem out of jail
    Rude boys cannot fail
    Cause dem wont get bail.

    Rude boys come out a penatentry
    rude boys come out of jail
    Cause now he's free
    hay ribbit chattit.

    Rude boy now is left alone
    if I was him I would go straight home.
    Cause true fe me mother woulda
    start se moan say tic a tic atac.

    Me come fe mek de people
    rock is rankin' kelvin
    pon de micke jusachat.

    Policemen get in form
    a shanty town

    But de rude boy
    still a go roam
    a shanty town.
    Soldier boy get
    put to de test
    a shanty town
    Was too much fe digest
    a shanty town.

    007
    OO7
    at ocean 11
    an rude boy a go wail.

    007
    OO7
    at ocean 11
    an rude boy a go wail.

    Rude boys come out a penatentry
    rude boys come out of jail
    Cause now he's free
    hay ribbit chattit.

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    Musical Youth 007 TOTP 10 11 1983

    3:03

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    Musical Youth - Sixteen. Top Of The Pops 1984

    3:24

    Video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1984. Musical Youth is a British-Jamaican pop/reggae band. The group originally formed in 1979 at Duddeston Manor School in Birmingham, UK. They are best remembered for their successful 1982 Grammy-nominated single, Pass the Dutchie. The group featured two sets of brothers, Kelvin and Michael Grant, plus Junior and Patrick Waite. The latter pair's father, Frederick Waite, was a former member of Jamaican group The Techniques, and sang lead with Junior at the start of the group's career in the late 1970s. They received a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards of 1984.

    Although schoolboys, the group managed to secure gigs at certain Birmingham pubs and released a single, Political / Generals, on a local record label, 021 Records. An appearance on BBC Radio 1 disc jockey John Peel's evening show brought further attention to the group, and they were signed to MCA Records.

    By that time, founding father Frederick Waite had backed down, to be replaced by Dennis Seaton as lead singer. During the autumn of 1982, the group issued one of the fastest-selling singles of the year in Pass the Dutchie. Based on the Mighty Diamonds Pass The Koutchie (a song about cannabis), the title had been subtly altered to feature the patois dutchie, referring to a type of pot used for cooking. This idea is reinforced throughout the political and economic overtones throughout the song about extreme poverty and Musical Youth asking the question How does it feel when ya got no food? The record went to Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in October 1982. It went on to sell over four million copies, and was nominated for a Grammy Award. A U.S. Top 10 placing also followed in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The accompanying video made them the first black artists to be played on MTV.

    The follow-up, Youth Of Today, reached number 13 in the UK Singles Chart, and early in 1983, Never Gonna Give You Up, climbed to UK number 6. Minor successes with Heartbreaker and Tell Me Why, were succeeded by a collaboration with Donna Summer on the UK Top 20 hit, Unconditional Love.

    A revival of Desmond Dekker's 007 saw them back in the Top 30, but after one final hit with Sixteen, they fell from commercial grace. They subsequently split up in 1985 when Seaton left the band. The Grant brothers remained involved in the music industry, while Seaton released a solo album in 1989, before going on to form his own band, XMY.

    Plans to re-form were initially scotched when on 18 February 1993, Patrick Waite, who had gone on to a career of juvenile crime, died in Birmingham, aged 24, of natural causes (hereditary heart condition), whilst awaiting a court appearance on drug charges. He is buried at Brandwood End Cemetery. In 2001, Musical Youth reformed. They were set to perform on the 'Here & Now' tour, which was to feature performances by other musicians from the 1980s. However, because of the 11 September terrorist attacks in New York, the tour was cancelled.

    However, by 2003 Musical Youth were back, appearing in a 1980s nostalgia tour. By 2005, now reduced to just a duo of Michael Grant and Dennis Seaton, they performed at the Wiesen festival in Austria.

    Band members:
    Michael Grant - born 7 January 1969, Ontario, Canada - keyboards, vocals
    Kelvin Grant - born 9 July 1971, Birmingham - guitar, vocals
    Dennis Seaton - born 2 March 1967 - lead vocals, percussion
    Patrick Waite - born 16 May 1968 -- died 13 February 1993 - bass, vocals
    Freddie Junior Waite - born 23 May 1967 - drums, vocals.
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    Unconditional Love - Donna Summer ft Musical Youth.wmv

    4:03

    What a man
    you know it's a bright and shiny day
    I want to say something to you
    I love you just like Ja do

    We know a place
    where Ja's people can run free
    a new kind of love
    and we call it agape

    Don't take too long to find
    true love transcends all time
    that non-reacting, everlasting love

    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return

    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return

    Don't try to change or tear your
    brother down
    let him make his mistakes
    and he will come around
    hasten just to pray and Ja's true
    word obey
    in non-reacting, everlasting love

    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return

    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return

    Give me your unconditional love
    my torn heart to discern
    this agape love to learn

    Give me your unconditional love
    my torn heart to discern
    this agape love to learn

    Hasten just pray and Ja's true
    word obey
    in non-reacting, everlasting love

    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return
    Give me your unconditional love
    the kind of love I deserve
    the kind I want to return
    Give me your unconditional love
    my torn heart to discern
    this agape love to learn
    Give me your unconditional love
    my torn heart to discern
    this agape love to learn
    Give me your unconditional love
    my torn heart to discern
    this agape love to learn

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    Donna Summer - Unconditional Love

    4:04

    Official music video for Unconditional Love by Donna Summer. © 1983 Mercury, Phonogram International B.V.

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    Whatcha Talking Bout

    5:09

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Whatcha Talking 'Bout · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1983 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Stevie Wonder

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    Blind Boy

    3:50

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    Blind Boy · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1982 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Freddy Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Patrick Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Kelvin Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Dennis Seaton

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    Musical Youth : Where Are They Now?

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    find out what ever happened to the 1979 music group, Musical Youth

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    HQ - Musical Youth - 007 - Musikladen - Folge 84 - 15.12.1983

    2:45

    Die ehemalige britische Reggae-Pop-Band Musical Youth mit dem Titel 007
    aus der Sendung Musikladen Folge 84 vom Donnerstag, den 15.12.1983.
    Künstlerinfo: ++
    Quelle: Bayerischer Rundfunk ++ HP: ++

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    Live Musical Youth*Pass the Dutchie* sunsplash 1983

    10:00

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    Children Of Zion

    3:06

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    Children Of Zion · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1982 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Freddy Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Patrick Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Kelvin Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Dennis Seaton

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    MUSICAL YOUTH Reggae live Pass the Dutchie Sunsplash 1983

    3:24

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    Mirror Mirror

    2:38

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Mirror Mirror · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1982 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Frederick Whaite

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    Musical Youth - Tell Me Why

    3:13

    Deze video gaat over Musical Youth - Tell Me Why

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    Splashin The Palace 84 Live Musical Youth - Pass the dutchie

    4:11

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    Musical Youth - Yard Stylee

    3:42

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    Shes Trouble

    3:09

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    She's Trouble · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1983 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Terry Britten
    Composer Lyricist: Sue Shifrin
    Composer Lyricist: Bill Livsey

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    Musical Youth - Whatcha Talkin Bout

    2:26

    TV performance by pass the dutchie singers.


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    Musical Youth Shes Trouble

    2:53

    [1984]

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    Musical youth - Blind boy

    3:50

    From lp The Youth of today, year 1982.

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    Yard Stylee

    3:41

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    Yard Stylee · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1983 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Freddy Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Patrick Waite
    Composer Lyricist: Kelvin Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Grant
    Composer Lyricist: Dennis Seaton

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    Musical Youth - Children of zion

    3:05

    Lyrics:

    Children of Zion, Children of Zebulon, Children Of Africa, Children Of the World Right Now.

    CHildren, Children Were calling out to you now. Children Children, Come Forward in the Future.

    It's Not from my Elders, Teach one another, yeah. Lets unite together and love all our brothers, Yeah. Children Of The World Lets Unite and love all our brothers.

    Children Of The World Lets Unite and don't fuss and Fight.

    Children of Zion, Children of Zebulon, Children of Africa

    Children Of The World Right now. Children, Children, were calling on to you now. Come Forward in the Future.

    Children of Zion, Children of Zebulon, Children Of Africa, Children Of the World Right Now.

    Children, Children Were calling out to you now. Children Children, Come Forward in the Future.

    Children Of The World Lets Unite and love all our brothers.

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    Musical Youth Whatcha talkin bout Lenny Henry Show

    3:14

    Musical Youth Whatcha talkin bout lenny Henry Show

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    Musical Youth - Pass The Dutchie

    3:24

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    No Strings

    3:02

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    No Strings · Musical Youth

    Anthology

    ℗ 1983 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1994-02-28

    Producer: Peter Collins
    Composer Lyricist: Phil Pickett
    Composer Lyricist: Boy George

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    Musical Youth - Pass the Dutchy 1982

    2:43

    Musical Youth - Pass the Dutchy 1982

    This generation
    Rules the nation
    With version

    Music happen to be the food of love
    Sounds to really make you rub and scrub
    Stand baddang bang ling bang biddle bang
    Bang biddle biddle biddle biddle biddle bang

    I say: Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    It a gonna burn,
    give me music make me jump and prance
    It a go done,
    give me the music make me rock in the dance

    It was a cool and lonely breezy afternoon
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    You could feel it 'cause it was the month of June
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    So I left my gate and went out for a walk
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    As I pass the dreadlocks' camp I heard them say
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)

    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    It a gonna burn,
    give me music make me jump and prance
    It a go done,
    give me the music make me rock in the dance

    Bang bang ling bang biddle bang
    Bang biddle biddle biddle bang

    So I stopped to find out what was going on.
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    'Cause the spirit of Jah, you know he leads you on
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    There was a ring of dreads
    and a session was there in swing
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)
    You could feel the chill
    as I seen and heard them say
    (How does it feel when you've got no food ?)

    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    It a gonna burn,
    give me music make me jump and prance
    It a go done,
    give me the music make me rock in the dance

    'Cause me say listen to the drummer,
    me say listen to the bass
    Give me little music make me wind up me waist
    Me say listen to the drummer,
    me say listen to the bass
    Give me little music
    make me wind up me waist, I say

    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    It a gonna burn,
    give me music make me jump and prance
    It a go done,
    give me the music make me rock in the dance

    You play it on the radio,
    a so me say, we a go hear it on the stereo
    A so me know you a go play it on the disco
    A so me say we a go hear it on the stereo

    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side

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    Musical Youth-Rockers

    3:31

    Music,Reggae type

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    Generals

    4:06

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Generals · Musical Youth

    The Midlands Roots Explosion Volume Two

    ℗ 2016 Reggae Archive Records

    Released on: 2016-05-20

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control

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    musical youth sixteen on the little and large show

    4:38

    just music no copyright intended i do not own this

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    musical youth youth of today on razzmatazz

    3:09

    just music no copyright intended i do not own this

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    Musical Youth - Youth Of Today Live at Bestival 2013

    3:00

    Live performance of Youth Of Today at Bestival 2013 in the Big Top.

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    Musical Youth - Never Gonna Give You Up. Top Of The Pops 1983

    2:29

    Nice quality video recorded from Top Of The Pops 1983. Musical Youth is a British-Jamaican pop/reggae band. The group originally formed in 1979 at Duddeston Manor School in Birmingham, UK. They are best remembered for their successful 1982 Grammy-nominated single, Pass the Dutchie. The group featured two sets of brothers, Kelvin and Michael Grant, plus Junior and Patrick Waite. The latter pair's father, Frederick Waite, was a former member of Jamaican group The Techniques, and sang lead with Junior at the start of the group's career in the late 1970s. They received a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards of 1984.

    Although schoolboys, the group managed to secure gigs at certain Birmingham pubs and released a single, Political / Generals, on a local record label, 021 Records. An appearance on BBC Radio 1 disc jockey John Peel's evening show brought further attention to the group, and they were signed to MCA Records.

    By that time, founding father Frederick Waite had backed down, to be replaced by Dennis Seaton as lead singer. During the autumn of 1982, the group issued one of the fastest-selling singles of the year in Pass the Dutchie. Based on the Mighty Diamonds Pass The Koutchie (a song about cannabis), the title had been subtly altered to feature the patois dutchie, referring to a type of pot used for cooking. This idea is reinforced throughout the political and economic overtones throughout the song about extreme poverty and Musical Youth asking the question How does it feel when ya got no food? The record went to Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in October 1982. It went on to sell over four million copies, and was nominated for a Grammy Award. A U.S. Top 10 placing also followed in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The accompanying video made them the first black artists to be played on MTV.

    The follow-up, Youth Of Today, reached number 13 in the UK Singles Chart, and early in 1983, Never Gonna Give You Up, climbed to UK number 6. Minor successes with Heartbreaker and Tell Me Why, were succeeded by a collaboration with Donna Summer on the UK Top 20 hit, Unconditional Love.

    A revival of Desmond Dekker's 007 saw them back in the Top 30, but after one final hit with Sixteen, they fell from commercial grace. They subsequently split up in 1985 when Seaton left the band. The Grant brothers remained involved in the music industry, while Seaton released a solo album in 1989, before going on to form his own band, XMY.

    Plans to re-form were initially scotched when on 18 February 1993, Patrick Waite, who had gone on to a career of juvenile crime, died in Birmingham, aged 24, of natural causes (hereditary heart condition), whilst awaiting a court appearance on drug charges. He is buried at Brandwood End Cemetery. In 2001, Musical Youth reformed. They were set to perform on the 'Here & Now' tour, which was to feature performances by other musicians from the 1980s. However, because of the 11 September terrorist attacks in New York, the tour was cancelled.

    However, by 2003 Musical Youth were back, appearing in a 1980s nostalgia tour. By 2005, now reduced to just a duo of Michael Grant and Dennis Seaton, they performed at the Wiesen festival in Austria.

    Band members:
    Michael Grant - born 7 January 1969, Ontario, Canada - keyboards, vocals
    Kelvin Grant - born 9 July 1971, Birmingham - guitar, vocals
    Dennis Seaton - born 2 March 1967 - lead vocals, percussion
    Patrick Waite - born 16 May 1968 -- died 13 February 1993 - bass, vocals
    Freddie Junior Waite - born 23 May 1967 - drums, vocals.
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    Musical Youth - Rub a Dub Style

    4:04

    Soweto Sound

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    MUSICAL YOUTH ~ SCHOOL GIRL 1982 REGGAE

    3:28

    FROM THE ALBUM, THE YOUTH OF TODAY

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    Musical Youth - No Strings

    3:03

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