This album brought Ziggy Marley and his siblings the Melody Makers their first Grammy in 1989. Not bad for 21 years old (and he was the oldest). It's a good album, though it hasn't aged as well (in my opinion) as more rootsy reggae albums. Some of the tracks sound very much like products of 80s pop. But, on the other hand, "Tomorrow People" is a classic, and it is, after all, a "Conscious Party." The simple, sincere charm of the last track, "Dreams of Home," really stands out, too.
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