Capleton: Live in San Francisco Trailer

Capleton: Live in San Francisco Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

Music & Musicals, Reggae, World Music - Born Clifton George Bailey III, Capleton is no longer flustered about the fact that even though he's of African descent, his name is one-third English, Greek and Irish. That's because he's now a proven talent who's topped the Billboard charts by creating numerous dancehall classics. A message is always in his music, as this live performance in San Francisco attests. Features 26 tracks, including "Jah Jah City," "Who Dem" and "Danger Zone."

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