Vinyl LP pressing. More than thirty years after the fabulous Heart of the Congos, classified among ten better albums reggae of every time, The Congos, Cedric Myton, Ashanti Roy and Watty Burnett, find again Lee "Scratch" Perry in Jamaica to record their last album very exactly named Back in the Black Ark. Time had come to come back to studio and of put a new stone in the history of the reggae. Back in the Black Ark begin with the recording of a cover, Sam Cooke's "Chain Gang", song speaking about the suffering of prisoners used as slaves, story of the most poignant for Jamaican. Thirteen other titles of the album also have each their anecdote, but certainly the ones where Lee Perry put his voice which really represent the atmosphere which reigned in the studio during the sessions, "Spider Woman" and "Garden of Life", because they almost consisted there live and played directly by the musicians. That's Jamaica!