Gotta agree with the above. One of my all time favorite albums. Although I haven't heard the deluxe version.
Another reccomendation on the reggae tip is a compilation called 'Darker than Blue: Soul from Jamdown' which is all early to mid '70s covers of old soul tunes by various Jamaican artists. Stuff like The Impressions' 'Gypsy Woman' and Curtis Mayfield's 'Get Ready', a reworked version of Kool n the Gang's 'Funky Stuff' called 'Collie Stuff'. It also has one of the first rap tunes call Hotter Reggae Music that predates Sugarhill Gang by a couple of years. All in all it's a hot CD, whether you're a fan of Reggae and Soul or not. Check it out. BTW it's on a UK label called Blood and Fire.
Goin' home, goin' home
By the waterside I will rest my bones
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
To rock my soul