Knight Of The Long Knives. Written-By – Graeme Goodal, Philip Chem. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Judy Mowatt - Mellow Mood (1975) full album/completo. JUDY Mowatt and Bob Andy, two members of the local music industry, were honoured at the launch of the 24th staging of Western Consciousness at Knutsford Court Hotel on Wednesday jamaicaobserver.
Judith Veronica "Judy" Mowatt, OD (born 1952) is a Jamaican reggae artist . This song – with the name changed to "Reincarnated Souls" – was included two years later on Bunny Wailer's first solo album
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Album: Reggae Hits, Vol. 27, 2000. She joined a singing trio called The Gaylettes in 1967. This, remembers Judy Mowatt, was a very sad, cold day in Jamaica. Some immediately lost their faith. But many more clung on, knowing that this was a false message the Bible had predicted. We knew that it was not true. The album is a landmark as Judy became the first female reggae artist to produce or co-produce her own album. She followed up in 1982 with the strong "Only A Woman" album. She later became the first female to be nominated for a reggae grammy award. She has claimed that Marley himself converted to Christianity on his deathbed in 1981.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Judy Mowatt. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as J Mowatt, J. Mowatt, Judie Mowatt, Judith Mowatt, Judy, Judy-Gaylett, Julian, Mowatt, Sister Judy, Sister Judy Mowatt.
Highlights include "Joseph", Judy's moving gospel infused balled tribute to Bob Marley. Judy Mowatt & The I Threes - You Pour Sugar On Me, Version. This Judy Mowatt LP PLAYS in-between Very Good plus and Excellent Condition. No finger-feel scratches, no deep scratches, no light or surface marks, barely there "paper" type marks.
In the Ghetto" (originally titled "The Vicious Circle") is a 1969 song recorded by Elvis Presley written by Mac Davis. It was a major comeback hit released in 1969 as a 45 rpm single with "Any Day Now" as the flip side. It is a narrative of generational poverty: a boy is born to a mother who already has more children than she can feed in the ghetto of Chicago. The boy grows up hungry, steals and fights, purchases a gun and steals a car, attempts to run, but is shot and killed.
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- Pressed By – Lyntone Recordings Ltd. – LYN2216
- Pressed By – Lyntone Recordings Ltd. – LYN2215
- Mastered At – CBS Studios, London
NotesBlack blank labels.
Lyntone matrices consistent with an early 70s UK press.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): LYN2216-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): LYN2215-1C