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Note that there are two versions of this album. The red-labeled one contains the Three Degrees "Maybe" and Tommy James' "Church Street Soul Revival". The blue-labeled one contains Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love" and the Bee Gees' "I've Gotta Get a Message to You". Other memorable classics include songs by The Who, Mungo Jerry, 5 Stairsteps, the Classics IV, Shocking Blue, and Alive & Kickin', plus a few relatively obscure songs.
Gotcha Covered Album Promo Clip Reggae Vibes Album Top 20, compiled by Teacher & Mr. T, is a list of album recommendations which solely reflects their personal opinion. It's not based on sales, rotation or whatsoever and is not influenced by commercial motives. LW Last Week; WOC Weeks on Chart.
More albums of Various: Fuck Rush Limbaugh. Produced By: Dieter Bohlen - The Hit Men Vol. 2. Genre is Rock Funk, Soul Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label K-Tel (catalog number TC 200). This album was released in 1970 year.
Album · 2004 · 20 Songs. Reggae Hits Sunday Service, Vol 1. Various Artists.
PLAY ALL. Top 20 Reggae Hits. Released by Brisa Records Mar 2013 20 Tracks. Top 20 Reggae Hits is a English album released on Mar 2013. Top 20 Reggae Hits Album has 20 songs sung by Peter Tosh, Georgie Fame, Gregory Isaacs. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Top 20 Reggae Hits songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Peerless songs, breathtaking musicianship and, 40 years on, still box fresh. Jamaica’s failing economy in the ’70s meant recycling was a part of every day life, so it followed that, with studio time and recording tape expensive, producers like Lee Perry and King Tubby began taking old backing tracks and remixing them into sonically crackpot but undeniably brilliant ‘dubs’. Others, like U-Roy and Tapper Zukie, elected to rap over records, foreshadowing hip-hop
|A1||–Junior Byles||Rasta No Pick Pocket|
|A2||–Brent Dowe||Reggae Makossa|
|A3||–The Messengers||Crowded City|
|A4||–Nicky Thomas||I'll Be Waiting|
|A5||–Pat Rhoden||What About You|
|A6||–Dandy Livingstone||Think About That|
|A7||–Lloyd Chalmers*||Loving Her Was Easier|
|A8||–Bongo Herman||African Break Fast|
|A9||–The Ethiopians||The Word Is Love|
|A10||–Chosen Few*||You're A Big Girl Now|
|B1||–The Messengers||Just Like A Shelter|
|B2||–Ken Boothe||Ain't No Sunshine|
|B3||–Jimmy London||I'll Never Find Another You|
|B4||–The Aces||Working On It Night And Day|
|B5||–B.B. Seaton||Whole World Is Falling Down|
|B6||–The Maytals||It Was Written Down|
|B7||–Hopeton Lewis||Starting All Over Again|
|B8||–John Holt||Don't Break Your Promise|
|B9||–Bob Marley & The Wailers||Keep On Moving|
|B10||–Zap-Pow*||Nice Nice Time|
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|TRLS 81||Various||20 Explosive Reggae Hits (LP, Comp)||Trojan Records||TRLS 81||UK||1974|