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I Want To Know - Various - Work Your Soul - Jamaican 60s & Northern 1966-74 (CD)

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  1. Want to Know, I. Wanted Man. War a Africa. War in Jerusalem. Watch Me Fly. Waterfall. Stereoplay Highlights CD Meisterwerke aus Rock und Pop. Story of Trojan Records, The. Strange Brew. Work Your Soul: Jamaican 60s & Northern Works, The. World Is Yours (Positive Mind), The.
  2. Jun 08,  · WORK YOUR SOUL: JAMAICAN 60'S & NORTHERN CD TRACK 1: GLEN MILLER - WHERE IS THE LOVE.
  3. Owen Gray discography and songs: Music profile for Owen Gray, born 5 July Genres: Reggae, Jamaican Ska, Rhythm & Blues. Albums include Tougher Than Tough: The Story of Jamaican Music, Trojan Ska Box Set, and Trojan Mod Reggae Box Set.
  4. Jun 12,  · Here's the next 5 CD's I did. This isn't a sales pitch just showing off some of my collection as all these tracks are recorded off 45's or LP's that I own. I appreciate some may not be % Jamaican Soul (as opposed to UK Soul with British singers of Jamaican descent).
  5. Dec 31,  · Is it Deep, is it Southern or is it soul? Our new collection of Atlantic ballads poses all these questions at different times throughout the seventy plus minutes of exquisite music that is Our Turn To Cry, which gives some brilliant examples of most of the styles of soul balladry.. The opener is a fine example of the complexity of styles/5(2).
  6. Mar 11,  · could well be the next MONSTER female R&B Northern dancer to hit the scene. It has everything it takes, Gene Redd production that just goes from .
  7. Subtitled - Jamaican 60s & Northern track compilation from Trojan Records featuring collector's items such as Glenn Miller's 'Where Is The Love', as well as tracks by Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, Laurel Aitken, Owen Gray, Phyllis Dillon, Jimmy 3/5(2).

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