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On A Night Like This - The Paragons - Sly & Robbie Presents The Mighty Paragons Collection (CD)

Updated: 02.09.2019 — 20:00

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  1. Introducing LP 'Moa Anbessa International Presents: In A Rub A Dub Style Volume 1' by Various. [Label] Moa Anbessa UK [Price] ¥ [Genre] Dancehall TRACKS: 1) Tribute To Moa Anbessa - Barrington Levy 2) Bunny Rygin - Papa Kojak 3) Politricks - Delton Screechie 4) Dub 5) Penitentary - Papa Kojak 6) Sit Down And Reason - Mighty Three 7) Tribal War - Ranking Trevor 8) In The Sun.
  2. Blisteringly fine set of classic reggae cuts with punchy production and irresistible riddims. These tracks are not the now slightly cheesy-sounding (but still brilliant) 60s originals - this is the Paragons reboot, with Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare at the controls, brilliantly updating the old-skool ska sound for the Black Uhuru era/5(11).
  3. The Perfect Collection was published in Subtitled “The Rock Albums everybody should have and why”, editor Tom Hibbert and his contributors selected + albums, which would give you, if you bought them all, a “broad, balanced, lively, collection of all thats best in rock music”.
  4. MUSIC NEWS - Reggae Updates, Interviews & Reviews Saturday, December 5, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE ORIGINATOR OF DANCEHALL MUSIC - WAYNE "SLENG TENG" SMITH. Wayne Smith was born on Decemeber 5, , Waterhouse, Kingston, Jamaica. Wayne is automatically associated with the "Sleng Teng" riddim and song. Wayne's career first started in the late.
  5. Incredible value for '60's reggae - especially as there are only about 4 tracks I already have on other compilations - no big chart hits but a few familiar cover versions or songs (like "The Tide Is High" by The Paragons) well known from others covering them/5(44).
  6. Empire LP, A1) Frankie Jones - With You A2) Anthony Johnson - Stop Call Me A3) Patrick Andy - You Stepped A4) Horace Andy - Sweet Loving A5) Hugh Griffiths - I Remember B1) Earl Sixteen - Strictly Bubbling B2) Midnight Riders - Haul & Pull Up B3) Michael Palmer - Pon Your Toes B4) Jackie Statement - Just Come In B5) Sly & Robbie, Dean Fraser & Robbie Lyn - Unmetered Taxi.
  7. There have been many boxed compilations of reggae music over the years - mainly from Island and Trojan - inevitably including Millie Small's "My Boy Lollipop", Desmond Dekker's timeless "" and "Israelites" and Sly and Robbie's Taxi series. This collection - apparently complied by Mr. Edward Seaga - celebrates the 50th anniversary of Jamaican /5(18).
  8. Originally Released In Germany By Taxi ( ), Island Records ( ), Island Records ( ) Contains Dub, Reggae, Ska.
  9. A number of musicians played on these tracks like Sly & Robbie, "Chinna" Smith, "Sticky" Thompson, "Scully" Sims, Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis, Dean Fraser, Winston Wright, and a number of others. Included are seven previously unreleased/or bonus tracks like "Exterminator" from Cornell Campbell,and "Babylon No Badda Haul And Pull Me" by Devon Edwards/5(2).

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