Gregory Isaacs - Down The Line FLAC album
Title: Down The Line
FLAC version ZIP size: 1415 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1496 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1610 mb
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Night Nurse is a 1982 studio album by Gregory Isaacs. Night Nurse is reggae artist Gregory Isaacs' most well-known album. It contains his biggest hit, "Night Nurse" as well as several other notable tracks. It was first released on CD in 1990. A reissue version released in 2002 includes four additional bonus tracks. All tracks composed by Gregory Isaacs and Sylvester Weise.
Gregory Anthony Isaacs OD (15 July 1951 – 25 October 2010) was a Jamaican reggae musician. Milo Miles, writing in The New York Times, described Isaacs as "the most exquisite vocalist in reggae". In his teenage years, Isaacs became a veteran of the talent contests that regularly took place in Jamaica
Gregory Isaacs - Cool Down The Dub (Single Version) (05:23, 320Kb/s). Gregory Isaacs - Substitute (03:06, 320Kb/s). Gregory Isaacs - Sad To Know (You're Leaving) (04:10, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Hot Stepper: The Best Of Gregory Isaacs (2008).
Went down the line Said I went down the line Bought myself a dew And as I was about the build myself a spliff Here comes a cop, from behind Bring me up and started sniff He told me, hand out your pocket, yeah Hands up your head 'Cause if I should find a seed Than I shall surely lock away the Dread. Jah know, them want come hold I up But them can't come hold I up Them want, them want, come hold I up Jah know, but them can't come hold I up. Down, down, down the line.
Soon Forward (1979) Front Line. Gregory Isaacs Meets Ronnie Davis (1979) Plant. Showcase (1980) Taxi. Gregory Anthony Isaacs, born in Kingston JA on the 15th July 1950 and the first son of Lester Isaacs and Enid Murrary, started out as an electrician and cabinet maker, but a career in music remained his ambition. Inspired by singers such as Sam Cooke, Percy Sledge, Delroy Wilson, John Holt, Alton Ellis and Ken Boothe, he began his recording career in the late 1960s with his first tune Another Heartache, releasing it as a co-production with singer/producer Winston Sinclair around 1969. The resultant ten songs saw Jamaican release as the Mr. Isaacs album in 1977 on Earthquake, then Cash & Carry, as well as Mr. Brown that appeared on 7″ single later on the Cash & Carry label. The Mr. Issacs album – the singer’s fourth – was a big success.
|A||–Gregory Isaacs||Down The Line|
|B||–Mafia & Fluxy||Frontline Version|
|M&F001||Gregory Isaacs||Down The Line (7", Red)||Mafia And Fluxy||M&F001||UK||2008|