Alva Lewis, Bobby Aitken & The Carib Beats, Lynn Taitt & The Jets - I'm Indebted / Some Come Some Go FLAC album
Title: I'm Indebted / Some Come Some Go
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Listen to music from Bobby Aitken & The Carib Beats like Orange Street Special, Thunderball & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bobby Aitken & The Carib Beats. A new version of Last. The Originators The Originators.
Between Seventeen And Twenty. Someday Out of the Blue (Theme from El Dorado). Someone's Final Song. Bennie And the Jets (оригинал Elton John). Бэнни и Джэтс (перевод Михаил из Самары). Hey kids, shake it loose together.
Alva Lewis will always be remembered as providing crucial guitar work for the Hippy Boys and the Upsetters, but here he ably takes the mic on I’m Indebted and Lyn Taitt And The Jets provide sympathetic backing to Neremiah (as it is spelt here, but Nehemiah is more regularly listed) Reid’s cool skank Family Wa. There are a few gems from the man himself, the 1968 version of Gimmie Back is a cool ace, but mostly it is left to other artists. There are a few better-known names among them – Dawn Penn was still decades away from her international smash No, No, No when she cut the effortlessly sultry When Am I Gonna Be Free for Derrick, a wonderful recording which keenly demonstrates the potential she had.
There are some great vocal tracks by the original Upsetters (no relation to Lee Perry or Barrett brothers) in a revival style similar to The Maytals, Eric 'Monty' Morris' "River Come Down" (aka Bank To Bank) with a great horn solo, an early deejay piece by Sir Lord Comic "Four Seasons" aka "Chicka Chup Ska" after the signature Ska scat technique (which sounds. like a guiro scraper or a train), & several great Bobby Aitken vocals done in the then fading Shuffle Boogie style that preceded Ska in Jamaica. Reggae spin, Felt like some traditional ska today.
Lynn Taitt & The Jets: Why Am I Treated & Bad, Batman, Rock Steady и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Gladstone Anderson feat. Lynn Taitt & The Jets. Best of Lynn Taitt & The Jets.
Bennie and the Jets" (also titled as "Benny & the Jets") is a song composed by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. The song first appeared on the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album in 1973. Bennie and the Jets" has been one of John's most popular songs and was performed during his appearance at Live Aid. The track is spelled Benny on the sleeve of the single and in the track listing of the album, but Bennie on the album vinyl disc label.
From Lyn Taitt & The Jets. Napoleon Solo Lyn Taitt & The Jets. Nice Time Lyn Taitt & The Jets. Why Did You Leave Me? (To Cry) Lyn Taitt & The Jets. I Don't Want To See You Cry Lyn Taitt & The Jets. I Am The Upsetter Version Lyn Taitt & The Jets. Pressure And Slide Lyn Taitt & The Jets.
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