Frank White - Nobody / Move On FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: Nobody / Move On
FLAC version ZIP size: 1261 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1394 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1958 mb
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Give it to me three time! Lord! It name Nobody move, nobody get hurt Nobody move, nobody get hurt. Natty don't nyam cattle Natty don't nyam dirt Him come from the planet of earth He come from the planet of earth Say granny ina kitchen a cook rice and chicken The dread out a door a cook ital stew No trouble granny, granny never trouble you Natty cook up him ital stew. It name Nobody move, nobody get hurt Nobody move, nobody get hurt.
Nobody Move is an album by Jamaican dancehall deejay Yellowman, released by Volcano Records in 1983. It was released in a slightly altered form outside Jamaica in 1984 as Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt. Produced by Henry "Junjo" Lawes, the album features rhythms recorded by the Roots Radics at Channel One Studios. The album was then voiced and mixed by Sylvan Morris at Harry J's studio
Endless is a video album by American singer Frank Ocean. Released on August 19, 2016, Endless was Ocean's last release with the record label Def Jam Recordings to fulfill his recording contract. Endless was distributed exclusively through Apple Music as a streaming-only video and was followed by the August 20 release of Ocean's second studio album, Blonde. Endless was later remastered and reissued on CD and vinyl on April 10, 2018, almost two years after its premiere.
Arriving in 1984, Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt was one of a flood of albums the toaster released in the first half of the '80s, most overseen, like this one, by Henry "Junjo" Lawes. There wasn't a weak number on this ten-song set, which again bundled up a batch of hits and recent cuts, all backed by blistering riddims from the Roots Radics. More family-friendly is the wonderful "Good Loving" and the succulently sweet "Yellowman a the Lover Bo. The album's title track was a huge Jamaican hit, and with considerable stylistic updating along the way, still remains in Yellowman's live set. "Body Move" was an equal sound system sensation, the Radics' swinging riddim answered by the DJ's swaggering toasts.
|FTC 107||Frank White||Nobody / Move On (7", Single, Promo)||Fantasy||FTC 107||UK||1973|
|FTC 107||Frank White||Nobody / Move On (7", Single)||Fantasy||FTC 107||UK||1974|