Dandy Livingstone - Everybody Feel Good FLAC album
Title: Everybody Feel Good
FLAC version ZIP size: 1265 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1894 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1184 mb
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Dandy Livingstone - Daddy's Home 03:06. Album: The Best of Dandy Livingstone. Dandy Livingstone, Dandy Livingstone & The Superboys, The Superboys: best 2 tracks. Dandy Livingstone - Daddy's Home The Best of Dandy Livingstone, 2017 03:06. Dandy Livingstone - Everybody Loves a Winner The Best of Dandy Livingstone, 2017 02:48. Artist: Dandy Livingstone Dandy Livingstone & The Superboys The Superboys.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Dandy Livingstone (1972) by Dandy Livingstone. This album has an average beat per minute of 97 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/98 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Dandy Livingstone. What Do You Wanna Make Those Eyes at Me For. Sunshine Girl. Jamaica Is Fun. Brand New Day.
Dandy Livingstone – Everybody Loves a Winner 11. Dandy Livingstone – Take a Message Maria 12. Dandy Livingstone – Build Your Love On a Solid Fou 13. Dandy Livingstone – What Do You Want to Make Those 14. Dandy Livingstone – Salt of the Earth 15. Dandy Livingstone – Come Back Liza 16. Dandy Livingstone – Raining In My Heart 17. Bobby Thompson – Trouble in the Town 18. Dandy Livingstone & The Superb – East of Suez 19.
Dandy Livingstone (born Robert Livingstone Thompson, 14 December 1943, Kingston, Jamaica) is a British-Jamaican reggae musician and producer, best known for his 1972 hit, "Suzanne Beware of the Devil", and for his song, "Rudy, A Message to You", which was later a hit for The Specials . In 1967, Livingstone signed with Ska Beat Records, for whom he recorded his debut album 1967's Rocksteady with Dandy. In 1968, Livingstone moved into production, and formed a duo with Audrey Hall (as Dandy & Audrey)
Dandy Livingstone (Robert Livingstone Thompson, Kingston, Jamaica, 14 December 1943) is a Jamaican reggae musician and producer. He is best known for his 1972 hit, "Suzanne Beware of the Devil", and for his song, "Rudy, A Message to You", which was later a hit for The Specials. Suzanne Beware of the Devil", reached number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. At the age of 15, Livingstone moved to the United Kingdom.
From the album 'Music House Vol. 1', issued on Trojan Records (TBL 170) in 1970. January 8, 2017 ·. Now it's easier to send Dandy livingstone a message. Dandy livingstone updated their cover photo. June 3, 2015 ·. Dandy livingstone updated their profile picture. In 1968 Livingstone moved into production, and formed a duo with Audrey Hall (as 'Dandy & Audrey'). His production of other artists included The Marvels' debut album, and hit singles by Nicky Thomas ("Suzanne Beware of The Devil") and Tony Tribe ("Red Red Wine"). In the late 1960s, Livingstone worked with the trombonist, Rico Rodriguez, who had featured on "Rudy, A Message to You".
Dandy Livingstone moved to the United Kingdom in the late 1950ies. When London-based Carnival Records were seeking a Jamaican vocal duo, Livingstone filled the requirement by double-tracking his own voice, releasing records in this fashion under the name Sugar & Dandy. Dandy signed with Ska Beat Records in 1967 and released his debut album entitled "Rocksteady with Dandy" in 1968. The same year he moved into production and formed the duo Dandy & Audrey with Audrey Hall. He later produced the monster hit "Red Red Wine" with Tony Tribe.
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