8 thoughts on “ Gene Rondo - If I Would Say / Each Moments (Vinyl) ”

  1. Reggae is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late s. [1] relations: "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D, 'Til the End of Forever, A + No Poder, A Bad Brains Reunion Live from Maritime Hall, A Buddy Story, A Dream (album), A Girl like Me (Rihanna album), A Luta Continua, A New Day (Luciano album), A Pass, A Passage in Time (Authority Zero album), A Poet's Life, A Real Labour of.
  2. Gene Rondo A: Each Moments B: If You Do Want Me: Magnet [Reggae] UK: MA 7" 2: Gene Rondo A: Oh Sweet Africa B: This Is Love: Magnet [Reggae] UK: MA 7" 1: Gene Rondo A: When I Give My Love B: Overcome: Sir Collins Music Wheel UK: SCMW 7" 1: Honey Boy Collins A: Let Me In Gene Rondo B: I May Fly Away: Sir.
  3. Various ‎– Reggae Confusion Volume 1 Label: Third World ‎– TWLS 2 Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Partially Unofficial Cou.
  4. gene rondo the great(one two three) mr. government don’t five up the fight port-o-jam in cold blood hero/flip equal rights freddy mckay going home impact big youth/the gaytones george noks zenyatta mondatta casablanca josephine superstar phylicia allen roberta flack & donny hathaway portrait killer on the rampage eddy grant mca lead me on.
  5. Three discs. 46,46,58 min. each approximately. Sound is good to fine for recordings from this era. This is a companion set to the Trojan Reggae Sisters box set released a while ago.5/5(1).
  6. Dennis Brown / Say What You Say / Joe Gibbs £6 Dennis Brown / If This world Was Mine / T.A.D £20 Dennis Brown & The Aggrovators / I'm Lost Without You / Striker Lee £
  7. Gene & Roy, The Undivided Winston Lara (– 12 June ), better known by his stage name Gene Rondo, was a Jamaican reggae singer. After first recording as part of the duo Gene & Roy in Jamaica, he relocated to London where he continued to record until the s, including several album releases in the s, both solo and as a.
  8. May 11,  · Volume tioprolicbookrili.missrucpotemadistnelmarkjongfactreti.infoinfo underrated early dub set originally issued in the UK on Safari Records with a slightly different track arrangement. There are dubs to Augustus Pablo’s Guiding Star, and Delroy Wilson’s Love, both Gussie Clarke productions, two different mixes to A. Hudson’s early roots classic We’ve Got To Leave This Place, Louisa Marks’ Caught You In A Lie and Gene Rondo’s Oh Sweet.

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