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Song: Night Nurse Artist: Gregory Isaacs Year: 1982 LP/CD: Night Nurse Composers: Gregory Isaacs, Sylvester Weise
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Gregory Isaacs Mix - Best Of Gregory Isaacs - Reggae Lovers Rock & Roots (2017) A selection of hits from the cool ruler himself the great Mr Isaacs, one of Reggae music's Legends. TRACKLIST 00:00 - What A Feeling 02:40 - Number One 04:41 - Soon Forward 07:55 - Mr Brown 10:35 - Yes I Do 13:55 - Bang Belly 15:44 - If Tomorrow Comes 19:00 - Tune In 22:30 - If I Don’t Have You 25:02 - Sunday Morning 28:15 - Rock On 30:36 - Substitute 33:33 - Cant Give You My Love Alone 36:58 - Mr Know It All 39:24 - Slave Master 40:36 - Mr Cop 43:47 - Thief A Man Stream & Download Here: https://JetStar.lnk.to/GregoryIsaacsSelectsDancehall Apple Music:http://apple.co/2nVZfIQ Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2mkGZfz Visit our website - http://www.jetstar.co.uk Connect With Us Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JetStarRecords Twitter - https://twitter.com/JetStarRecords
Originally released in 1985, re-released in 2005 with bonus tracks. Personnel includes Sly and Robbie. "All of Easy is very understated, but that's its true beauty" - discogs reviewer Jo-Ann Greene. Track list: 1.Tenement Yard 2.Don't Say No 3. Easy 4. Cheer Up 5. WWW Love.Com 6.Tear Drops 7.Crack Head 8. I'll Be On My Way 9.Rat Patrol 10. Hop Off A Me Fenda 11.Love Is Overdue 12.Won't Give You Up 13. A. Miner (Am) 14. Continent Woman 15.Someone Gonna Take 16.Cool Ruler Come Again
artist: Gregory Isaacs song: Forgive Her album: Open The Door release: 2004 (RAS Records/Sanctuary)
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First released as a 10 song LP in 1988, this was re-released and re-recorded several times; this CD is a 12 song set from 1998. Track List: 1 - No Body Knows 2 - Say A Special Prayer 3 - For Just A Matter Of Time 4 - New Dance 5 - Don't Distress 6 - Lovely Lady 7 - Too Late Gonna Be Your Cry 8 - It's All In The Game 9 - Who Have Eyes 10 - Temperamental Lover 11 - Too Late to Cry 12 - Looking for a Love
First released in 1994, this album was produced by Gregory and June Isaacs. Rhythm and music performed by Mafia & Fluxy. (Very similar to the 'Work Up a Sweat' album.) Track list: 1. Work Up A Sweat 2. Love Me Tonight 3. Talk About Love 4. Lead Me 5. Got To Come Back 6. Come Closer 7. One Off 8. Tell Me Why 9. I Miss You 10. Steal A Little Love 11. Workman Song
For better quality click link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LndT5MKepWY&list=UU5-L9BwMrd7O3ZBdtfZbnjg Gregory Isaacs - Substitute - More Gregory - 1981 - Produced by Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespear & Gregory Isaacs - Backed by Roots Radics - Drums Style Scott - Guitar - Bingy Bunny - Bass Flabba Holt - Keyboards Steele
artist: Gregory Isaacs song: Have I Sinned album: Open The Door release: 2004 (RAS Records/Sanctuary)
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Song: Hush Darling Artist: Gregory Isaacs Year: 1981 LP/CD: More Gregory Composers: Gregory Isaacs
This is from the vinyl released in1986. The then popular song 'Hard Drugs' was added to the album at the last minute - the song isn't even listed on the back of the album, but is listed on the makeshift replacement label. It is song #6 on this video. Track List: 1 - First Aid 2 - Bang Belly (Written by Bunny Wailer) 3 - Just Be Nice 4 - No Body Know 5 - When I Needed A Friend 6 - Hard Drugs 7 - Footsteps 8 - All I Have Is Love, Love, Love 9 - Sad And Lonely Man 10 - You Brought Me 11 - Settle Nuh
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Released in 2004 - - Produced by Mafia & Fluxy* Percussion: Mafia & Fluxy Drums: Fluxy Bass: Mafia Piano/Keyboards: Mafia Recording Engineers: Mafia & Fluxy (most songs) Recorded and Mixed at: Mafia & Fluxy Studio *Dave 'Fluxy' Haywood, and Leroy 'Mafia' Heywood. Track list: 1. Forgive Her 2. Margaret 3. She's Gone 4. Have I Sinned 5. If By Chance 6. False Evidence 7. Never Knew Love 8. Open The Door 9. Promise Me 10. Down The Line 11. Josephine 12. Sametime 13. Sametime Dub 14. Josephine In Dub 15. Dub The Line
Single released from the 1982 Gregory Isaacs album Night Nurse. Also released as a 10" 45 RPM "Discomix" extended version. Go Deh Gregory! Ites! brotherwhitelion (Night Nurse: 0:15, musical composition administered by SACEM, UMPG Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, Warner Chappell, INgrooves )
For better quality click link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p68QcmLMwOI&list=UU5-L9BwMrd7O3ZBdtfZbnjg Gregory Isaacs - Front Door - More Gregory - 1981 - Produced by Gregory Isaacs - Backed by Roots Radics
The first 10 songs were released on vinyl in 1997. The album was reissued as a CD in 2000 with 5 more songs (tracks 11-15). It sounds very much like they were recorded at a different session than the first 10. Track list: 1. Sooner Or Later 2. Girl of My Dream 3. Once I Was Lonely 4. So Much Love 5. Do The Right Thing 6. Miserable Woman 7. Lady Of Your Caliba 8. Resume 9. One Half Affair 10. Started Out As Friends 11. Spend The Night 12. Cutee Cutee 13. War & Poverty 14. What My Baby Is Doing 15. Goodbye
This is from the 1987 original vinyl version. Even though it was later released on CD, it's still one of Isaacs' more obscure records. Track List: 1 - Old Friend Fred 2 - Watchman Of The City 3 - You Give Me The Jerk 4 - For Your Love 5 - Promise Land 6 - This Little Woman Of Mine 7 - Miss You 8 - Let Me Love You Some More
Song: Hush Darling Artist: Gregory Isaacs Year: 1981 LP/CD: More Gregory Composers: Gregory Isaacs
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Interpret: Gregory Isaacs Title: The Fugitive Album: More Gregory (#PRE X9), Side B Year: 1981 Producer : Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare & Gregory Isaacs Backing Band : The Roots Radics Drums : Style Scott Bass : Flabba Holt Guitar : Bingy Bunny Keyboards : Steele Vinyl rip.
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BOB MARLEY, LUCKY DUBE, GREGORY ISAACS, ERIC DONALDSON, EDSON GOMES - 30 GRANDES SUCESSOS FULL ALBUM BOB MARLEY, LUCKY DUBE, GREGORY ISAACS, ERIC DONALDSON, EDSON GOMES - 30 GRANDES SUCESSOS FULL ALBUM BOB MARLEY, LUCKY DUBE, GREGORY ISAACS, ERIC DONALDSON, EDSON GOMES - 30 GRANDES SUCESSOS FULL ALBUM
Great roots produced by The Mighty Two (Errol Thompson & Joe Gibbs. Probably my favourite Gregory Isaacs track.
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So sad to hear of the passing of Gregory "Cool Ruler" Isaacs after a yearlong battle with cancer, aged just 59. Gregory not only possessed one of the most unique and recognized voices in the Reggae genre; he also had a "style" (cool and deadly) which was totally unique to him. The man was a trend setter, always looking crisp in his dapper suits and a fedora hat... I also love that coupled with his "sweet boy" image there lay a "rude boy" underneath. Today is a really sad day for the Reggae world, especially after losing Sugar Minott so recently, but one thing I'm sure of, Gregory's tunes will never fade, and with his young son Kevin sounding so similar, Reggaes most exquisite voice will live on! Rest in Peace, Gregory Isaacs (15 July 1951 - 25 October 2010) Gregory Isaacs,at his peak perfoming at London's Brixton Academy in 84"
From '' House Of The Rising Sun '' Label: RAS Records Inc. -- 0598 Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM Country: France Released: 1992 Tracklist A1 House Of The Rising Sun (Single Video Mix) A2 House Of The Rising Sun (Full Edit Mix) B1 House Of The Rising Sun (Atmospheric Mix) B2 House Of The Rising Sun (Around Midnight Dub Mix) ------------------------ Origin and early versions The oldest known existing recording is by Appalachian artists Clarence Ashley and Gwen Foster and was made in 1933. Ashley said he had learned it from his grandfather, Enoch Ashley. Alger "Texas" Alexander's "The Risin' Sun," recorded in 1928, is sometimes mentioned as the first recording, but is a completely different song. The song might have been lost to obscurity had it not been collected by folklorist Alan Lomax, who, along with his father, was a curator of the Archive of American Folk Song for the Library of Congress. On an expedition with his wife to eastern Kentucky Lomax set up his recording equipment in Middlesborough, Kentucky in the house of a singer and activist called Tilman Cadle. On September 15, 1937 he recorded a performance by Georgia Turner, the 16 year-old daughter of a local miner. He called it "The Risin' Sun Blues." Lomax later recorded a different version sung by Bert Martin and a third sung by Daw Henson, both eastern Kentucky singers. In his 1941 songbook Our Singing Country, Lomax credits the lyrics to Turner, with reference to Martin's version. According to his later writing, the melody bears similarities to the traditional English ballad "Matty Groves." Roy Acuff, who recorded the song on November 3, 1938, may have learned the song from Clarence Ashley, with whom he sometimes performed. In 1941, Woody Guthrie recorded a version. A recording made in 1947 by Josh White, who is also credited with having written new words and music that have subsequently been popularized in the versions made by many other later artists, was released by Mercury Records in 1950. Lead Belly recorded two versions of the song in February 1944 and in October 1948 called "In New Orleans" and "The House of the Rising Sun" respectively, and the latter was recorded in the sessions that later became the album Lead Belly's Last Sessions (1994, Smithsonian Folkways). In 1957 Glenn Yarbrough recorded the song for Elektra Records. The song is also credited to Ronnie Gilbert on one of The Weavers albums with Pete Seeger that was released in the late 1940s or early 1950s. Frankie Laine recorded the song then titled "New Orleans" on his 1959 album Balladeer. Joan Baez recorded it in 1960 on her eponymous debut album, and has included it in her live set list, frequently including the song in her concerts throughout her career. In 1960 Miriam Makeba recorded the song on her eponymous RCA album. In late 1961, Bob Dylan recorded the song for his eponymous debut album, released in March 1962. There is no songwriting credit, but the liner notes indicate that Dylan learned this version of the song from Dave Van Ronk. In an interview on the documentary No Direction Home, Van Ronk said that he was intending to record the song, and that Dylan copied his version. He recorded it soon thereafter on Just Dave Van Ronk. I had learned it sometime in the 1950s, from a recording by Hally Wood, the Texas singer and collector, who had got it from an Alan Lomax field recording by a Kentucky woman named Georgia Turner. I put a different spin on it by altering the chords and using a bass line that descended in half steps—a common enough progression in jazz, but unusual among folksingers. By the early 1960s, the song had become one of my signature pieces, and I could hardly get off the stage without doing it. —Dave Van Ronk Nina Simone recorded her first version on Nina at the Village Gate in 1962. Later versions include the 1965 recording in Colombia by Los Speakers in Spanish called "La casa del sol naciente", which was also the title of their second album. They earned a silver record (for sales of over 15,000 copies). The Chambers Brothers recorded a version on "Feelin' The Blues", released on VAULT records. Much later, English rock band Muse recorded a version for the War Child charity. The Animals Frijid Pink Dolly Parton Toto
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