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Walk Away - Various - Herbman - The Greatest Reggae Collection Of All Time (CD)

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  1. A three-disc set released by Universal International, Motown Greatest Hits is a wonderful collection that combines the obvious Motown hits with material a little less at the center of the label's patented 's sound. Rick James' "Superfreak" and Billy Preston's "With You I'm Born Again" are just two of the titles mixed in here that give this anthology a more comprehensive feel than the usual.
  2. Fantastic collection of Lovers Rock. I have found it very hard to get past the first 7 tracks on CD 1 and in fact am constantly repeating the J sisters and Elizabeth Archers tracks (tracks 6 & 7). I think these two tunes some up the best lovers, sounding slightly out of tune, wonderful/5(63).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Herbman - The Greatest Reggae Collection Of All Time on Discogs/5(3).
  4. Introducing CD 'Trojan Reggae Chill Out Box Set (3CD)' by Various. [Label] Trojan UK [Price] ¥0 [Genre] Reggae Tracks: 1) Roland Alphonso & Tommy Mccook - Never To Be Mine 2) Lynn Tait & Carl Bryan - Way Of Life 3) Upsetters - Dreamland 4) Harry J All Stars - The Big Three 5) Val Bennett - The Russians Are Coming [aka Take 5] 6) Lloyd Charmers - Sweet Organ 7) Augustus Pablo.
  5. 'Reggae Love Songs' is the ultimate Jamaican 'lovers' collection, featuring 50 hits & well known songs from when Jamaican music was at it's peak - the 70s & 80s. Highlights include #1 singles from Ken Boothe, John Holt, Pat Kelly, Boris Gardiner, Tony Tribe, & June Lodge. 50 tracks/5(65).
  6. "Walk Away" is a song written by Joe Walsh and recorded by American hard rock band The James Gang, being featured as the first single off the group's studio album Thirds (). The song was a moderate success upon release, peaking at No. 51 on the Billboard Hot
  7. The album is a headphone-friendly collection of tracks by Andy Turner, Ed Handley, and Ken Downie (a trio of producers who have taken on various incarnations over the years, including Plaid, Balil and Xeper), most noteworthy for its elaborate beat structures and rhythms.
  8. all the times For all the cries For all the pain I've caused I apologize Lay down my pride Give me one more chance Before you walk away Time goes by Walk Like A Man Tim McGraw.

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