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Darker Than Blue - Soul From Jamdown 1973-1980



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Darker Than Blue - Soul From Jamdown 1973-1980
(Blood & Fire BAFCD036, 2001) Selected by Steve Barrow & Mark Ainley

Note : **** (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 The Boris Gardiner Happening - Ghetto Funk
02 The Chosen Few - Collie Stuff
03 Carl Bradney - Slipping Into Darkness
04 Ken Boothe - Is It Because I'm Black?
05 Freddie McGregor - Get Involved
06 Al Brown - A'in't No Love In The Heart Of The City
07 In-Crowd - Mango Walk
08 Ken Boothe - Ain't No Sunshine
09 Milton Henry - Gypsy Woman
10 Junior Marvin - Give Me Your Love
11 John Holt - For The Love Of You
12 Alton Ellis - It's A Shame
13 Jimmy London - I'm Your Puppet
14 Delroy Wilson - Get Ready (12"mix)
15 Lloyd Charmers - Darker Than Blue
16 Tinga Stewart - Why Can't We Live Together? (Extended)
17 The Tamlins - Baltimore
18 Welton Irie - Hotter Reggae Music

Liens :
blood and fire records
Blood & Fire - La discographie du label (djouls.com)
bloodandfire.co.uk - Le site officiel du label
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