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Glen Brown

Glen Brown Sings Melodica Talks (ORIGINAL PRESS)

Label:

 Pantomine      

Recorded:

 1988      

Genre:

 Reggae

EB Item#: 1869

     

Catalog: PRLP444

     

Item Weight: 220 grams

Tracks Listing
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1.

Number One Sounds / South Man International


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2.

Mandella Works Must Carry On / Music Station


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3.

President Botha


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4.

Fresh Dance Step


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5.

This World


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6.

Try And Try


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7.

Traffic Jam


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8.

Fastest Of The Fastest (Vocal By Jamaican Johnson)


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9.

Three Blind Mice


Album review for Glen Brown - Glen Brown Sings Melodica Talks

Vocals and instrumentals from around 1988 with one very important exception:"Number One Sounds/South Man International" is a nice soundboy tune by Glen Brown over the original Wayne Jarrett "Youth Man" rhythm (this tune definitely makes the purchase worthwhile!!!).



Musicians for Glen Brown - Glen Brown Sings Melodica Talks

BACKED BY: One Family Band
BASS: Godson, Lloyd Parkes, Errol Francis
DRUMS: Fish Clarke, Try & Try
GUITAR: Bo Peep
KEYBOARDS: Glen Browne, Wire Lindo
PIANO: Gregory Clarke
MELODICA: Glen Browne



Production for Glen Brown - Glen Brown Sings Melodica Talks

PRODUCED BY: Glen Browne, M Miller, M Dwyer


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