Bobby Bloom - The Best Of Bobby Bloom Including "Montego Bay" download mp3 album
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Robert Bloom (January 15, 1946 – February 28, 1974) was an American singer-songwriter. He is known best for being a one-hit wonder with the 1970 song, "Montego Bay", which was co-written with and produced by Jeff Barry. Bloom was born in Brooklyn, New York City. In the early 1960s, while still in his teens, Bloom had been a member of the doo-wop group, The Imaginations.
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Best Answer: Remembered most for his sweet, bubbly 1970 album Montego Bay, Bobby Bloom also played a role as a songwriter and entrepreneur connected to the Kama Sutra/Buddah group of labels. He did engineering work for a number of artists, including Louis Jordan and Shuggie Otis. He formed a g partnership with Jeff Barry that included working on a late Monkees album. Early solo projects include Love Don't Let Me Down and Count on Me, but his break came with Montego Bay. All of the recordings that followed it employed its successful formula of pop, calypso, and rock
The Bobby Bloom Album. Songs that sampled Bobby Bloom's Montego Bay: Boo Is Booming by Betty Boo (1990).
Montego Bay" is a song co-written and performed by Bobby Bloom about the city in Jamaica of the same name. The song was a Top 10 hit for Bloom in the Fall of 1970 on both sides of the Atlantic. It reached on the UK Singles Chart, on the Canadian RPM 100 Singles Chart, on the Australian Go-Set Singles Chart and on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song was co-written and produced by Jeff Barry
|1||–Bobby Bloom||I Still Remember||2:05|
|2||–Bobby Bloom||Rough And Tough||1:57|
|3||–Bobby Mann||Make The Radio A Little Louder||2:07|
|4||–Bobby Mann||Heart Of Town||2:17|
|5||–Bobby Bloom||Love, Don't Let Me Down||2:10|
|6||–Bobby Bloom||Where Is The Woman||1:50|
|7||–Bobby Bloom||Count On Me||2:36|
|8||–Bobby Bloom||Was I Dreaming||1:55|
|10||–Bobby Bloom||Don't Try To Climb My Tree||3:12|
|11||–Bobby Bloom||Where Are We Going (Buddah Mix)||2:13|
|12||–Bobby Bloom||Cracks In The Sidewalk||2:24|
|13||–Bobby Bloom||It's Love That Really Counts||2:26|
|14||–Bobby Bloom||Baby Baby||2:15|
|16||–Bobby Bloom||Pirates And Western Villains||2:38|
|17||–Bobby Bloom||The Game Can Be So Rough||2:17|
|18||–Bobby Bloom||Where Are We Going (Roulette Mix)||2:20|
|19||–Bobby Bloom||Of Yesterday||1:43|
|20||–Bobby Bloom||All I Wanna Do Is Dance||2:45|
|21||–Bobby Bloom||Taggin' Along||2:22|
|22||–Bobby Bloom||(It's) Emergency||2:20|
|23||–Bobby Bloom||Sign Of The "V"||3:44|
|25||–Bobby Bloom||Montego Bay (Single Version)||2:24|
|26||–Bobby Bloom||Make Me Happy||3:00|
|27||–Bobby Bloom||We're All Goin' Home||3:03|
|28||–Bobby Bloom||We Need Each Other||3:01|
|29||–Bobby Bloom||Until They Say Mercy||2:31|
|30||–Bobby Bloom||Sha La Boom Boom (Single Version)||2:56|
|32||–Bobby Bloom||Pepsi's Got A Lot To Give||1:00|
NotesMost - if not all - of the tracks seem to have been sourced from vinyl. The fact that this release does not include any copyright or license information as well as the cheap layout lead me to believe that it is probably an unofficial release.
Track 32 is a "Pepsi" commercial, mistakenly listed as "You've Got A Lot To Give".
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