Lloyd Williams / Ernest Ranglin - Is It Because I'm Black / Federated Backdrop download mp3 album
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Lloyd Williams (5). Is It Because I'm Black. Matrix, Runout: Dyna JA REC'C 1622-1.
To confront a rumour that has baffled me over the years, I must ask to confirm, did Rod Stewart really play harmonica on Millie’S ‘My Boy Lollipop’? To be quite honest, from the bottom of my heart, I can’t remember. A guy come in, I’m not sure if he was black or white, played harmonica on the session and that’s all I remember. Firstly as Ernest Ranglin, then as a musician, which is the first concept album you recorded? ‘Ranglin’s Roots’.
still black So we all got to stick together right now This I wanna say to you my sisters and my brothers Right on sister Right on brother. It is I believe, it is because we are black But hey, we can't stop now, we can't stop now We've got to keep on, keep on, keep on, keeping on We've got to keep on keeping on I know and I know and I know that you know that I know it ain't right Oh, it.
Ernest Ranglin: Surfin' by Michael A. Edwards, published on June 22, 2005.
Ernest Ranglin is a grand old man of both jazz and Jamaican music, a creator of "world music" before the category existed, adding his bubbling guitar lines to the earliest ska and reggae recordings.
Ernest Ranglin, Floyd Lloyd Seivright. Classic Music of Black Origin, Vol. 10. сборник. 17.
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- Matrix / Runout: Dyna JA REC'C 1622-1
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